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|Perfer et obdura ; dolor hie tibi proderit olim — Bear and endure; this sorrow will |
one day prove lo be for your good. Ovid. 10 Perfer et obdura ; multo graviora
tulistl— Bear and endure ; you have borne much heavier misfortunes than these.
|-Ovid Had I not sinned what would there be for you to pardon. My fate has given |
you the opportunity for mercy. -Ovid Well has he lived who has lived well in
obscurity. -Ovid Bear and endure: This sorrow will one day prove to be for your
|There is good in doing this. We must not flinch when we look at the past. We must |
strive to learn from our mistakes. So we must learn to bear and endure. The
sorrow will one day prove to be for your good.” – Possidius Adeodat, Archivist of ...
|Lautreamont, Isidore Ducasse, Comte De The sorrows and disasters of Europe |
always brought fortune to America. - Leacock, Stephen B. ... O'Casey, Sean Bear
and endure: This sorrow will one day prove to be for your good. -Ovid Sorrow is ...
|Than one of you can tell, Stronger I 've wax'd and stronger, As I remember well. ... |
out the earth's dark treasure, They 've brought me coal for food : How my black
jaws glow with pleasure, When I roar my thanks, " 'T is good ! ... But draw ye
somewhat nearer ; I 've a little tale to tell : 'T will somewhat thrill the hearer, But ye
may bear it well. ... Yet did that lovely maiden, Because her love was strong, Pale,
hung'ring, sorrow-laden, Endure in silence long. At length, one day, he left her,
|... are entitled to a reward for their goodness, but this is a barren reward, since the |
attempt itself has proved fruitless, the ... In any case, the period of time which you
call one day will be repeated three times before the gift conferred fades
completely. ... project these energies which should bear with them and far away
from you a part of your own psychophysical being. ... Try to absorb a part of this
sorrow, a part of the labour achieved and endured daily; try to make it your own,
and in the ...
|Sorrow flooded in, and immediately I saw that ifl continued to meditate on these |
things, they would take on flesh and blood. Repenting I ... I will continue to work
out my salvation with fear and trembling, for You work in me to will and to act
according to Your good purpose.” For the ... The separation of the soul and spirit
was painful, followed by :1 feeling of cleansing and restored fellowship with my
Father. Praying ... You malre the way of escape, that I may be able to bear, or
|Orlando said, "I really think you'll be, ^ If it should prove God's will, a goodly |
knight ; Nor will yon napping there discover me. But never mind your horse,
though out of sight T were best to carry him into some wood, If but the means or
way I understood. ... if he did this, 't is no prodigy; But secretly himself Orlando
blamed, Because he was one of his family And fearing that he might be hurt or
maim'd, Once more he bade him lay his burden by: Put down, nor bear him
further the desert in.
|Further, my beloved, after this, my becoming and christian salutation, 1 add, to |
inform you that 1 am still in good cheer, (tor ... in true righteousness, all (he days
of our lives; for Sirach says : There is nothing more precious than to fear the Lord.
... Lord; then he will help us ; for David says: The Lord lays a burden upon us, but
he assists us to bear it ; for we have, says he, ... But this with which the Lord
chastises my chosen, is but momentary; for David says: Weeping may endure for
a night, ...
|reprinted from the last London edition, with considerable additions, now first |
published : and a complete index ; in one volume ... Orlando said, “I really think
you 'll be, If it should prove God's will, a goodly knight; Nor will you napping there
discover me. But never mind your horse, though out of sight 'T were best to carry
him into some wood, If but the means or way I ... But help him on my hack,”
Morgante said, “And you shall see what weight I can endure. ... “But to bear arms,
and wield the.