“Every major religion teaches that good things arise from stillness.
In Christianity, this state is called ‘Christ consciousness.’
In Islam, this state is referred to as taqwa, or “God consciousness.”
The yogis call it living in samadhi.
In Buddhism, it’s known as “nirvana.”
The Jews call it contemplation that can lead to dveikus,
or “clinging to God.”
All the great prophets taught that
you will find a sense of peace and purpose in stillness.”
Russell Simmons, from Success Through Stillness: Meditation Made Simple
I am love.
In love, I have all that I need
before I ask,
Before I seek,
Before I knock,
the door is already open.
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