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|Don't grumble because roses have thorns, but rather be thankful that thorns have |
roses. Give credit where credit is due: Give thanks to God. — Our Daily Bread He
enjoys much, who is thankful for little; a grateful mind is both a great and a ...
|Cicero calls gratitude the mother of virtues, the most capital of all duties, and uses |
the words grateful and good as synonymous terms, inseparably ... He enjoys
much who is thankful for little ; a grateful mind is both a great and a happy mind.
|God's strong hand is on you; he'll promote you at the right time. Live carefree |
before God; he is most careful with you. He enjoys much who is thankful for little.
– Thomas Secker god, will you please help me? We all reach times 153 Part 2: ...
|Is it not possible for a thankful spirit to find light in darkness ? " He enjoys much |
who is thankful for little. A grateful mind is a great mind." — Seeker. " Instead of
envying one another npon the account of any particular favours and excellence, ...
|which I am simply grateful. Seeker said, "He enjoys much who is thankful for little; |
a grateful mind is both a great and happy mind". So what does this have to do
with stress? Well, for one thing, a moment's thankfulness is, in itself, a Stress ...
|Nobody can be successful if he doesn't love his work, love his job. - Sarnoff, |
David The first essential in a boy's career is to find out what he's fitted for, what
he's most capable of doing ... Sculley, John He enjoys much who is thankful for
|Mesmerized, hypnotized or both by the force of his arguments and the conviction |
with which he delivered them, you ... like Ndeh Ntumazah when he said: He
enjoys much who is thankful for little; a grateful mind is both great and a happy
|THANKFUL—for a Little. He enjoys much Who is thankful for a little—W. SECKER|
. THANKFULNESS.—The Cause of Plato, looking through the dim spectacles
ofnature, gave thanks unto God for three things :—first, that God had created him
|He enjoys much who is thankful for a little. A grateful mind, is 4 great mind. 2. |
There are some things which are pleasant, but not good, as youthful lusts, and
worldly delights. These bees carry honey in their mouths, but they have a sting in
|"He enjoys much who is thankful for a little; a grateful mind is both a great and |
happy mind. " -Thomas Seeker Ears (Hearing, Balance) Mr. Walton had been
diagnosed with Meniere's disease several years ago. He was plagued by