Enjoying Peace of Life

Simple moments with loved ones are the most important. In the following article we show you how to build lasting bonds with the Holy Spirit.


"Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made." John 1:3

The peace we long for in life comes from the purity of our heart.

A path of balance will help us to desire peace for others, and it is for this reason that Heavenly Father desires that we can unite our thoughts and emotions in a path of enlightenment and blessings.

As the Lord indicates in the Bible and taught us by example, we will be able to repair those negative thoughts, eradicating the doubts and pain of our inner being at the time of entrusting us in his path of faith and hope.

For that we will be very connected with the forgiveness of those people we offended, as well as forgiving our brothers and sisters who once took us away from the path of love and respect.

This will give us a unique and unrepeatable opportunity of spiritual evolution to reach spiritual peace.


"The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace." Numbers 6:24-26

Many times imbalance and peace disappear when anger ensues.

Thus, we need to understand that this type of emotion arises when something comes into our life and somehow does not work out as we thought it would or does not appear as we had planned. It can manifest itself in the face of a provocation, or in the face of an unforeseen scenario or a mistake. It may appear as an impulsive reaction, which we find it difficult to control.

In this type of cases it is always fundamental to turn to the Lord who always shows us with his examples the best in his path of light.

Always try to remain calm: to treat with respect and love our neighbor and all the people around us is the fundamental basis. Asking for forgiveness is often the next way to reconnect with the Holy Spirit.

With this premise and this base, every time we face this kind of situations or scenarios that trigger these negative feelings, let us remember these words as an alarm that keeps us really connected with our inner self and with God.


"Who has gone up to heaven and come down? Whose hands have gathered up the wind? Who has wrapped up the waters in a cloak? Who has established all the ends of the earth? What is his name, and what is the name of his son? Surely you know!" Proverbs 30:4

If we also manage to strengthen peace among our loved ones, our relatives who have guided us for a long time and those friends of life that we meet to have them as brothers and sisters in Faith.

All of them will help us to meet again and to experience a unique moment with the Heavenly Father.

If we trust in the Lord and in Jesus, we will rely on the Faith and the Glory of the Father to be able to open our hearts to these good people. 

If we keep thinking about our personal and individual well being we will never be able to open our hearts to the graces of the Lord. We must be able to balance ourselves in order to heal those wounds of the past that do not allow us to deepen our celestial bond.


"Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom." Isaiah 40:28

If we have come this far and want to feel at peace and in a balanced way with our spiritual knowledge, we must then begin to live in an open and sincere way with the Lord.

The blessings of peace and love flow into our daily thoughts and decisions if we manage to routinely incorporate the Bible, prayer and the Glory of Heavenly Father.

If so, we will try to stay ever closer to God's plan, nourishing our inner being with hope and love, reaching out to people in need and lovingly building a bond of solidarity.

God longs for each son and daughter to follow his example of eternal life, receiving the necessary peace of his kingdom to move forward, developing ourselves thanks to his example.


Previous articles

Preparing to Receive Love

Recovering from What We Have Lived

Incorporating Appropriate Motives

Amending the Detours Along the Way

Leaving To a New Destination