Wisdom from Azziza Salem

Inner Peace = World Peace.

Think about it. If we all just focused on achieving inner peace, wouldn’t world peace be a byproduct? Inner peace can be found by following your passion. Your passion is built-in and it is your job to excavate it. You have a purpose that no one else can fulfill. Your purpose can be found by following your passion. It is a burning desire to do that which brings you bliss.

Follow your passion with unshakable relentless persistence. Don’t let temporary setbacks make you feel like a failure. Each setback is a lesson and a stepping stone on the pathway to your dreams. Each stepping stone will bring you closer to your purpose.

Maintain your focus on what you want and take the next step. Don’t ignore your passion; it will keep nagging at you and you won’t be fulfilled until you fully cultivate it. Don’t worry about what other people are doing because you are meant to do that which brings you bliss.

Don’t waste your energy on other people’s success and failure. Your success doesn’t depend on their failure. While you can’t ignore your passion, at the same time, you can’t ignore your pain….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Azziza is the creator of Bellydi Fitness.

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28 comments

sandra g.
sandra g4 years ago

Thanks for each of us there's what's usefull for the next step.

Victoria S.
Victoria S4 years ago

I always follow my passion and a lot of my family don't understant it, but I know I'm on the right path

Jayne Braby Bethard

Thanks for the guidance.

Marianne B.
MARIA B4 years ago

follow your passion...attain your passion...so, if one does not attain their passion is a failure? anyone ever hear the expression "bloom where you are planted"??

Julie D.
Julie D4 years ago

There used to be a bumper sticker many years ago that said "Peace on Earth Begins Within". Wouldn't it be a much nicer world if everyone lived by the tenants of " Ahimsa", or "to do no harm"?

Jackie D.
Jackie D4 years ago

The reality is that no amount of meditation will stop corporations destroying the planet in their endless search for profit.

Armand B.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thank you. I agree with Charlotte A.

Therese Kutscheid

For shame we are not as evolved yet that every one of us has inner guidance and wisdom to follow their passion, but I strongly believe if that would be the case and everyone would be happy and content in their life - the world peace would be by product.

Carol Carter
Carol Carter4 years ago

That really makes a lot of sense. It also automatically eliminates a lot of the resistance that erupts for many persons who're encouraged to love self first, or take care of self first. Who really would argue against attaining inner peace?

Michael Kirkby
Michael K4 years ago

Which is why I always try to evaluate people on what they do and not how they appear.