Gerald Sittser Quotes

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Gerald Sittser Quotes By George Orwell: It was somehow slightly frightening, like the gambolling It was somehow slightly frightening, like the gambolling of tiger cubs which will soon grow up into man-eaters. — George Orwell
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Luke Bryan: From my dad I learned to be good From my dad I learned to be good to people, to always be honest and straightforward. I learned hard work and perseverance. — Luke Bryan
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Gerald L. Sittser: The central theme of the book is that The central theme of the book is that prayer is best understood as a long, sometimes perilous, epic journey that eventually leads to triumph. — Gerald L. Sittser
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Gerald L. Sittser: I had no way of anticipating the adjustments I had no way of anticipating the adjustments I would have to make and the suffering I would have to endure in the months and years ahead. — Gerald L. Sittser
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Gerald L. Sittser: The book is intended to show how it The book is intended to show how it is possible to live in and be enlarged by loss, even as we continue to experience it. — Gerald L. Sittser
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Sarah Addison Allen: He lifted up on one elbow and looked He lifted up on one elbow and looked down at her. What she wouldn't give to see what he saw, to know what made him look at her that way. — Sarah Addison Allen
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Gerald Lawson Sittser: Loss provides an opportunity to take inventory of Loss provides an opportunity to take inventory of our lives, to reconsider priorities, and to determine new directions. — Gerald Lawson Sittser
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Charlie Day: Everyone knows what it's like to feel like Everyone knows what it's like to feel like the underdog. Everyone wants to be accepted. Ultimately, everybody wants to be loved. — Charlie Day
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Gerald L. Sittser: The good that may come out of the The good that may come out of the loss does not erase its badness or excuse the wrong done. Nothing can do that. — Gerald L. Sittser
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Mark Bauerlein: For education to happen, people must encounter worthwhile For education to happen, people must encounter worthwhile things outside their sphere of interest and brainpower. — Mark Bauerlein
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Gerald Lawson Sittser: Regret is ... an unavoidable result of any Regret is ... an unavoidable result of any loss, for in loss we lose the tomorrow that we needed to make right our yesterday or today. — Gerald Lawson Sittser
Gerald Sittser Quotes By Gerald L. Sittser: It is how we respond to loss that It is how we respond to loss that matters. That response will largely determine the quality, the direction, and the impact of our lives. — Gerald L. Sittser