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Philosophy is really homesickness.
As no scripture is of private interpretation, so is there no feeling
A man may sink by such slow degrees that, long after he
Joy cannot unfold the deepest truths. Cometh white-robed Sorrow, stooping and wan,
Faith is that which, knowing the Lord’s will, goes and does it;
It matters little where a man may be at this moment; the point is whether he is growing.
God Himself–His thoughts, His will, His love, His judgments are men’s home.
When I look like this into the blue sky, it seems so
In whatever man does without God, he must fail miserably, or succeed more miserably.
A voice is in the wind I do not know A meaning
Let me, if I may, be ever welcomed to my room in
Ambition is but the evil shadow of aspiration.
Do not measure God’s mind by your own.
The longer it takes you to select a cantaloupe, the worse it is!
There can be no daily democracy without daily citizenship.
I think Oprah who is the height of aspiration and inspiration recognizes
On september 11 2001, america felt its vulnerability even to threats
The most important thing to wear to look good
How bitter were the Prozac pills of the last few hundred mornings
There are 350 varieties of shark, not counting loan and pool.
The capitalist system of coordination by trade seems to be largely populated