Nancy Mairs Quotes

Top 12 wise famous quotes and sayings by Nancy Mairs

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Nancy Mairs quotes: I will write myself into well-being. I will write myself into well-being.
Nancy Mairs quotes: You don't have to want death in order to prepare for it. You don't have to want death in order to prepare for it.
Nancy Mairs quotes: Writing is not, alas, like riding a bicycle: it does not get easier with practice. Writing is not, alas, like riding a bicycle: it does not get easier with practice.
Nancy Mairs quotes: Poor and afflicted and oppressed people have faces, and we are required to look squarely into them. We can't love what we won't experience. Poor and afflicted and oppressed people have faces, and we are required to look squarely into them. We can't love what we won't experience.
Nancy Mairs quotes: Our lives are stories we tell ourselves. Our lives are stories we tell ourselves.
Nancy Mairs quotes: That's the trouble with honorable mentions: they let everyone know you applied and didn't win. That's the trouble with honorable mentions: they let everyone know you applied and didn't win.
Nancy Mairs quotes: God enters the world through those of us who are willing to let God participate fully in our lives. God enters the world through those of us who are willing to let God participate fully in our lives.