• It is seldom we have the heart to throw ourselves, if I may so speak, on the Divine Arm; we dare not trust ourselves on the waters, though Christ bids us. We have not St. Peter's love to ask leave to come to him upon the sea. When we once are filled with that heavenly charity, we can do all things, because we attempt all things - for to attempt is to do.

    John Henry Newman (1895). “Selection, Adapted to the Seasons of the Ecclesiastical Year: From the Parochial & Plain Sermons”