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Working for Peace? Or Settling for Quiet?

St Augustine once said, “Peace is the tranquility that results from right order.”  Are you living for peace, or settling for quiet?

When I ask my clients what they want from their lives they often say, “I just want some peace.” But what they really mean is that they want quiet.  What’s the difference?

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Working for Peace? Or Settling for Quiet?

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  1. I so agree with this. It takes a while to realize the difference between running from something and reaching a deeper peace. I described my own understanding of this as the ‘Sparkling Stillness’, that comes from allowing the richness of all phases of life in my post:

    Warm Regards,


  2. Thank you Dr. Stanley for the Retrieve A Lover Spell you cast for me And I’d like to thank you for it. My ex and I have been back together for a month now. And it’s been even better than before. I think this time it’s forever. We’ve been talking of moving in together, and maybe getting married in the future. Things between us are great. I thank you for helping to bring him back to me. After our time apart, we’ve learned to appreciate each other more, and not take anything for granted. Thank you. after trying and falling through other spell casters and witch doctors i had lost hope , but i thank God for giving me the ability to find you to solve my problems i now can’t imagine that my business is doing better than i thought and i will always live to praise you…. Chloe, south Africa


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