You are happy because you don't need a lot to be content. You experience happiness in the best and worst of times.
You see the divine in everything. You believe that every moment, person, and creature is unique and special.

You are an oasis of calm in this chaotic world. You never lose your head.
You can feel totally elated and exuberant from the smallest pleasures. You don't hold back when it comes to ecstasy.
wisiwig wisiwig
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1 Response Jul 12, 2010

Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" Matthew 22:34-40 <br />
Orlando Lujan Martinez IWA<br />
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"Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" Matthew 22:34-40 is the first requirements in the search for heart, soul and inner peace. Inner peace is another word for well-being and self-esteem i.e. the state of being comfortable, healthy, peaceful and happy.<br />
Inner peace is accomplished through the everyday practice of trustworthiness, compassion, patience, thoughtfulness, forgiveness, wisdom or common sense, love and kindness. When these principals and values are put into action, through our service to God and the world community they become Inner peace and God. Gathered together they create the spirit and soul that is God, that can redeem us. Inner peace is given to us as a recognition of our service to God, Jesus and <br />
the community. <br />
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Pope John Paul 2 went to prison to forgive the Turkish gunman, Mehmet Ali Ağca, who tried to assasinate him in 1981. A television news film showed that Ağca was so impress by the Inner peace radiating from the Pope that he humbly approached the Pope, the man he tried to kill, with respect. <br />
The Pope said as he held the gun mans hand, "How can we stand before God if we cannot forgive eachother."