Carol Ryrie Brink quotes

  • Do everything with a mind that lets go. Do not expect praise or reward.

  • Money is but one venue for generosity. Kindness is an even more valuable currency.

  • Too many have dispensed with generosity in order to practice charity.

  • While generosity may be the antidote for the dizzying effects of wealth, your appetite for more may function as an antidote against God-honoring generosity. Your appetite for more stuff, status, and security has the potential to quash your efforts to be generous. And that's a problem.

  • There is not a command God gives to His children for which He does not provide the enablement for obedience.

  • If a boxer ever went as crazy as Nijinsky all the wowsers in the world would be screaming 'punch-drunk.' Well, who hit Nijinsky? And why isn't there a campaign against ballet? It gives girls thick legs

  • After all, spinning is its own reward. There wouldn't be carousels if it weren't so.

  • The reward of suffering is experience

  • Without hope of reward Provide help to others. Bear suffering alone, And share your pleasures with beggars.

  • Ann Winder-Boyle's small-scale encaustic pictures always reward a second look - they have an intriguing edge of darkness about them.