Youth is, after all, just a moment, but it is the moment, the spark,
that you always carry in your heart.-- Raisa M. Gorbachev
Comment: We sometimes wish to be young until we remember it too well. Yet, in the heart is
the yearning to return, and return we will, to a new home, a new youth, and an unlimited
in Christ our Lord.
Youth is the season of tragedy and despair. Youth is the time when one's whole life is
entangled in a web of identity, in a perpetual maze of seeking and of finding, of passion
and of disillusion, of vague longings and of nameless griefs, of pity that is a blade in
the heart, and of "all the little emptiness of love." -- Ellen Glasgow
Comment: The mistakes and pains of youth are erased in Christ's forgiving touch.
Youth, balancing itself upon hope, is forever in extremes: its expectations are
continually aroused only to be baffled, and disappointment, like a summer shower, is
violent in proportion to its brevity. -- L. E. Landon
Comment: It is the hope of youth that is always restored and continually renewed by
What Youth deemed crystal, Age finds out was dew. -- Robert Browning
Comment: With Christ, the dew turns into the living water that quenches every thirst.