What is Serenity?


What is Serenity?

By David Joel Miller.

Serenity

Serenity: Photo courtesy of Flickr, Cassandra Kinaviaq Rae

How would you know serenity if you found it?

Serenity: Clearness, calmness, quietness, stillness, peace.

From The Century Dictionary, 1890-91

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