A goodly amount of time is spent doing things badly.
17 Eustace 4:6
To sin, one feels holey. To be free of sin, one feels holy.
17 Eustace 4:5
When you minimize the opinions of others you maximize your ignorance.
17 Eustace 2:7
Unlike a knife, your tongue can get sharper with use. It cuts through even the toughest skin without your ever realizing you unsheathed it.
17 Eustace 2:6
If you're entirely disagreeable, then we're all in agreement.
17 Eustace 2:4
Some look to be in conflict at all times. For those, the battle is not with others but with themselves.
17 Eustace 2:28
Listening to someone's complete question before giving a partial answer often helps in eliminating completely uninformed opinions.
17 Eustace 2:20
Keep in mind that when you're suffering, you're not the only one. To think so would be the height of arrogance. Put yours aside and listen to the plight of others.
17 Eustace 2:15
If you must always have the last word, it just may be.
17 Eustace 1:25