There Is Great Power in Stillness

To be quiet and still in a busy world is a blessing

There Is Great Power in Stillness To be quiet and still in a busy world is a blessing
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I’m not a fussy person and find fussy people to be irritating. I was educated by nuns who considered fidgeting and whispering to be mortal offenses. As a child, I chaffed against what I believed were unnecessary and mean restrictions on my freedom. Lately, however, I have found comfort when I allow for pockets of quiet…

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