... complaining about our oppressions and indignities only makes them loom larger and more disturbing. (One Day At A Time in Al-Anon, 15 March)
For the sake of our mental and spiritual health, we must realize that any emotion that is buried within us is never buried dead - but buried alive. (Selwyn Hughes, Every Day Light, Day 64)
Since we can control and direct our expectations why should we set ourselves up for disappointment? (after The Promise of a New Day, 14 March)
To face oneself is the most humiliating thing in the world. (William Barclay, The Letters to the Galatians and Ephesians, p. 135)
Today, almost ten years after the terrorist attacks carried out against the United States by the henchmen of Osama bin Laden, the President announced that he was located in a fancy compound in Pakistan and killed by US Navy Seals. Congratulations and thanks to all of the people who worked to bring an end to this evil man.