Monday, June 18, 2007

TUESDAY QUOTE OF THE WEEK - XVIII

FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: "Virtue comes through contemplation of the divine and the exercise of philosophy. But it also comes through public service. The one is incomplete without the other. Power without wisdom is tyranny, wisdom without power is pointless." - from Iain Pear's "The Dream of Scipio".

QUOTE II - "What would you do right now of you were not afraid?" from Spencer Johnson's "Who Moved My Cheese?"

IN OTHER NEWS:

C. recommends this site on Catholic Culture. I was only able to review part of it but pass it on.

C. also let me know that some people (C. included) do not know how to contact me via Email if they have a private question. If you look under "contributors" on the right hand side of this screen and click on "Fr. V", another screen will pop up. Click on Email and that will set you up to send an wire to me.

The Diocese of Cleveland E-Newsletter recommends this site for people in the Cleveland area who are dealing with end of life issues.

2 comments:

Mrs Jackie Parkes MJ said...

Just saw your comment on a previous post on my blog! Many thenks for visiting...like your blog!

God bless

Anonymous said...

What would I do right now if I weren't afraid?

I'd quit my job, effective immediately. Period.

Happy Birthday to me, Merry Christmas to me, etc etc.
~ Adoro