THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK

 It is easier to look good than to be good, to sound learned than to be learned, to tell how to administer well than to administer. – Adrian Van Kaam
 People who have never suffered never appreciate anything – James Hadley Chase
 What one wants and what one gets are two different things. – Hadley Chases
 Everyone need not come to the faith along the way that is outlined in the books – Fulton Sheen
 No great achievement is possible without persistent work – Bertrand Russel.
 I never thrust my nose into another man’s porridge; it is no bread and butter of mine, everyone for himself and God for us all. – Cervante Don Quixote
 If your lips would keep from slips, observe five things with care; to whom you speak, of whom you speak, and how, when and where. W.E. Norris
 Education begins a man, but reading, good company and reflection must finish him – John Locke
 The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren and to do good is my religion. – Thomas Paine

 The worst moment for an atheist is when he or she feels grateful and does not know whom to thank. -Wendy Ward
 High office has its rewards but it has its price too. There are things a man has to give up when he becomes a prince of the church; your eminence intimacy is one of them. – Alexandra Riply
 The quickest way to win a battle is to separate a General from his troops. Loyal as they may be without guidance they aren’t going to know what to do. – Janet Dailey

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