Laurel Lea Quotes

...appetite turns common food into the fare of kings.

I want the privilege of guiding the arrows of my children and giving them the exhortations that can shoot them into the high place.

Life and death in a relationship depend on attitudes.

Plans can be like a winged horse but their execution plods along pulling carts.

Books have always been to me like a kind of embalmed mind. The dead may be scattered and who can find them but their voices live in the library.

(Home) is you in things.

It isn't fair that there's pressure exerted on those who choose to live on the edges of the bell-shaped curve of normal.

Charm is the enchanted dart light and subtle as a hummingbird. But it is deceptive in one thing: like a sense of humor if you think you've got it you probably haven't.

I wonder if we climb to heaven over the ruins of many cherished schemes.

A disease and its treatment can be a series of humiliations a chisel for humility.

When lost I look for gas stations for counsel.

Humor has always been important to me. If there is a shield of faith that you can keep up against difficulties humor is the Teflon coating.

Marriage is the learning of someone else's habits.

The way of surviving is to find meaning in suffering.