"Love ought to consist of deeds more than of words."
"I don’t know, I don’t feel right unless I’ve got the sea and mountains nearby."
Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore
"When Christians idolize certainty, the concept of “the mystery of God” is a direct threat to their ideologies. Therefore, almost every situation and question has an answer and explanation. Everything is black and white—nothing is gray. And while society shifts and creates moral questions that are harder and harder to answer, instead of humble reflection, some Christians simply rework and evolve their answers to remain true to their original beliefs—no matter how complicated, confusing or ridiculous the answers are. To them, any answer is better than not having an answer at all, which they view as a sign of extreme weakness and stupidity."