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peace of mind

A calm, untroubled emotional state. Having money in my savings account just gives me peace of mind.
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peace of mind

Fig. a tranquility that results from not having worries, guilt, or problems. If peace of mind is more important to you than earning a lot of money, maybe you should consider teaching.
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peace of ˈmind

freedom from worry, anxiety, guilt, etc: He seemed to find peace of mind in the last few weeks of his life.
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peace of mind

Freedom from worry, a sense of calm. Although the idea of mental peace is much older, this expression dates from the first half of the eighteenth century. Alexander Pope, possibly its originator, used it in a letter of 1737: “He stuck to poverty with peace of mind.”
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So there seems to be something unique about peace of mind and anxiety," added Sikka.
The company then determined that despite the considerable commitment in terms of time and cost, its clients deserved the peace of mind that only third-party certification could bring, as opposed to "self-certification," which some lenders will accept in their due diligence.
The 'Pack Peace of Mind' campaign seeks to spread awareness and understanding of ATOL certification among holidaymakers as they book their trips abroad.
You should always make sure Y the travel company you book with is ATOL protected and David Moesli, the Civil Aviation Association's deputy director of consumer protection, says: "In the last three years the number of ATOL protected bookings has increased year-on-year - meaning more holidaymakers are now financially protected and our Pack Peace of Mind campaign has played an important role in this."
By offering AAA assistance package, we want to ensure that all our clients who admire Geely can have extra peace of mind and stay at ease on the road with the confidence that in case of any emergency, a friend is there just a telephone call away."
LifeLock's threat detection, proactive identity alerts, and comprehensive remediation services help provide peace of mind for consumers amid the growing threat of identity theft.
He will say defence "provides the security and the peace of mind that underpins almost every single other area of this debate".
With so many people searching for that "magic" pill the concept that working with an independent agent or broker can give you "peace of mind" sounds like a real deal.
"I appeal to the Chairman Wapda to transfer me back to Peshawar base so that I can perform my duty with a peace of mind", the beaming engineer said here on Monday .
Ninety-three percent of the mothers in question said that they gave their children cell phones for their own peace of mind. "Each year the age at which parents equip their child with a mobile device goes down," said Nirit BenKish, director of marketing for Pelephone.
Aldi's range of 100% Scottish fresh meat is available every day and is all farmed to Red Tractor's rigorous production standards - that means every cut is fully traceable back to independently inspected farms in the UK, giving you peace of mind.
You live in the world of finance and see it all--how do you keep "peace of mind" with all the injustice you see?
When asked what provides Americans with the greatest peace of mind, the generations once again stood apart:
Dean Shrock has researched mind-body wellness that improved survival rates for patients at 40 cancer centers, based on the concept that joy and peace of mind are essential for good health.
PEACE OF MIND Roger Versteeg Would you be able to cope financially if one source of income would cease?