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|PISCES AND VIRGO Pisces's affectionate nature intrigues Virgo at first, but these |
two personalities are just too ... PISCES AND LIB RA These affectionate, creative,
artistic people take to each other immediately. But Pisces is looking for emotional
support and won't find that with Libra. ... They both like luxury and a lovely home,
but Pisces is too lazy about making money and Libra is too extravagant about
spending it. ... Sagittarius's sharp tongue will hurt Pisces's romantic sensibilities.
|Heard first as radio addresses and then published as three separate books--The Case for Christianity, Christian Behavior, and Beyond Personality this book brings together Lewis's legendary broadcast talks of the war years, talks in which he ...|
|Demonstrative affection does not flow easily with Virgo and may have to be |
deliberately cultivated if he wants to keep her, ... It hurts and worries her when the
man she loves makes it clear he'd rather be busy doing other things without her
now ... But if you expect a miracle, you'll find it every time. ARIES. Man. VIRGO.
Woman. "Oh, say you're pleased," cried Nibs He was a lovely boy, clad in
skeleton leaves and thejuices that ooze out of trees; but the most entrancing thing
about him ...
|But, oh, what lovely obsessions compared with those of other men she had |
known. ... But other emotions were evident in his eyes as well, a special warmth
and tenderness, great affection, love. ... and white, no grays whatsoever, and in
that choice there's a sort of ... a sort of salvation that I thought I'd never find. ...
That craving, that need to be wanted and loved, was what had made her such
easy prey for Eric Leben and had led her ... Now she was cautious, wary of being
|Because an Optimist doesn't like to hurt feelings so the Encouraging Spouse |
has a tough time delivering bad news. Even if Optimists don't ... It's lovely, your
spouse affirms, but you suspect he or she feels differently. You really want your ...
|As the cousins grew out of childhood, Mr. Devereux found it necessary to alter his |
plan of educating them together. ... his only companion, and the natural
consequence of their being thus thrown together, was a growing affection for
each other. ... But not unchecked did young Ponsonby permit himself to indulge
in this sweet intoxication ; severely did he take ... Yet was it long before the youth
would admit the painful, humiliating truth, that his first love was extinguished, or
had never ...
|Sickness had not emaciated the face, nor pain disturbed the features. ... The |
affectionate animal had reached forward to lick the cheek of the boy, but its
coldness prevented-a repetition ; and he ... Nevertheless, his piccc has merit, and
if he will get some literary friend to prune it properly it may hereafter find a ... I."
had better take anolhcr Walk on the Battery. .... of the society of his lovely bride
so soon, and under suchcircumstances, may be more easily conceived than
described : and ...
|Preventing and curing " the great evil'' is as easy asjs keeping love inviolate. ... |
own and others affections, purse- proud parents interdicting their children's love
marriages, consorts alienating each other, ... For a like reason just think how'mo.
mentous, far-reaching and terrible the results of rupturing marital affection. ... But
It* mental and moral injuries are far its worst. ... observation confirms Thus all
healthy womeu are much more loving, lovely, soft, tender, bewitching, fond of
|They will do nothing out of a spirit of contention, or vain-glory, but in lowliness of |
mind will ejlcem others better than themselves ... The word rendered in our
translation, vaunteth itself, bears other significations! nor is the proper meaning,
as I can find, settled ; but in every ... It is hard to be angry with those we love, but
very easy to drop our resentments, and be reconciled. ... Negatively ; " It rejoiceth
not in iniquity ;" it takes no pleasure in doing injury or hurt to any ; it thinketh not
evil of any ...
|'tis but ambition's pride, A fancied smooth though troubled tide, In which men sow |
too oft in vain For pleasure, reaping ... he starved to death, from her own
breast, has generally been adduced as the noblest recorded instance of filial
affection ; but the ... Oh ! fond love's Impressions are never forgot, Though in this
wide world we are given to roam ; There's not in our ... Urged on thy fleet career ;
By native buoyancy impell'd, Thy easy flight was smoothly held Along the silent