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Peace Pilgrim walked 25,000 miles for
peace from 1953 until 1981
Peace Pilgrim Quotes:
"If you recognise that all of your inner hurts are caused by your own wrong actions or your own wrong reactions or your own wrong inaction, then you will stop hurting yourself"
"Live to give instead of to get what you can"
“You're in a much better position to talk with people when they approach you than when you approach them.”
"From all the things you read and from all the people you meet, take what is good - what your 'Inner Teacher' tells you is for you - and leave the rest. For guidance and for truth, it is much better to look to the Source through your own 'Inner Teacher' than to look to people or books. Books and people can merely inspire you. Unless they awaken something within you, nothing worthwhile has been accomplished."
“If you’re harbouring the slightest bitterness toward anyone, or any unkind thoughts of any sort whatever, you must get rid of them quickly. They aren’t hurting anyone but you. It isn’t enough just to do right things and say right things, you must also think right things before your life can come into harmony”
“Seldom do you worry about the present moment; it’s usually all right. If you worry, you agonize over the past which you should have forgotten long ago, or you’re apprehensive over the future which hasn’t even come yet. We tend to skim right over the present time. Since this is the only moment that one can live, if you don’t live it you never really get around to living at all. If you do live this present moment, you tend not to worry.”
"There is a criterion by which you can judge whether the thoughts you are thinking and the things you are doing are right for you. The criterion is: Have they brought you inner peace? If they have not, there is something wrong with them - so keep seeking! If what you do has brought you inner peace, stay with what you believe is right.”
"Peace Pilgrim - Her Life and Work in Her Own Words"
"Steps Towards Inner Peace" by Peace Pilgrim