Quotes of Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ To a very large extent men and women are a product of how they define themselves. As a result of a combination of innate ideas and the intimate influences of the culture and environment we grow up in, we come to have beliefs about the nature of being human… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward

“ So in all these little ways we spin a web, a cocoon, around ourselves. The cocoon becomes nice and snug and comfortable because it is very familiar. We know every little corner of our life; we can even write poetry about it. We may also have ideas about the "great mystery" which religions speak of, which gives our cocoon an especial sense of security: we can worship the great mystery outside of it and feel good about that… ”

- Jeremy W. Hayward
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