Truth is patient. It can afford to be for eventually it will have its way.
I don’t want to go to Peru.”
How do you know? You’ve never been there.”
I’ve never been to hell either and I’m pretty sure I don’t want to go there.
I don’t get that, I mean, what’s power? Let’s say he suddenly becomes king of the world. What is he going to do with it that he can’t do now? Is his food going to taste better? Is the weather going to be nicer? Will love feel better? I just don’t understand that mentality.
There are people who come into our lives as welcome as a cool breeze in summer- and last about as long.
I have found that the most significant experiences of our lives rarely come when we’re expecting them and oftentimes when we’re not even paying attention.
There are dreams that are meant to be shared and dreams to be kept hidden in our hearts. It’s sometimes difficult to know which is which.
I have learned a great truth of life. We do not succeed in spite of our challenges and
difficulties, but rather, precisely because of them.
Could it be that to truly love a thing is not to desire it, but to desire happiness for it?
In college I took a social psychology course, something I thought useful for a career in advertising. Psychologists tested the story of the Good Samaritan. What they learned gives us reason to pause. The greatest determinant of who stopped to help the stranger in need was not compassion, morality, or religious creed. It was those who had the time. Makes me wonder if I have time to do good. Apparently, Angel does.
The warrior who goes off to battle should not boast as the one who returns from it.