Lionel Blue Quotes and its meanings

Lionel Blue has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Birthday Christmas Experience Fear Home Religion Sad Society Sympathy War

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  • My mother enjoyed old age, and because of her I've begun to enjoy parts of it too. So far I've had it good and am crumbling nicely.
  • To my surprise, my 70s are nicer than my 60s and my 60s than my 50s, and I wouldn't wish my teens and 20s on my enemies.
  • The real evidence for Jesus and Christianity is in how Jesus and the Christianity based on him manifest themselves in the lives of practicing Christians.
  • I feel that the Christian experience and the Jewish one have much to give each other. If this open society continues and there is no return to political anti-Semitism, then this encounter, deeper than any theology, may happen.
  • I didn't want to be on the losing side. I was fed up with Jewish weakness, timidity and fear. I didn't want any more Jewish sentimentality and Jewish suffering. I was sickened by our sad songs.
  • Praying privately in churches, I began to discover that heaven was my true home and also that it was here and now, woven into this life.
  • During the Second World War, evacuated to non-Jewish households, I encountered Christianity at home and in school.
  • The Christian use of religion as a personal love affair both shocked me, and attracted me.
  • For some years I deserted religion in favour of Marxism. The republic of goodness seemed more attainable than the Kingdom of God.
  • Early on I saw the repression and idolatry of Stalinism, and when it cracked, I was open to religion again.