Inside Out no. 2: Quotations and Thinking

The immanent is transcendent when universal.

The transcendent is immanent when embodied. – Rev. Wendy Vie

Love is the first word we don’t say to everyone. – Sparrow in The Sun, June 2007

The gifts of the Spirit – love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, gentleness, generosity, faithfulness, and self-control – are alive in individuals, but why are they so hard to see in society? In too many ways our society is cut off from the best of ourselves. – Rev. Wendy Vie

All truth passes through three stages.  First, it is ridiculed.  Second, it is violently opposed.  Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. – Arthur Schopenhauer

Your meaning and purpose are obvious in how you live. – Rev. Wendy Vie

What will you miss when are fine? – Richard Buckner, Town

Health is the presence of good and the absence of bad. – Rev. Wendy Vie

For our real prayer, if we had the wits or the courage to formulate it, would be a general plea for everything to be all right forever. – Angela Thirkell

People will steal your self-esteem, especially when you have very little. – Rev. Wendy Vie

“I thought All the fairies were dead,” Mrs. Darling said.

“There are always a lot of young ones,” explained Wendy, who is now quite an authority, “because you see when a new baby laughs for the first time a new fairy is born, and as there are always new babies there are always new fairies. They live in nests on the tops of trees; and the mauve ones are boys and the white ones are girls, and the blue ones are just little sillies who are not sure what they are.” – J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

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