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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
|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 ...
|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 ...
|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 ...
|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.
|His hatred of the Klan seemed to give him renewed vitality. Carl had never ... by |
passionate hatred as he was when the Klan was mentioned. He was surely not ...
"I won't stand by," he said, "and see those fellows 312 MADNESS IN THE HEART
|With both variety in themes, tones and ideals throughout the book, we see the Authors mood swinging rapidly all across the board, as does his love of someone on one page, turn to hatred of him/her on another.The actual 'author' of the book, ...|