102. Bring peace unto your life

Proverbs 13:4

The soul of the sluggard desireth, and hath nothing: but the soul of the diligent shall be made fat.

We all deep down inside our souls seek peace. How do you get more peacefulness? You stay diligent. The very definition of diligence is: careful and persistent work or effort. This means that each and every day we should do the following: Learn something new, do something to make your life better, and rest and reflect. Sounds like the three things that Nicole Sauce proposed everyone to do every day so that you get the important stuff done every day.

By learning something new every day you free yourself from having to wait to have something done for you. We are very lucky to live in a world where we can google how to do something hit enter and there are many different web pages on the very subject. Also, by learning something new we can teach others. You get to pass on a little of your conscious to someone else. It is reproduction in a sense.

By doing something to make your life better you well get to make your life better ha ha. You should work smart and not hard. By growing your own vegetable garden, you get to walk outside and do your grocery shopping without leaving your home. By planting your own herb garden, you get to add more taste to your food. You should also do things to prepare for disasters that can happen in your life. Storing food, having electrical back systems, and having the ability to always provide clean water for your self will make your life better when bad things do happen.

By doing the first two things your soul will be satisfied. You will be able to relax at night when you take your 8 hours of rest. If you only think and talk about it then if will surface when you lie down at the close of the day and try to sleep. Don’t waste this precious commodity of time get it done so you can relax and reflect and sleep.

“The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just on the body, but the soul. – Alfred Austin

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