Grace isn’t meant to be fair, grace is meant to be good
May God teach us to enjoy serving others as a sign of our love for Him. – Pat Stockett Johnston –
Despair is the price one pays for setting oneself an impossible aim. It is, one is told, the unforgivable sin, but it is a sin the corrupt or evil man never practices. He always has hope. He never reaches the freezing-point of knowing absolute failure. Only the man of goodwill carries always in his heart this capacity for damnation.
But the little I did know about Chutsky indicated that he was a member in good standing of the shadow government, the deliberately nonmonitored and unconnected clan of people who worked for various alphabet agencies that were more or less affiliated with the federal government, and sometimes even with one another.
Well, I myself, while sometimes unkempt by nights of drunkenness and debauchery, am quite convinced a man’s good character is marked by his impeccable attire.
What if man is not really a scoundrel, man in general, I mean, the whole race of mankind-then all the rest is prejudice, simply artificial terrors and there are no barriers and it’s all as it should be.
Many self-help teachers say that our schools only focus on “preparing today’s youths to get good jobs by developing scholastic skills.
We are ready to despair too soon, we are ready to say, ‘What’s the good of doing anything?’ Hope is the virtue we should cultivate most in this present day and age.
You will not be good teachers if you focus only on what you do and not upon who you are.
He believed that most people, when given the choice, would do what was right, even when it was hard, and he believed that good almost always triumphed over evil. He wasn’t naive, though. “Trust people,