Your Peace Affects Your Pace
Whatever attacks your PEACE is a threat to your PACE. You need your mind to be at peace to a very reasonable extent if you must achieve those goals you’ve set out for yourself. When your peace is disturbed, two things will most likely happen, your pace is either slowed down or it gets pressured […]

Whatever attacks your PEACE is a threat to your PACE. You need your mind to be at peace to a very reasonable extent if you must achieve those goals you’ve set out for yourself.

When your peace is disturbed, two things will most likely happen, your pace is either slowed down or it gets pressured up.

If it is slowed down, it means you might find yourself crawling for a goal that needs you to be walking. This type of attack comes mostly in forms of WORRY and HURT. You can’t just think straight, you’re too disturbed mentally to be your real self. What you should get done in an hour, you spend the whole day on it and still achieve lesser result.

But what if it disturbs my peace and makes me pace up, isn’t that good you might ask? Well, this also is dangerous to your goals. When you move faster than you should ordinarily, you might have an accident, fall into a pit, move in the wrong direction when two paths are before you because you will have lesser time to make your decisions.

Put yourself in a scenario where a lion suddenly shows up in your front while you’re taking a walk and it’s heading in your direction. What do you do? Of course, you RUN 😊. Though it has increased your pace, but can anything be achieved at that pace? You fly a fence if need be and only for you to land in a deep pit at the other side before you know it.

PRESSURE from family, friends and society most times attack our peace this way. If that pace will land you in an accident, deal with it else you might crash before ever reaching your destination.

Your PEACE is of great importance if you must fulfill your purpose, never allow anyone or anything attack it.

Stay Blessed.
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