I feel awfully at peace today.
It just popped out of nowhere, really.
How does one get to a place of peace?
For me, it can come through a few ways, but today it came from feeling aligned with life.
It feels like the place I am in and what I see in front of me is actually in line with where my heart is.
I know it’s right for me.
Is it perfect? No.
Is it peaceful? Yes.
I don’t want life to be perfect. I want life to be peaceful.
If life were perfect, we would all take it for granted and not understand the greatness of the road we take to get to a place of peace.
The best thing I have done for me to get to this current place of peace is communicating with myself.
I’ve continued to ask myself questions, analyze where I am, what I am searching for, etc.
I am asking myself and telling myself the right things.
I am seeking a vision.
I have an outline.
I have a place.
I have a piece and I am at peace.
It’s honestly an exciting feeling.
I’ve been at peace before, but never have I been so supportive of myself.
I am at the point where my communication, my understanding, and my love of myself is where I feel comfortable with all of life.
Will I still make mistakes?
Will I go through times of hurt and struggle with myself?
Will I find confusion and miscommunication in the future?
However, it’s about my confidence in the tools that I have in my personal arsenal.
A year or so ago, I felt that the only tool I had in my arsenal was self-destruction.
Now, I look at my tool belt and see so many things that I use to help myself move forward and grow.
Where did all of those tools come from?
- Willingness to learn.
- Acceptance of failure.
- Analyzation and Reflection.
- Reading and Writing.
There are probably so many more tools, but the big thing is that I know how to use each of them.
I’ve done that by communicating over and over with myself on what I should do with each tool as I maneuver through life.
Communication is key.
Although I can’t say communication is certainly the key to peace, it has helped me get to this place of peace where I am at this moment.
I hope we all can find peace and communicate the right messages to ourselves today and forever.