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The literature of the inner life is very largely a record of struggle with the inordinate passions of the social self. — Charles Horton Cooley

Attachment to spiritual things is.. just as much an attachment as inordinate love of anything else. — Thomas Merton

He was inordinately proud of England and he abused her incessantly. — H. G. [Herbert George] Wells

Whatever I engage in, I must push inordinately. — Andrew Carnegie

We can never really be prepared for that which is wholly new. We have to adjust ourselves, and every radical adjustment is a crisis in self-esteem: we undergo a test, we have to prove ourselves. It needs inordinate self-confidence to face drastic change without inner trembling. — Eric Hoffer

The drive to resist compulsion is more important in wild animals than sex, food, or water. He found that captive white-footed mice spent inordinate time and energy just resisting experimental manipulation. If the experimenters turned the lights up, the mouse spent his time turning them down. If the experimenter turned the lights down, the mouse turned them up. The drive for competence or to resist compulsion is a drive to avoid helplessness. — Martin E. P. Seligman

Set me free from evil passions, and heal my heart of all inordinate affections; that being inwardly cured and thoroughly cleansed, I may be made fit to love, courageous to suffer, steady to persevere. — Thomas Kempis

It must require an inordinate share of vanity and presumption, too, after enjoying so much that is good and beautiful on earth, to ask the Lord for immortality in addition to it all. — Heinrich Heine