First keep yourself in peace and then you will be able to bring others to peace. The peaceable man does more good than one who is very learned.
The lover flies, runs and rejoices; he is free and nothing can restrain him. He gives all for all and has all in all.
Happy are those who mourn; God will comfort them.
He who is too sure in time of peace, will often show himself to be downcast or fearful in time of war.
Turn a deaf ear to the things that disturb your peace of mind.
You are my hope and my refuge in the day of my trouble.
He who is in perfect peace suspects no man. But he who is discontented and disturbed is agitated by various suspicions; he neither has rest himself, nor does he permit others to rest.
Grant me, O God, strength and courage to restrain the desires of my heart, that I may be free to possess you, Amen.
Place your hope of peace not in men but in God alone.
Love feels no burden, values no labours, would like to do more than it can do, without excusing itself with impossibility, because it believes that it may and can do all things.
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