Thursday, May 10, 2012


We should pay special attention to examing the content of our conversation - not only for untruths but for anything that does not build others up. (The Upper Room Disciplines - 2003, 10 August)

If you argue with a person who is unbalanced, after a few minutes it's hard to tell which one of you is unbalanced. (Jim Burns in Keepers Of The Wisdom by Karen Casey, 28 April)

Our interaction with others staves off boredom and dull-mindedness. (Karen Casey, Keepers Of The Wisdom, 27 March)

Judging others makes us blind, whereas love is illuminating. (Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Cost Of Discipleship, p. 205) 10 May 2012

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