Nancy Pearcey Quotes About End

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"We tend to have a limited concept of spiritual death as saying no only to things we want or covet -- our guilty pleasures and selfish ambitions. But in reality, it means dying inwardly to whatever has control over us. The thing that really controls us may not be what we want. It may be what we fear. Fear can dominate our lives just as strongly as desire." ~ Nancy Pearcey
"The White House should always be a friend to American freedom." ~ Nancy Pearcey
"Competition is always a good thing. It forces us to do our best. A monopoly renders people complacent and satisfied with mediocrity." ~ Nancy Pearcey
"Urban areas tend to attract members of the 'knowledge class' - people who work with ideas, data, information." ~ Nancy Pearcey
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He [Tom Avery] is acutely, palpably afraid of Friday nights, what to do with them, those gaping, sneering, and stubbornly recurring widths of time - how to accommodate them, fill them, use them, annihilate them. He'd do anything to sidestep a Friday night. Friday nights demand conviviality and expenditure. It's the time to let loose (yeah, sure)."
Author: Carol Shields

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