Want More Peace?

"Peace is possible,
but it has to come from within. " 
~ Cynthia Legette Davis



"I am leaving you with a gift:
peace of mind and heart!"
~ John 14:27



Articles Archive


Break Free of Fear for Love

Is fear holding you back from what you love? Sometimes, it certainly feels that way, doesn't it—like a giant force literally gripping you and causing you to stay stuck. If your heart is yearning to be free and express the love in it, it's just a matter of time before fear gets kicked to the curb--but not without some inner work first.

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Love With No Limits

Most of us long for relationships in which we are loved and accepted just the way we are. Our hearts' desire is to give and receive love in relationships that make us feel that even if others disagree with what we do or say, they still love us. They accept us. They appreciate our contributions to the world.

While it would be wonderful to have these types of relationships with all people, we know that's hard to do. We can, however, have them with some others, but only when we first have them with ourselves—yet this is often the hardest relationship of all.

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Beat Tough Times With Peace

These days especially, it’s easy to get stressed out over our circumstances such as work we can’t find, gas and other necessities we can no longer afford, bills we can’t pay, a job we’re afraid we may lose or worse. But getting stressed out never helps. In fact, it usually hurts. Ironically the best response to stressful circumstances is peace.

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10 Ways to Celebrate Your Small Victories

Big victories are easy to recognize as a cause to celebrate. It’s the small stuff that’s often overlooked because you may be thinking, “Ah shucks, it was nothing.” But even a small victory is still a victory. It’s a breakthrough for you that should also be celebrated. Nothing complicated. Here are 10 ways you can keep it simple.

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Love Is the Dream Come True

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream that is coming to pass, not in the world at large--yet, but in smaller, more intimate ways--in our individual lives. Dr. King dreamed that we would learn to see and love each other beyond the color of our skin and form relationships based on the content of our character. We each have the power to do that, and in our day-to-day lives, many of us are using it.

More and more, we're discovering that we may not be able to change the world, but we can change how we are in the world--with each other.

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The Evolution of My Peace

(How my quest for racial harmony led to personal conviction, inner-healing and ultimately to peace.)

It was 1991, and I was tired—tired of race being such a factor in our lives. For as long as I could remember, I had looked around me and wondered why people of different races could not get along and yearned for the day in which we would.

I was angry—angry because it seemed as though the more things changed, the more they stayed the same. In fact, race relations were getting worse instead of better. I wanted so much to make a positive difference, but felt so powerless to change anything.

Then, an answer came from what I know now was the voice of God. It said: “Peace, be still.” It told me that if I wanted to help bring about racial harmony in this world, I had to first be at peace within myself. 

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10 Internal Pathways to Personal Peace

If you want peace in your life, you can have it, but you have to go inside to get it. Inside is where your real power is because it’s where you connect with your greater Self.  Inside is where you make the choices. Inside is where making a difference begins. As you continue on your journey to personal peace, here are some pathways to help steer you along your way.

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