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|Extreme hopes are born from extreme misery. - Russell, Bertrand Hope is the |
most sensitive part of a poor wretch's soul; whoever raises it only to torment him
is behaving like the executioners in Hell who, they say, incessantly renew old ...
|Extreme hopes are born of extreme misery. - Bertrand Russell Every area of |
trouble gives out a ray of hope, and the one unchangeable certainty is that
nothing is certain or unchangeable. - John F. Kennedy Hope is an adventure, a
|“ExtrEmE hopEs arE born of ExtrEmE misEry.” —bertrand russell, Unpopular |
Essays “Why?” seems to be on the lips of many church, judicatory, and
denominational leaders today. “Why has our church plateaued?” “Why are so few
|You are meant to stand out. You are marked with a distinction that sets you apart |
from others and makes you steer differently through this world. EXODUS 1:15–16
Extreme hopes are born of extreme misery. BERTRAND RUSSELL ...
|The natural flights of the human mind are not from pleasure to pleasure, but from |
hope to hope. ... G. K. Chesterton Jean Kerr Samuel Johnson Emily Dickinson
Chinese proverb Russian proverb Extreme hopes are born of extreme misery.
|—Julia Alvarez, In the Time of Butterflies1 Gerald Ribeiro's life bears out the |
observation “Extreme hopes are born of extreme misery.”2 Born and bred in New
Bedford, Massachusetts, Gerald reflected about his past, “you can't get any more
|I remember a kind of aphorism I read: If the sky falls, you can hope to catch larks. |
It is sort of like saying that with ... Perhaps a more realistic perception of the
Haven is that extreme hopes are born of extreme misery. Whatever, here it stands
|Hope is the anchor of the soul. As Bertrand Russell once wrote, "Extreme hopes |
are born of extreme misery."1 I realize that you have suffered and through that
suffering has been forged the strength of character for the next steps. While they ...
|Extreme hopes are born of extreme misery, and in such a world hopes could only |
be irrational. I think the great states to which we are accustomed would break up,
and the sparse survivors would revert to a primitive village economy. The third ...
|... Self-pity • Misery • Gloom • Discomfort • Anguish • Desperation • Hopelessness |
• Anger • Unworthiness • Discouragement • Mortification • Sadness I do not want
to spend my life feeling these emotions day after day. Extreme hopes are born ...