Quotation Explorer - 'John O'

Tomorrow, smile at a perfect stranger and mean it. - John O'Callaghan
For death begins with life's first breath, and life begins at touch of death. - John Oxenham
You are lucky to feel sadness. - John O'Callaghan
Asking a working writer what he thinks about critics is like asking a lamp-post what it feels about dogs."[Time Magazine, October 31, 1977] - John Osborne
Prayer is a state of continual gratitude. - St. John of Kronstadt
We may be unlovely yet we are not unloved. - John Ortberg
As long as we have unsolved problems, unfulfilled desires, and a mustard seed of faith, we have all we need for a vibrant prayer life. - John Ortberg
The fallacy in Peter's mind was this: he believed his relationship was dependent on his consistency in producing the qualities he thought had earned him the Lord's approval. - Lloyd John Ogilvie
One of the deepest longings of the human soul is to be seen. - John O'Donohue
America may be unique in being a country which has leapt from barbarism to decadence without touching civilization. - John O'Hara
The only dreams that matter are the ones you have when you're awake. - John O'Callaghan
When one flower blooms spring awakens everywhere - John O'Donohue
Starting right now, attempt to live as if you have no regrets. - John O'Callaghan
Democracy is like a tamborine - not everyone can be trusted with it. - John Oliver
When you steal a people's language, you leave their soul bewildered. - John O'Donohue
Life is more fragile and precious than I can comprehend, but believe me, I'm trying. - John O'Callaghan
History is an amazing presence--it is the place where vanished time gathers. While we are in the flow of time, it is difficult to glean its significance, and it is only in looking back that we can recognize the hidden dimensions at work within a particular era or epoch. - John O'Donohue
Morality divorced from the doctrines of the gospel is not that holiness which the gospel requires. - John Owen
We complicate our faith and lives in many ways, but at the core, our purpose is simple: We are called to love. - John Ortberg
The German language is so sonorous, isn't it? Beautiful language...the language of poetry. Angry, angry poetry. - John Oliver
Sometimes not much is just enough. - John O'Callaghan
So take a breath and find what is unsolved in your heart.Breathe in patience, breathe in love.Love yourself bountiful.And send that love out to others.When you send love out from the bountifulness of your own love, it reaches other people.This love is the deepest power of prayer. - John O. Donohue
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