One’s sense of peace is inversely proportionate to the amount he talks.
Contemporary Clericalism: A type of antinomianism, possibly of the pneumatic sort, that causes clergy to think they’re above everyday ethics and morality when dealing with their congregations.
Harry Chapin’s Cat’s in the Cradle has probably done more to make men into good fathers than all the parenting seminars in the world put together.
Hope must be rational. Irrational hope is mere delusion. Both make you feel good, but one’s a vitamin, the other is a drug.
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