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|A springing joy, A pleasure, which no language can express, An ecstasy, that |
mothers only feel, Plays round my heart, and brightens up my sorrow, Like
gleams of sunshine in a low'ring sky. Philips. ... Joys are our wings, sorrows are
|JOY. Laughter is not rejoicing ; man is the merriest of all created animals ; the |
most profound joy has more of gravity than gaiety in it ; joys are our wings;
sorrows, our spurs; the soul's calm sunshine ; we lose the peace of years, when
we seek ...
|Joy is kin to sorrow. Rec. dist.: N.C. 8. Joy is the best wine. Rec. dist.: Ont. 9. Joy |
which we cannot share with others is only half enjoyed. Rec. dist.: Minn. 10. Joys
are our wings; our sorrows, our spurs. Rec. dist.: Miss. 11. Let yourjoys be many ...
|When we speak of joy it is not something we are after, but something that will |
come to us when we are after God and duty. — Horace BushneU. Joys are our
wings ; sorrows our spurs. — Richter. The soul's calm snnshine, and the heartfelt
|Spencer, JOYS AND SORROWS. Joys are our wings, sorrows are our spurs. |
Eiclder. JOSHUA— a Type of Christ. If we look upon Joshua as the " minister of
Moses," he is even in that a type of Christ, the " minister of the circumcision for the
|Be Time and Life ever so vain and leave us ever so empty, yet existence without. |
immortality would be the greatest nothing ofall that it otfeis. Joys are our wings,
sorrows our spurs. Folly! an important point in the knowledge of man! Follies are
|Mother Teresa Rejoice in your strength, rejoice in your talents and powers, |
rejoice in the wonders of your own nature. For there is far more in you than you
ever dreamed.... — Christian D. Larson Joys are our wings; sorrows our spurs.
|Fr. Pr. Joke at your leisure ; ye kenna wha may jibe yourser. Sc. Pr. Joke with a ... |
Joy descends gently upon us like the evening dew, and does not patter down like
a hailstorm. Jean Paul. ... Joys are our wings, sorrows are our spurs. 50 Jean ...
|Eileen Stukane "Great joy, especially after a sudden change of circumstances, is |
apt to be silent, and dwells rather in the heart than on the tongue." — Henry
Fielding "Joys are our wings, sorrows our spurs." — Jean Paul "Unexplained joy
|(Swami Rqjeswaranand) Joys are our wings; sorrows our spurs. (Richter) That |
only which doth spring from good is joy; all else is merely pain and shame.
CTirukkural) Joy rather than happiness is the goal of life, for joy is the emotion