All saints have a past and all sinners

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Sales motivation quote: Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future. - Oscar Wilde

Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future

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Use code SAVE at checkout! Learn more and sign up here. Notify me when this product is available:. Saints can have checkered pasts and Sinners can have bright futures. The quote comes from Oscar Wilde, a sinner in his day, who is now such a saint his grave had to be enclosed in glass as it was crumbling under the weight of thousands of lipstick kisses. The quote is a leveling force between Saint and Sinner. In this moment, you are who you are, but each moment defines you as equally as the past or future.

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One of my patients has a favourite T-shirt which he often wears to consultations with me. Every sinner has a future. But, just in case I have to live with them again, the story I am going to tell you is about the latter…. Now, you may know this already, but it is actually quite rare for anyone to listen to a homily all the way through. It is more rare for anyone to remember anything of it long after it has been given. At 16, he started taking drugs.

Author: Oscar Wilde. The only difference between the saint and the sinner is that every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future. This quote arrives to us in the middle of a conversation between Lady Hunstanton, Lord Illingworth, and Mrs. Arbuthnot the titular woman of no importance , among others. The ever classy Lady Hunstanton says that she's quite out of her depth in conversations with Lord Illingworth, except for the fact that she knows he always takes the side of the sinners, and she the side of the saints. This quote is all about the good and bad of humanity, and how, as humans, we can never totally escape either. The past of the saint in the quote is implied to be a bad past, a past marked with sin.

One never knows where inspiration will strike. As someone who looks for moments of the Divine outside its traditional milieu, I try to stay alert for such things, but at times even I get caught off guard. I was heading towards the checkout line at the local Acme when I noticed the young woman standing in front of me. Her tank top revealed a multitude of tattoos, none of which were very good. Yet as I was about to squinch up my nose in displeasure, I noticed the tattoo on her shoulder. I stood transfixed, completely absorbed in considering the depth and meaning of those words. If anything their poor execution made them even more profound.

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