Quotemeal: Oct. 16th, 2005

Sunday, October 16, 2005

"So what to do? Two Things, it seems to me. At least two. Use up each day. Fill it overflowing with good. Deliberately enjoy it. Two, begin now. Mend a fractured friendship, mail an overdue letter, repair a broken heart, lay aside a griveance, act on a noble impulse. As we all know, "The night cometh"."
— Lanny Henninger

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Illustration of Lanny Henninger — "So what to do? Two Things, it seems to me. At least two. Use up each day.  Fill it overflowing with good.  Deliberately enjoy it.  Two, begin now. Mend a fractured friendship, mail an overdue letter, repair a broken heart, lay aside a griveance, act on a noble impulse.  As we all know, "The night cometh"."

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Quotemeal is a daily dose of Christian quotes to inspire and encourage.