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The way to silence religious disputes is to take no notice of them - Thomas Jefferson
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"The way to silence religious disputes is to take no notice of them"

- Thomas Jefferson

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This quote by Thomas Jefferson recommends that the best method to avoid spiritual disputes is to simply overlook them. He implies that by not taking part in religious disputes, we can prevent the dispute and animosity that frequently emerges from such discussions. Jefferson's guidance is to not get associated with spiritual disputes, as they can rapidly become heated and result in more disagreements. He suggests that by not taking notice of religious disputes, we can prevent the capacity for dispute and keep peace. This quote is a pointer that it is frequently better to stay silent than to take part in a religious argument that might result in more discord. Jefferson's advice is a tip that it is typically much better to stay silent than to participate in a religious debate that could lead to further discord. By taking no notice of religious disputes, we can prevent the capacity for conflict and preserve peace.

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Thomas Jefferson This quote is written / told by Thomas Jefferson between April 13, 1743 and July 4, 1826. He was a famous President from USA. The author also have 143 other quotes.

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