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|Chapter. Two. Learn. to. hear. God's. voice. It appears I am destined for |
something; I will live It appears I am destined for something; I will live. Robert
Clive Robert Clive Give unto the LORD, O you mighty ones, give unto the LORD
glory and ...
|I believe that you control your destiny, that you can be what you want to be. You |
can also stop and say, No, I won't do it, I won't behave his way anymore. I'm
lonely ... Chiang Kai-Shek, Madame It appears I am destined for something; I will
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|I will have to live with the irreplaceable fact that all the time I had is now lost, and |
there is nothing that I can do to change my condition. ... I am left thinking, feeling,
and hoping that something will be destined for me now and in the future.
|And, yes, I am guilty of taking advantage of his kindness more than anyone else. |
... I was on the tractor, and I felt as though something had just entered my body.
It was a feeling of ... That is something I will have to live with for as long as I live.
|In the future, I will make every effort to be there for them and not make excuses for |
myself. I refuse to leave them a legacy of pain, ... How I live this life I've been
given and who I am in the living of it means something to me. I do not like who I
|I live each life anew within myself. (Will-o'-the-wisps appear.) ARKADINA. It's one |
of those decadent things. TREPLEV. (Imploringly and reproachfully.) Mother!
NINA. I'm alone. ... I am destined to conquer, and when I do, matter and spirit will
merge in glorious harmony and the kingdom of universal freedom will be born.
|Now mother's memory can torment us no longer. ... was quiet for a long moment |
before answering, I feel regret that I could not make this flawed place into
something perfect. ... I feel regret that I am forced to live in this terribly imperfect
|He cleared his throat and raised his hand. I'm okay. After several seconds, his |
eyes drifted back to mine. I had to endure twenty years of being trapped
underground. You have no idea how something like that can destroy a man's will