Quote by Mary Harris Jones
Reformation, like education, is a journey, not a destination.
This quote emphasizes that both reformation and education are ongoing processes that require consistent effort and progress. It signifies that these journeys do not have a defined end point, but rather involve continuous growth, learning, and change. Just as education is a lifelong pursuit of knowledge and development, reformation, whether it pertains to personal or societal change, requires a continuous commitment to improvements and transformation. It highlights the importance of recognizing that these processes are ongoing and that true change comes from sustained dedication and effort.
Some would deny any legitimate use of the word God because it has been misused so much. Certainly it is the most burdened of all human words. Precisely for that reason it is the most imperishable and unavoidable. And how much weight has all erroneous talk about God's nature and works (although there never has been nor can be any such talk that is not erroneous) compared with the one truth that all men who have addressed God really meant him? For whoever pronounces the word God and really means Thou, addresses, no matter what his delusion, the true Thou of his life that cannot be restricted by any other and to whom he stands in a relationship that includes all others.