We Don’t Really Want “Peace of Mind.” We Just Think We Do.

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We often say we want “peace of mind.”

But peace is not found in the mind.

You can’t “think” your way into peace, no matter how hard you try.

You can tell yourself to just be peaceful, and chances are, it won’t work.

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Allison Burney

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Freelance writer & proofreader. My mission: keep exploring, learning & enjoying this adventure we call life. Inspiring you to do the same. allisonburney.com

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