October 17


The Art of Slow Living: How to Reclaim Your Peace and Joy

By Peter Julian

In the hustle and bustle of today’s society, we tend to lose touch with our emotions. The happiest moments in life are always in the slowest moments, so it may be best for us to slow down a little bit to experience what the world has to offer. Happiness cannot be sought after in the distractions from life, but in the heart, so practice mindful meditation, re-evaluate your priorities, and realize that the busyness of life does not equate to success.

Key Takeaways:

  • By slowing down life, people can truly connect with others and with their own emotions.
  • People tend to measure importance by how busy they are, but that’s not necessarily true.
  • Daily meditation and silence can help people prioritize their life and focus on the aspects that are most important.

“My happiest childhood memories are the times when we packed up our suitcases and hit the road (or the sky or the sea).”

Read more: https://tinybuddha.com/blog/the-art-of-slow-living-how-to-reclaim-your-peace-and-joy/

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