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Times of peace and a time for war, may your peace last a 1000 years, and more.
Peace please, the man demanded. Don' t you want to know the price first the seller replied, as he looked upon the wretched human being in front of him? No, the stranger responded, just give me peace. Sorry sir, but you can't afford it. Peace is not a common commodity, but a treasure, a dainty dish reserved only for our exceptional clientele. It's an all-inclusive package, wrapped for those special moments in time. Yes sir, I know, I have been begging for peace for years, and what you tell me is true, but today it is going to change. You see, I have been told by that Gentleman at the door, to come in here and to ask for his peace. He said not to worry about the price, for it is free and already paid for. So please sir, give me his peace and put it on his account. My friend is chatting to him at the door, and is next in line. From now on we will be clientele of this kingdom, and no more bitter bombs or angry spells. And thanks to the Prince of Peace, we now have his joy also, included in this everlasting life.
War and Peace presents over 500 quotes on the beauty of world peace, inner peace, and peace with God in the midst of the ashes of war, burned bridges, and broken promises. Like a seesaw, war and peace harmoniously play together and requires just a gentle push to ensure that everyone stays happy at each end. Equally, the wind blows as a peaceful breeze or as a warlike blizzard, depending on its force. But to fight unseen forces with handmade weapons and philosophies, offers little to no hope for lovers of peace. These imbalances caused by human error and the curse of the forbidden tree, cannot be altered by science, medicine, or laws. Neither does castings spells produce good, nor does burned candles have a ripple effect on turbulent waters. Why is it then that peaceful protest so often turns into civil disruptions? Mainly, because the battles are spiritual, and of the evilness of one's own heart. But the actions of a king also contributes to the peace or wars of a nation, for God weighs his deeds whether it be good or evil in his sight. Therefore, like marching for a good cause, it is equally important for a man to humble himself, on his knees before his Creator, and to pray and ask for wisdom, justice, and forgiveness. Only then can the wounds of war begin to heal, and peace with God and neighbor return.
France bears the heart of Europe, with Paris as its international hub for business people, tourist, and lovers alike. But sadly her beauty and glamour have been buried under a strain of ill-discipline and fostered rebels, yet she remains elegant and charming. Numerous times in Paris have I witnessed her resistance against a rowdy crowd. Their gentle resistance and patience of her strong Police force in the line of duty, under constant public and media fire, are exceptional. Especially, when the use of force in self-defense would have been perfectly acceptable. Thus am I troubled by the violence against those who serve and protect, not only by the hands of violent men, but also from the public, protesters, and some in office. And more disturbingly, by the disobedient sons out for sport provoking the law, showing no admiration, respect, or fear for the king's wrath, or for his mighty men. And so, "The battle for human dignity, for equality, for respect and tolerance - these battles lives on even long after the heroes waged them." Francois Hollande
The kingdom of France is predestined by God to defend the Church of Christ our Lord. This kingdom will be great among all the kingdoms of the earth. In as much as it is loyal to its calling, it will be victorious. If it proves unfaithful in this, it will be punished harshly. Nonetheless, it will remain until the end of time. St. Remi at King Clovis’ baptism in 498