<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>If any man thinks ill of you, do not be angry with him, for you are worse than he thinks you to be. If he charges you falsely at some point, yet be satisfied, for if he knew you better he might change the accusation and you would be no gainer for the correction. If you have your moral portrait painted and it is ugly, be satisfied, for it only needs a few blacker touches and it would be nearer to the truth. <br>C. H. Spurgeon<p><hr></blockquote><p><br><br>Susan,<br><br>Ye-e-ow. I really wish I could say Spurgeon was being "overdramatic", but unfortunately he was correct about this, as he was about so many things.<br><br>Thanks for the quotes.<br><br>Theo