A cheerful giver does not count
the cost of what he gives.
His heart is set on pleasing and cheering him
to whom the gift is given.
~ Julian of Norwich ~
Give what you have.
To someone, it may be better
than you dare to think.
~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ~
Blessed are those who
give without remembering
and take without forgetting.
~ Elizabeth Bibesco ~
Your friends will know you better
in the first minute you meet
than your acquaintances
will know you in a thousand years.
~ Richard Bach ~
People are lonely
because they build walls
instead of bridges.
~ Joseph Fort Newton ~
Behold! How good and pleasant it is for
brethren to dwell together in unity.
~ Psalm 133:1 ~
Perhaps the greatest social service
that can be rendered by anybody
to this country and to mankind
is to bring up a family.
~ George Bernard Shaw ~
Who has seen the wind?
Neither you nor I;
but when the trees bow down their heads,
the wind is passing by.
~ Christina Rossetti ~
If you have knowledge,
let others light their candles at it.
~ Thomas Fuller ~
As the sculptor devotes himself to wood and stone,
I would devote myself to my soul.
~ Toyohiko Kagawa ~
With all the infinite possibilities
of spiritual life before you,
do not settle down on a little patch
of dusty ground at the mountain’s foot
in restful content.
Be not content until you reach
the mountain’s summit.
~ J.R. Miller ~
The difficult we do immediately;
the impossible takes a little longer.
~ Air Force Motto ~
Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions.
Small people always do that,
but the really great make you feel that you, too,
can become great.
~ Mark Twain ~
He who cannot forgive breaks the bridge
over which he himself must pass.
~ George Herbert ~