Karen Armstrong Quote

Surely it's better to love others, however messy and imperfect the involvement, than to allow one's capacity for love to harden.


Through the Narrow Gate: A Memoir of Life In and Out of the Convent (ed. Vintage Canada, 2010) - ISBN: 9780307368331

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Surely it's better to love others, however messy and imperfect the involvement, than to allow one's capacity for love to harden.

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Surely it's better to love others, however messy and imperfect the involvement, than to allow one's capacity for love to harden.

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Surely it's better to love others, however messy and imperfect the involvement, than to allow one's capacity for love to harden.

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Surely it's better to love others, however messy and imperfect the involvement, than to allow one's capacity for love to harden.