Quote by Saint Teresa of Avila
To reach something good it is very useful to have gone astray, and thus acquire experience.
This quote suggests that going astray or making mistakes along the way can be valuable in achieving something good. It highlights the idea that learning from one's failures and gaining experience through them can be crucial in the pursuit of success or excellence in any aspect of life. By acknowledging that setbacks and detours can contribute to personal growth and development, this quote emphasizes the importance of embracing failures as learning opportunities and not letting them hinder progress towards achieving something worthwhile.
Wherever a story comes from, whether it is a familiar myth or a private memory, the retelling exemplifies the making of a connection from one pattern to another: a potential translation in which narrative becomes parable and the once upon a time comes to stand for some renascent truth. This approach applies to all the incidents of everyday life: the phrase in the newspaper, the endearing or infuriating game of a toddler, the misunderstanding at the office. Our species thinks in metaphors and learns through stories.
And under the existing circumstances, I understand there are situations where people indeed need care and need services, but I believe in America that the majority of those people are getting those services under situations and circumstances that are afforded to them by their health care providers and their state government.
Listen, God love everything you love - and a mess of stuff you don't. But more than anything else, God love admiration.You saying God vain? I ast.Naw, she say. Not vain, just wanting to share a good thing. I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don't notice it.What it do when it pissed off? I ast.Oh, it make something else. People think pleasing God is all God care about. But any fool living in the world can see it always trying to please us back.