Faith Sullivan Quotes
Francis A. Sullivan, S.J. (born May 21, 1922) is an American Catholic theologian and a Jesuit priest. He is best known for his research in the area of ecclesiology and the magisterium.
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I'm making out with a dead girl in my dreams. I'm screwing women I have no business screwing. I'm pushing away the one person who actually gives a damn about me. It's like the Bermuda Triangle of heartache and I'm sinking fast.
Poverty made me feel weak, as if I were coming down with an awful, debilitating, communicable disease - the disease of being without money. Instead of going to the hospital, you went to the poor farm. The difference was, you never got well at the poor farm.
I know this much: if you gotta write, honey, you gotta write. Some call it a disease, some a madness. Ah, but I call it love.
I always fantasized about having a girl stand on my bar like in that movie Coyote Ugly, but I never thought it would happen.
For my money, there are no more fascinating, hard-working, vulnerable creatures on earth than writers. Every day, they lay their souls out there for public approval or rejection.
There was a strange kind of comfort in misunderstandings and differences that were old enough to have lost their teeth.
Why do you still feel the need to punish yourself for something that was out of your control?