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|She didn't have to spend all her time traveling the world and comforting the weak |
and heavy laden. ... princess, she is remembered saying, and I quote, 'I think the
biggest disease this world suffers from is the disease of people feeling unloved.
|I believe that everyone needs that - Diana, Princess of Wales I love to hold |
people's hands when I visit hospitals, even though they are ... Diana, Princess of
Wales I think the biggest disease this world suffers fromis people feeling unloved.
|The People's Princess Lisa Owings. “I think the biggest disease this world suffers |
from. . . is the disease of people feeling unloved, and I know that I can give love.”
Diana. 1961–1997 k y , '“' ABDO Publishing Company.
|I enjoyed being thought of as presidential material. Yet it wasn't enough to get me |
to run —Bill Bradley (some 9 years prior to his presidential candidacy) I think the
biggest disease this world suffers from is the disease of people feeling unloved ...
|Her private life, people were so much interested in, was approached, not only in |
Great Britain, as a typical life of an average woman. ... her visit in a London
hospice she said "The biggest disease this world suffers from [is] people feeling
unloved"6. ... "I think, British people need someone in public love to give affection
, to make them fell important, to support them, to give them light in their dark
|I think the biggest disease this world suffers fromis people feeling unloved. - |
Diana, Princess of Wales The worst of all diseases is a nervous ability. - Dyson,
Edward Disease is an experience of a so-called mortal mind. It is fear made
|This book investigates the sources and implications of our encounters with suffering in contemporary politics and culture, exploring the forces that determine how suffering matters.|
|In order to obviate so serious an evil. they tacitly agreed- well-bred people |
neverspeak of such things-—to give the Duke. it ... She also entertained the
ambitions and not unnatural desire of being CDTITICLZlrJd with the Orleans
family. .... He at one time labours under the hardships of poverty; at another,
pines away in the infirmity of disease; at another, weeps the ... What Christianity
has most to fear from, is from the cncroschments of an insidious and undermining
fansticlsm—fr0m its ...
|In his most irreverent novel yet, Ryu Murakami creates a rivalry of epic proportions between six aimless youths and six tough-as-nails women who battle for control of a Tokyo neighborhood.|