lilacsandladybugs Posted September 7, 2013 Report Share Posted September 7, 2013 Peace is an item so rare to those grieving. We live with anguish, tears, worries, loneliness, fear, and sometimes anger. It becomes so hard to find peace. When I was two as opposed to one as I am now. I had so many peaceful times. Walking on a beach with her hand in mine, or having coffee in the mornings sitting in the Jacuzzi, were ways we could shed the stress of daily life and work. The hard part is finding that alone. Peace is an elusive thing. You have to work at it. For me, it keeps running just ahead while I try to catch up dodging all those other emotions. Grief is hard. When I become to tired, I collapse and see peace running on ahead till it disappears from sight. Today I woke to a light rain falling. I woke to find the daylight coming through my window. I seldom wake that late. I made my coffee and sat outside and enjoyed a moment of true peace. It slowed down just long enough for me to catch it. How long that has been. I post this because I needed to share it. For however long this peace lasts, I am so glad it came. I have read about meditation here but alas I am a slow learner. Those with tools to share, please feel free to offer them. May peaceful moments find their way into all of our lives. Stephen Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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