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|Little by little, through patience and repeated effort, the mind will become stilled in |
the Self. - Bhagavad Gita Patience. A minor form of despair disguised as a virtue.
- Bierce, Ambrose Nature thrives on patience; man on impatience. - Boese ...
|Paul Boese said, “Nature thrives on patience; man on impatience.” Armed with a |
stack of wallpaper samples, a new bottle of Instant Age Varnish glaze and Paul's
words on my mind, I went to work. Setting aside my impatience and need for ...
Connie Robertson - 1998 - 669 pages
|1370 In the mind and nature of a man a secret is an ugly thing, like a hidden |
physical defect. 1371 Seven Gothic Tales 'The Dreamers' What is ... BOESEPaul
1381 Nature thrives on patience; man on impatience. BOETHIUS 476-524 1382
Connie Robertson - 1998 - 400 pages
|598 When a man comes to me for advice, I find out the kind of advice he wants, |
and I give it to him. 599 When a man gets talking about himself, ... colour of the
wind. BOESE Paul 617 Nature thrives on patience; man on impatience. 28 ...
|Patience. and. Compassion. -L o everything there is a season, and a time to |
every purpose under the heaven," says the preacher in ... One writer huffily
declared in a Reader's Digest issue that "Nature thrives on patience; man on
|Bob Levey, The Washington Post This would be a fine world if all men showed as |
much patience all the time as they do while they're waiting for fish to bite.
Vaughan Monroe Nature thrives on patience; man on impatience. Paul Boese we
|When the mind is tranquil, the other graces of the Spirit thrive. Impatience keeps |
them in a doubtful state ; but patience strengthens, adorns, and enlivens them. It
is requisite, also, ... Hence, it is the very opposite of that proud, contentious spirit
which is natural to depraved man, and constitutes at once his guilt and his misery
|If a man does not bear, and curb himof whom he ask'd, How such extraordinary |
NA vapeace and quietness was-preserv'd ... Patience is the '5 precious iewel of
the heart; impatience '3 is its ruin and destruction. ... Heanswer'd, If the emperor is
pa*' tient, theempirewill be free from troubles. u If kingsare patient, they will thrive.
... Such is the nature of virtue, there is no man but is sensible of' its beauty.
|It will not do to allow the soil to go uncultivated because man, like Mother Earth, |
harbors within his bosom thorns and thistles which will succeed and thrive best in
soil neglected by the husbandman. So it is necessary that ... Neither should a
person he impatient because he can not see or live any higher than he does.
This patience is one of the hardest things to develop in one's nature. When we
are doing ...
|Here we dare admit such things, dare even to honor the confident patience with |
which men endure and thrive while living ... His birthright endowment is a
primordial deficit, a deficit that is part of his nature, a deficit that defies remedy, a
lostness that defies saving, as though a man is allotted a ... Sigmund Freud never
directed to men that famous vexed and impatient question, "What do women want