Space between paragraphs

Hello. Im writing a book, but Im having a hard time trying to figure out why the space of each paragraph is not the same. I tried using "space after" thingy from paragraph styles "indents and spacing", but it doesnt make any difference - the space between paragraphs increases, but space of each isnt same.
As you can see from the picture, i highlightened the text to show the difference of space between every paragraph. Please help, I dont what else to do.
Note: text is totally random, im just using it for example, its not the actual content of the book.

Wrong alignment.
I'm referring to the option to align the text to a baseline grid, which is one way to keep the lines level when you use multiple columns or across pages in a book. It could be set as part of a style in the Indents and Spacing section:
or as a local override from the paragraph panel:
Which would be used in conjuntion withthe align to grid button:

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