The essence of being human is that one does not seek perfection.
The church must suffer for speaking the truth, for pointing out sin, for uprooting sin. No one wants to have a sore spot touched, and therefore a society with so many sores twitches when someone has the courage to touch it and say: “You have to treat that. You have to get rid of that. Believe in Christ. Be converted.
Memories of one’s past are tainted. There are no truths to be found in them.
Know this: If you are afraid of starting over, it means you have not yet begun.
There’s no need to look back. What’s behind you is smaller than what’s in front you.
If truth is not acceptable, it becomes the imagination of others.
How shabby the truth can become when one articulates it.
There is no perfect lover or perfect love, only longing for love and be beloved.
Truth demands progress and change, and is always for the benefit of all souls-even if you must travel through a difficult learning process or make a shift as a result of facing the truth.
Love everyone; judge no one.