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No matter what assails us here on earth, it is temporary. Peace is everlasting. This is a beautiful reminder to us about where peace comes from.
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So often when I witness suffering and tragedy, I find myself saddened by my helplessness. What can I do in the face of such pain and loss? Only something very small. It may never reach those in need directly, but it could reach someone else in need--someone in my own community. It could be the difference between a sense of belonging and a sense of isolation.
This beautiful quote echoes the prayer of St. Francis: Lord, make me an instrument of your peace. Peace will only reign if we can learn to love. Love destroys pursuit of self, pursuit of power, pursuit of wealth, and so many other desires that can so easily be foundations of violence and conflict.
Sometimes we may feel like we will never see peace in the world. Here are three reasons why May failed to steer the country out of the Brexit saga. When she took over from Cameron in , the Conservative Party enjoyed a thin majority — a majority, nevertheless — in Parliament. Initially, her calculation was not totally off the mark. However, May proved to be an ineffective campaigner, with voters finding her inaccessible as she hardly conducted public interactions. The results proved disastrous for her. From then on, it was always an uphill battle for May to get any legislation passed without the support of her alliance partner and the backbencher MPs.
The May government was initially blamed for not providing clarity to the political class and the public as to what was being agreed upon during the negotiations with the EU. When it was revealed on November 14, , that the Withdrawal Agreement has been accepted by the EU and the Britain and details of the deal emerged - leaders from both sides of the debate found issues with the agreement document. Many claimed that the deal undermined the sovereignty of the UK by the EU. The deal was despised by leaders from all corners of House of Commons, with the result that when it was put to vote for the first time in January this year, the deal was rejected with an overwhelming majority of