Nursing a Grudge

I have always liked the phrase “nursing a grudge,” because many people are tender of their resentments, as of the thing nearest their hearts From Gilead by Marilyn Robinson Advertisements

I can’t believe we will forget out sorrows altogether. That would mean forgetting that we had lived, humanly speaking. Sorrow seems to me to be a great part of the substance of human life. From Gilead by Marilyn Robinson