My First “Tuesday Trickles” Challenge – Inner Peace

I just found a wonderful blog, that presents a “Tuesday Trickles” Challenge.  Every Tuesday, Jacqueline Oby-Ikochacan opens her blog up to other writers to “share your very short snippets of positive, inspiring, motivating, health, spiritual, writing advice, clips, posts etc.”  I love this idea!

Today is my first “Tuesday Trickles” Challenge.

I woke up this morning reading an article from Deepak Chopra entitled “4 Ways to Create and Maintain Inner Peace.”  All of the 4 lessons deeply spoke to me, but the last lesson particularly inspired me today.  Deepak teaches that we should expand our experience of peace every day.  We need to stop wasting valuable energy on anger, resentment, insecurity and “baggage” created by our own ego.  Instead, use that energy for love, inner growth, creativity, and so forth.

While these words and ideas may not be my own, I am going to apply them today and hopefully going forward, every day.

I will go out into the world and fully embrace my inner self, my inner peace.  I truly do NOT have the energy for anger or negativity.  My inner peace will shine and by sending out that positive energy, it will be felt by others.  Not only will I benefit from this, but others will as well.


Thank you, Jacqueline, for this Challenge.  I hope to participate in many more.

10 thoughts on “My First “Tuesday Trickles” Challenge – Inner Peace

    1. Thank you so much, Dehan. I briefly looked at your Blog and it’s great. I’m now following you and looking forward to reading more inspirational and motivational pieces. xoxoxo

  1. You’re welcome to join Jackie and friends. She doesn’t know I call her community that yet, but it’s never a dull moment at her end.

    This is a very inspiring piece. We need to take moments to expand our peace rather than wasting energy on negative vibes. Well done!

    1. Thank you so much for reading my post and for your wonderful comments. I briefly looked at your Blog and have really enjoyed reading your “Words of Wisdom.” Looking forward to following you and your inspirational work. xoxoxo

      1. It is not always inspirational or motivation, there is the poetry segment and fiction but it’s all good. I welcome you with open arms.

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