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|Hatred ceases through love. This is an unalterable law. - Buddha Hatred does |
not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule. - Buddha Hatred is
the madness of the heart. - Byron, Lord One of the great disadvantages of hurry is
|Yet, hatred is normal in relationships that involve great interdependency. "Hatred |
is the madness of the heart, Lord Byron said. If we love someone, sooner or later
they break our heart, and hatred fills it even if only for a moment. The prototype ...
|HATE. Hatred is self -punishment. H. Ballon. Envy will ever hate prosperity. M. E. |
Braddon. Hatred is night ; kindness is day. Suhraivardi. Hatred is the madness of
the heart. Byron. Duwdd. Syrus. Bitter hatred is an enemy to repose. Take care ...
|Eldridge Clea ver Hate gets going, it goes round, it gets older and tighter and |
older and tighter, until it holds a person inside it like a fist holds a stick....
Ursula K. ... Florence Scovel Shinn Hatred is the madness of the heart....
George Byron ...
|Hatred confuses life; love harmonizes it. Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it. |
Martin Luther King Jr. Hatred is the cowardʼs revenge for being intimidated.
George Bernard Shaw Hatred is the madness of the heart Lord Byron Love ...
|Hate - 1612. Hatred is a prolonged form of suicide. - Douglas Steve 1613. Hatred |
is madness of the heart. - Byron 1614. Hatred ever kills, love never dies - such is
the vast difference between the two. What is obtained by love is retained for all ...
|HATRED. Men love in haste, but they detest at leisure. Byron. Hannah More said |
to Horace Walpole : " If I wanted to punish an enemy, it should ... like a new and
extraordinary beast of prey bchind the grating, does a real though unarmed
hatred present itself for the first time before a good heart. ... The madness of the
|Learn the tenderness from your heart, it runs faster when you are in trouble, but it |
does not stop when you are completely in peace. Tag: learn, tenderness, heart,
faster The fall oflove is unlike falling in love, because one cannot unlove a rooted
|I want to look more closely at the prison-house of the language of love lying at the |
heart of madness that is violence. ... like the ramshackle walls, their hatred, their
blindness', she indicts the militias who went on an unstoppable killing spree.
|Then one day in the Baptist church I had a frantic sense of how the motherhood |
was torn out of the heart of me, and that my life was worth nothing; I couldn't
continue in a life made meaningless by hatred. I must leave Gabriel behind and