All That We Need Is Within!
Quote of the Day:
“Within you there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time.” Hermann Hesse
Meaning of the Quote:
There is an internal place of quiet within each of us. It is our home; it is where we can go to discover ourselves and find spiritual fulfillment.
Discussion of the Quote:
When we become overwhelmed, disappointed, frustrated, discouraged or afraid, we can turn inwards to our place of stillness that dwells within each of us. It is where we can always return to our own foundations and instincts. However, we have to be quiet and listen to ourselves and we might be surprised that we might find more answers to our questions than we expect.
More importantly, when we turn inwards, we become intimate with ourselves and this allows us to see into ourselves and by doing so it can be a process of self-discovery. No one knows ourselves better than ourselves; we just have to take the time to discover who we really are and that means turning inwards and listening to ourselves. Additionally, besides turning into our stillness, it is also an internal sanctuary to which we can retreat at any time where we can connect with our spirit and begin a process of spiritual fulfillment.
Indeed, all that we need is within us! We just have to find the time to turn inward and dwell in our stillness, ask the silent questions and listen for the silent answers then act accordingly. Remember, that no one can see into ourselves but ourselves and we should never be afraid to dwell in our stillness.
Additionally, our stillness is our home, it is our sanctuary. It is where we should go instead of turning outwards looking for the answers to our internal questions. The external fixes may help somewhat but never completely. However, it is our privilege and our duty to always turn inwards because all of our discoveries lie within. So turn into your stillness and find your answers as well as your spiritual fulfillment.
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