Quote for the Day: February 12th, 2022

The Road to Character by David Brooks

Recovering from suffering is not like recovering from a disease. Many people don’t come out healed; they come out different.

David Brooks, The Road to Character

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Quote for the Day: February 9th, 2022

The Light Between Oceans: A Novel by M.L. Stedman

You only have to forgive once. To resent, you have to do it all day, every day.

M.L. Stedman, The Light Between Oceans: A Novel

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Quote for the Day: January 18th, 2022

On My Own by Diane Rehm

I don’t believe in closure. What does it really mean? Does it mean the closing of a door, the locking up of memories, the refusal to allow a flow of consciousness that may involve some measure of grief?

Diane Rehm, On My Own

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