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|Make the workmanship surpass the materials. -Ovid What is now reason was |
formerly impulse or instinct. -Ovid What is without periods of rest will not endure. -
Ovid Happy are those who dare courageously to defend what they love.
|“Happy are those who dare courageously to defend what they love.” Ovid Roman |
Poet, BC 43– c. AD 18 Two days later Durovigutum, Britannia “Adrenia, my dear.
It's time to wake up.” Longa's voice drifted into Adrenia's foggy consciousness.
|Let the Human Spirit Awaken in the Presence of Trees (Large Print 16pt) Joan |
Klostermann-Ketels. PROTECTIVE “Happy are those who dare courageously to
defend what they love.” —OVID— FRIGHTENED “Quiet minds cannot be
|Noble, Alex If you feel you have a film that's valid, you stick your ass on the line. - |
Nolte, Nick Educated risks are the key to success. - Olsten, William Happy are
those who dare courageously to defend what they love. -Ovid Daring is not safe ...
Norris J. Lacy - 2010 - 136 pages
|When the queen heard that they had arrived, she had never been as happy as |
she was at their coming; and she said to a maiden with her, “Since these ... “Now
mador accuses me of murder, but there's no knight here courageous enough to
dare defend me against him. ... “lady,” he said, “may God forsake me if you ever
have help from me; for since you've taken from me the man I love above all others
|higher than its source, and if Art of any kind be in a low state it is because the |
people are not sufficiently educated to demand ... but indirectly in the persons of
her ministers she does so as they stand unreproved for having " with lies made
the heart of ... what must we of the Stage think when the few courageous priests
who dare to defend us are ostracised for so doing ? ... and the secluded prayer of
the monk, are also the root of what yet remains vital and happy among European
|Actually, the Leo/Monkey is more courageous for others than for himself. He |
doesn't tolerate seeing those he loves hurt or mistreated. Although he is not
particularly aggressive, when it comes to defending a friend he will lay
hislifeonthe line. ... They admire people whostickup fortheir rightsand who dare to
buck the system. ... They love tospeculate about people's motives. ... sorting
outchaos, and mostof all the Leo/Monkeyenjoys watching those he lovessmile
bigbroad happy smiles.
|Hardly do I dare bring forward among the benefits which ought to incite us to |
these duties that glory of which (he world thinks so ... It would then be the time
most openly to declare for it, and the most firmly to defend its cause. ... forces us
to consecrate our mouths to it, and those of our people, courageously to support
its cause, boldly preaching its word without fear. ... He adds, in the second place,
that they did it also from love ; " knowing that I am set for the defence of the
gospel j" by ...
|I have come," added the queen, " to beg your majesty to grant Prussia a more |
favorable peace. ... How could you dare to wage war against me ? ... which we
had sworn to observe, we refused to desert our ally for the sake of our own profit,
but courageously drew the sword to protect his and ... They love their king, their
country — " " And above all their august queen," interrupted Napoleon, who
wished to put an end to this appeal, ... Happy those who are permitted to bear
your chains !
|Those wreaths are faded now, and dead, And scattered on the plain; Those |
happy times, alas! are fled, And ne'er return again ... wife, or friend, Courageously
flies to the dangers of war, _His country and king to defend ; His heart burns for
victory, ... dare for to meet us once more, Like lightning to our quarters we'll fly,
Like thunder in the air our great guns they shall ... We drink a good health to our
kind loving wives, And each pretty girl that's constant and true : Now this is the
way that we ...