·Imagine living without anger.
·Imagine living in harmony with everything around you.
·Imagine living without the fear of loving and not being loved.
·Imagine living your life without being afraid to take a risk and really live life to the fullest.
·Imagine that you love yourself just as you are.
Excerpt from Secret number 1 Humility:
“The problem with pursuing any spiritual path is that as we progress, our own bad behavior and that of others, becomes more apparent. We have a tendency to overlook our shortcomings and judge others more harshly. The moment you make any judgment about someone else you are separating yourself from God.”
Excerpt from Secret number 2 Silence:
“Worthless words. How many relationships have beet shattered, self-esteems obliterated, hopes crushed and dreams denied, by careless words from someone’s thoughtless mind. When was the last time you choose silence over speaking? When was the last time you choose to retreat into the shadows and say nothing?”
Excerpt from Secret number 5 Time:
“How many times do we let time disturb our peace? Late for meetings at work, even social events like going to the movies. Stuck in traffic, kids making you late, running out of time to meet that perfect someone and start a family. The possibilities are endless. In this chapter I would like to introduce you to a concept that will relieve your stress about time…”
Excerpt from Secret number 7 Stillness
“Stillness, the very word itself seems to calm us. Say it out loud right now as you exhale and relax. Remaining still is a lost art. I believe that half of the world’s troubles come from people’s inability to sit alone, still, in the presence of God.”
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Bible bashing much?
Was expecting a good read about finding inner peace but it was extremely uhhh, "Praise thy mighty god" because rah rah rah..
I'm no agnostic but seriously?
The 7 Secrets To Inner Peace
This book could be a humble approach to an incredible difference in so many .... But instead it dictates religion and quotes more bible approaches to inner peace than expected.
Although I am a 'regular' Catholic, I found this book to be a bit more 'preachy' than I desired.
An excellent reminder of priorities
This is a great book for anyone who wants to remember the important things in life and get closer to their spirituality