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|Sally Ann Berk. Be true to your teeth and they won't be false to you. ... ——Rabbi |
Nacliman ofBretslav Never trust the man who tells you all his troubles but keeps
from you all his joys. Miracles sometime occur, but one has to work terribly hard ...
|Picasso, Pablo It is an equal failing to trust everybody, and to trust nobody. - |
Proverb, English Never trust the man who tells you all his troubles but keeps from
you all his joys. - Proverb, Jewish She knew how to trust people... a rare quality, ...
|QuotationsBook.com. What soap is for the body, tears are for the soul. - Proverb, |
Jewish Never trust the man who tells you all his troubles but keeps from you all
his joys. - Proverb, Jewish I felt sorry for myself because I had no shoes -- until I ...
|Much deserved on his part, and equally remembered by Don Pedro: He hath |
borne himself beyond the promise of his age; ... of a lamb, the feats of a lion : he
hath, indeed, better bettered expectation, than you must expect of me to tell you
how. ... a pears much joy in him; even so much, that gay cou d not show itself
modest enough, without a dge of bitterness. ... It is so, indeed; he is no less than a
stufi'ed man :l] but for the stufling,-Well, we are all mortal. ... You will never run
|rC>o\-~c>-w.ow\| oo owithis reason a man will leave his f You will be the fof many |
nations. ... me. f continues through all name for your love and your f, in your f and
righteousness Let love and f never leave you; ... Through love and fsin is atoned
for Love and f keep a king safe; and fthe sash around his waist. in fa man will sit
on ... Have nothing to do with a f charge ''You shall not give I' testimony but a f
witness tells lies. .... A wise son brings joy to his f, there is no joy for the f of a fool.
|Your female friends, though gayest of the 8“ 7 “ Shall sex: you happy, and shall, |
sighing, say, “ While smother'd envy rises in ... Come, then, my mistress, and my
wife; for she, “Who trusts my honour is the wife for me ; “ Your slave, your
husband, and ... and that cannot cloy ;— A living joy, that shall its spirits keep,
When every beauty fades, and all the passions sleep. ... statesman, or the
philosopher, are, perhaps, charactcrs which we may never act in; but the dying
man is one PART III.
|But with love, understanding and patience you will walk in the light and path of |
marriage and outsiders will see you as perfectly matched and compatible ... Ifyou
can have love from a man and experienced the joy in life then you are ok to a
greater extent. ... A graceful woman is one who is satisfied with what her husband
can provide them with according to his means. ... When you proposed to her and
she was telling us the good news, she stunned us by telling us all about marriage
. But ...
|His former troubles seemed to make the present more bright. He was beginning |
to regard his young master with less fear and a feeling of strong attachment for
Judge Houston made him faithful and earnest in his work. ... “I wish you to keep
yourself tidy while you work for us ... He had never had such nice clothes before,
and as he stood there gazing at the new suit, as if it had come down from the
heavenly world, all unconsciously he murmured, “Now I can act the gentleman
|It is Christ the Lord who speaks to us, and says, as He said to his disciples so |
long ago, " I am with you alway. ... Great joy ? " Could it be so when they had just
seen their Lord and Master taken right away from them ? Never more would they
... even the angels bad come and told them so ; and though Ho would return
again, what could make up to them for all the time Ho ... It was a sad sight, the
withered hand of the man in the Capernaum synagogue; but what a blessed sight
when he ...
|But, my life, you shall never stay half so long from me again; you shan't indeed, |
by this kiss you shan't. Ve'r. No, no ... I told him I was married to put an end to his
love and my trouble; but to whom, is yet a secret kept from him and all the world.
... But have you his cabinet of jewels safe? part not with a seed-pearl to him, to
keep him from starving. ... Man. How's this? Why, she makes love likes devil in a
play ; and in this darkness, which conceals her angel's face, if I were apt to be