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The quiet life

The Very Rev Albert Bogle explains the importance of silence and reflection in creating harmony.

Perhaps we need to think more about the importance of space and silence in our spiritual lives and in our daily communications.

TO describe someone as leading a ‘Quiet Life’ is often construed as inferring they are perhaps a little dull, lacking in personality and ambition. Our busy fast moving, in your face 21st century media-promoted lifestyles have created an expectation, certainly among many young people, that to be exciting and interesting, you require to be busy and enthusiastic always posting your good side on social media. It’s of course too easy to attribute this noisy fast-moving search for meaning and purpose in the fast lane, to the 21st century alone.

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