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|I have to. planning afund-raising run across Canada; he completed two thirds of |
his 'Marathon of Hope' Terry Fox 1958–81 Canadian runner ... English poet: An
Essay on Man Epistle 1 (1733) 13 He who has never hoped can never despair.
|Nil desperandum. Never despair. Horace 65–8 BC: Odes Hope springs eternal in |
the human breast: Man never Is, but always To be blest. ... not the struggle
naught availeth' (1855) He who has never hoped can never despair. George
|Carve a tunnel of hope through the dark mountain of disappointment. — Martin |
Luther King, Jr. 3. He that lives upon hope will die fasting. — Benjamin Franklin 4.
He who has never hoped can never despair. — G.B.Shaw 5. Where there's life ...
|little Egyptian rat, that is the very word to make him walk out alone into the city |
and leave us here to be cut to pieces. ... We are all dogs at your heels; but we
have served you faithfully. ... He who has never hoped can never despair. Caesar
, in ...
|Publilius Syrus The louder he talked of his honor, the faster we counted our |
spoons. Ralph Waldo Emerson Honor does not have to be defended. Robert J.
Sawyer Be ... Epicurus He who has never hoped can never despair. George
|Russell, Bertrand Hope is the most sensitive part of a poor wretch's soul; whoever |
raises it only to torment him is behaving like the executioners in Hell who, they
say, ... Shakespeare, William He who has never hoped can never despair.
|Quotations—Hope springs eternal in the human breast (Alexander Pope), What |
is hope? nothing but the paint on the face of Existence (Lord Byron), He who has
never hoped can never despair (G. B. Shaw), Hitch your wagon to a star ...
|He who has never hoped can never despair. Hope is a waking dream. When |
living under the clouds of adversity, shining. Hope is stronger than fear. Believe
in miracles, but don't depend upon them. Whoever lives by hope will die by
|(273) A few minutes later, when the forces threaten totake him and his troops, |
Apollodorus asks him, “Does Caesar despair,” and Caesar's answer contains the
essence oftheShavian hero: Caesar: [with infinite pride] He who has never hoped
|The late Cecil Chesterton has left it on record that when he, as a young nobody, |
met the already famous Shaw, he was ... The most famous single passage in his
dramatic work, Caesar's "He who has never hoped can never despair," is praised