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|“Sort of 'buy my books and by the way they may get you killed.' Fine time ... The |
cardinal and the dean and even More will not want it known that the college is '
infected' with heresy. Why do ... Be still my heart, thou hast known worse than this
|“Be still my heart.” He spread his arms. “Never have three such devastating |
beauties graced a room.” “The quotation from Homer is 'Be still my heart; thou
hast known worse than this.',” Anna said acidly. “Ignore her,” Betsey advised. “
She hates ...
|7 The Heart of the Matter Be still, my heart; thou hast known worse than this. |
Homer Early one summer morning, Alex was getting ready for school. Although
she was anxious about her exams later that day, she was not unduly stressed
|Hoffman, Dustin Show me someone who has done something worthwhile, and I'll |
show you someone who has overcome adversity. - Holtz, Lou Be still my heart;
thou hast known worse than this. - Homer The one who prosperity takes too ...
|My main meal was a sliced duck breast in rich gravy served with a deli— cious |
side of carrots with garlic, fried ... riding up a mountain in a cold rain: “Be still my
heart, thou hast known still worse than this,” which comes from Homer's Odyssey.
|Laugh as thou wilt at my provincial ideas, Lucia, but remember that they were |
those of our grandmother, Sextilia, who was the model of a Roman wife and ...
Paulinus hath been no worse than many husbands, and is better far than most." "
|Let not thy jealousy attempt to shake And loosen the good root he has in |
Randolph; Whose favourites I know thou hast supplanted. Thou look'st at me, as
if thou fain would'st pry Into my heart. 'Tis open as my speech. His friend I am, and
be not ...
|Though pleasure fires the maddening soul, Be silent, thou once soothing strain,, |
The heart — the heart is lonely still ! ... Tis comfort still," I faintly said, " That Thyrza
cannot know my pains f Like freedom to the time-worn slave, Is worse than
discord to my heart ! ... Yet Love, if Love in such an hour Hast fled, and left me
lonely here ; Could nobly check its useless sighs, Thou 'it nothing, — all are
|Fourthly^ True grace is willing to be tried, and nothing is more desirable to an |
upright soul, than to know his own condition : if there ... thou wik a", desire to
know the very worst of thyself ; and when thou haft made the deepest search thou
canst, thou wilt still fear thou hast ... nothing so much comforts thee under, of after
an affliction, as the discovery it hath made of my heart ; thou wilt seem to feel with
|I hope my mind's not altered for the worse, And for my outside — But inform me, |
friend, When I may hope to see you. Eust. When you please ... O gentle stranger !
ease my swelling heart ; What dost thou know of Wilmot ? Y. Wilm. This I know ...