Children are our futures and hopes.
Submitted by Kazeronnie Mak 13 days ago
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“…are all gifts, even the angelic language, is nothing without love? What makes base? — Love. What creates? — Love. What stores? — Love, love. What gives pleasure? — Love, beginning, middle and end”.
Submitted by lockamenka 7 months ago
If you want to change the world, go home and love your family.
Submitted by theawesome 10 months ago
To put the world in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must cultivate our personal life; and to cultivate our personal life, we must first set our hearts right.
Submitted by resitdev 10 months ago
I remember thinking how often we look, but never see … we listen, but never hear … we exist, but never feel. We take our relationships for granted. A house is only a place. It has no life of its own. It needs human voices, activity and laughter to come alive.
Submitted by MarisaO2 about 1 year ago
And then I felt sad because I realized that once people are broken in certain ways, they can't ever be fixed, and this is something nobody ever tells you when you are young and it never fails to surprise you as you grow older as you see the people in your life break one by one. You wonder when your turn is going to be, or if it's already happened
Submitted by Gigobyte over 1 year ago
Do you know why we weren't born with erasers? Because there are no such things as mistakes, only experiences.
Submitted by quotesastherapy about 2 years ago
“I believe that we must reach our brother, never toning down our fundamental oppositions, but meeting him when he asks to be met, with a reason for the faith that is in us, as well as with a loving sympathy for them as brothers.”
“We all suffer for each other, and gain by each other's suffering; for man never stands alone here, though he will stand alone hereafter; but here is he is a social being, and goes forward to his long home as one of a large company.”
“Brotherly love is a dewy freshness and aridity in the monotony of personal and community life.”
“In our own families, in our parishes, where we live and where we work — like that very first apostolic generation — we must be bold witnesses to the Lordship of Jesus Christ. We must be a fearless army of Catholic men, ready to give everything we have for the Lord, who gave everything for our salvation.”
"I have my mother's mouth and my father's eyes; on my face they are still together."
Submitted by kkeila21 over 3 years ago
John Kinsella: Is this heaven?
Ray Kinsella: It's Iowa.
John Kinsella: Iowa? I could have sworn this was heaven.
[starts to walk away]
Ray Kinsella: Is there a heaven?
John Kinsella: Oh yeah. It's the place where dreams come true.
[Ray looks around, seeing his wife playing with their daughter on the porch]
Ray Kinsella: Maybe this is heaven.
Submitted by andy46 over 3 years ago
A father must recognize that he has a worldly nature that has to be brought under subjection to the Spirit of God. In so doing he can refine his conduct to the extent the natural man becomes godly; he becomes a patriarch to his family rather than just a sire.
Submitted by hellothisisben almost 4 years ago
Happy Christian marriages and homes can be just like that farmhouse light on a midnight prairie. If you build a loving marriage and a home with light and laughter brightening everything inside its walls, there will be those who see. There will be those passing by in the darkness who will note the contrast. And they will want what you have found.
Submitted by joyfulheart18 about 4 years ago
The reward of loving is in the loving; loving is itself the great outcome of loving. The success of loving is in how we change because we kept on loving – regardless of any thing else changing.
Submitted by joyfulheart18 over 4 years ago