Recent studies, recent customers and my own perplexities have me thinking a great deal about peace of mind.
People like Steve, a recent customer who has worked hard at his career – a military career – are making it possible for us all to enjoy the pleasures of life with a freedom that many people in the world cannot experience. We feel blessed, and we should.
The career path, you and I are on, challenges each of us through hard work; involving sacrifice, strife, hardship, suffering and a multitude of disruptions. Distractions that keep us from finding a true peace of mind. We work to provide for family, for self and for community. We look for peace of mind in compensation, accumulated indicators that we are on the “right path” and we measure ourselves by what usually amounts to a “peer-group measuring stick.”