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|“He escapes the unhuman condition of godly pride and fiendish despair and dies |
in the truly human estate, between the bittersweet extremes of passion, joy, and
grief.” I think that Ann would have understood the story. By understanding our ...
|Inside the Broken Heart is for anyone who has ever grieved the death of a spouse and asked 'why?' The book meets the reader at a spiritual place reserved specifically for widows and widowers.|
|“Mrs. Gunther's earlier will which had been drawn up by Mr. Dennison left her half |
of the estate to your father, and her ... I had the feeling she wanted to make a
statement, even though she understood your father would most likely change it. ...
In the days since she died, it occurred to me that grief was comparable in its
intensity to the joy when Cass and Ian were born, but it was the other side of the
|... who understood not the language of Canaan, neither would they be persuaded|
, but continued their old language to the grief of my soul. This made me look back
both with grief and joy, reflecting, on my natural estate, whose image I saw in ...
|The sacred music of a tender strain Wrung from a poet's heart by grief and pain, |
And chanted timidly with doubt and fear To busy crowds that ... The kindly plans
devised for others' good, So seldom guessed, so little understood, The quiet,
steadfast love that strove to win ... and, whenever he found a bare place on his
estate, he would plant one of them, that a tree might spring up to brighten the
|No account of his grief could he be induced to give, only he solicited an interview |
with Amelia as soon as she was ... A joy so pure bathed her soul, that she could
not doubt but that Providence had sent Henry to be her husband. ... He
understood that she would die if he repulsed her; and yet, ... The marriage took
place a few days afterwards; it was celebrated on an estate belonging to Amelia,
a few z 2 ...
|My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations. ... IH WAIVERS |
temptations : " not merely temptations of Satan IBJ&fll and sin, as the word is now
generally understood. The word which St. James uses has a far wider meaning,
and comprehends all those trials of " mind, body, and estate," ... It brings tears,
and pain, and grief; but, considered in its purpose, its aspect is altogether altered.
|But he had sensitivity, too, and tenderness, and he wasn't afraid of those qualities |
He understood me. ... Clark's will, dated September 19, 1955, and admitted to
probate December 9, 1961, left an estate calculated in 1964 at $1,464,866 ... 14
As she finally held their child, experiencing "such a mixture of grief and gratitude,
of unbearable sadness and great joy," Kathleen could once again feel Clark's ...
|As often as he could escape from Hildesheim he hurried to Heidelberg, to pass a |
few days of mingled grief and joy. ... before him as did Ithica from Ulygses, it will
easily be understood that he paid little attention to the management of his estate.
|As often as he could escape from Hil- desheim he hurried to Heidelberg, to pass |
a few days of mingled grief and joy. ... him as did Ithaca from Ulysses, it will easily
be understood that he paid little attention to the management of his estate.
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