Quote It Saturday

Quote It Saturday is hosted at Freda’s Voice.

Add as many quotes as you wish, from whom ever you wish. It can even be lyrics to a song.
Just tell us who it is. Anonymous welcome too.
Don’t forget to Link up at Freda’s site.

*  Men may keep a sort of level of good, but no man has ever been able to keep on one level of evil. That road goes down and down.

~ G. K. Chesterton from The Innocence of Father Brown

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6 comments

    1. Hello! Thanks for visiting my blog! Sorry couldn’t comment on your blog as I’m still having issues with Blogger hosted blogs with OpenID and Word verification.

      I love your quotes too especially the one by Kahil Gibrahn,

      They come through you
      but not from you.
      And though they are with you
      yet they belong not to you.

      You may give them your love
      but not your thoughts
      for they have their own thoughts.

      You may house their bodies
      but not their soul,
      for their soul belongs in the house of tomorrow,
      which you cannot visit
      not even in your dreams.

      Wish parents understood all of this!

      I am not much of a ‘modern books’ person. I am just not comfortable with modern fiction though I do try to read at least one or two each year. The only reason I am reading The Fault in Our Stars is because a friend of mine is kind of forcing me to. I don’t hate it and I may end up liking it but I am not as ecstatic as everyone else seems to be. I am really scared of the backlash that I am going to get for not being totally euphoric about The Fault in Our Stars! So, Pamela (and everyone else out there) please don’t hate me if I don’t love it as much as you do! And on the off chance that I do end up loving it, I’ll have to thank my friend for making me read more ‘modern’ stuff (“Come into the 21st Century” were her exact words!). 🙂

    1. Hello! Thanks for visiting my blog! Sorry couldn’t comment on your blog as I’m still having issues with Blogger hosted blogs Word verification turned on.

      Your quote is great! I wish a few people in my family would take the lesson of this quote to heart.

      I love Chesterton too particularly the Father Brown stories! The Innocence of Father Brown is my favourite Father Brown story collection.

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