A.N.Wilson Quotes and its meanings

A.N.Wilson has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Alone Business Death Faith Family Fear History Hope Knowledge Men Morning Politics Religion Respect Sad Society Strength Success Sympathy Teacher Truth Women

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  • Brain power improves by brain use, just as our bodily strength grows with exercise. And there is no doubt that a large proportion of the female population, from school days to late middle age, now have very complicated lives indeed.
  • It is eerie being all but alone in Westminster Abbey. Without the tourists, there are only the dead, many of them kings and queens. They speak powerfully and put my thoughts into vivid perspective.
  • The death of any man aged 56 is very sad for his widow and family. And no one would deny that Steve Jobs was a brilliant and highly innovative technician, with great business flair and marketing ability.
  • The approach of death certainly concentrates the mind.
  • Fear of death has never played a large part in my consciousness - perhaps unimaginative of me.
  • When Christians start thinking about Jesus, things start breaking down, they lose their faith. It's perfectly possible to go to church every Sunday and not ask any questions, just because you like it as a way of life. They fear that if they ask questions they'll lose their Christ, the very linchpin of their religion.
  • I had lost faith in biography.
  • I am shy to admit that I have followed the advice given all those years ago by a wise archbishop to a bewildered young man: that moments of unbelief 'don't matter,' that if you return to a practice of the faith, faith will return.
  • The Royal Family are not like you and me. They live in houses so big that you can walk round all day and never need to meet your spouse. The Queen and Prince Philip have never shared a bedroom in their lives. They don't even have breakfast together.
  • I might be deceiving myself but I do not think that I do have an inordinate fear of death.