They forgot everything the minute they were together again.
~ Emily Bronte
A contemporary of the Russian novelist, Dostoyevksy, whose name was Turgeniev, wrote that, “whatever a man prays for he prays for a miracle. Every prayer,” he said, “reduces itself to this: ‘Great God, grant that twice two not be four.'”
~ Harold J. Sala
52 Guidelines for Personal Prayer
“Lust is an inordinate desire of unlawful pleasures. It is a vice most widely spread in the world; one that is most violent in its attacks, most insatiable in its cravings. Hence St. Augustine says that the severest warfare which a Christian has to maintain is that in defense of chastity, for such combats are frequent, and victories rare.”
~ Venerable Louis of Granada,
The Sinner’s Guide, Chapter 32