To the mind that is still, the whole universe surrenders.
These are the words of Lao Tsu, the venerable Chinese philosopher who lived in the fifth century, BCE. and is the author of the Tao Te Ching. His wisdom has resonated through the ages and carries much commonality with other spiritual and religious paths.
Of all the topics I have covered, one has drawn the most readers and attention. It is the easiest of all. It is based on the above quote. This is it.
Be still and know
that I am God.
Silencing the mind. Being still. Resting in the quiet. Isn’t it an irony that this, the stillness, is the way to find peace and Truth? Especially as we live in a world ever more addicted to activity, noise, and interaction? We have filled our lives with chaos, with traffic and cellphones, with texting and talking, with…
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