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|I keep the telephone of my mind open to peace, harmony, health, love, and |
abundance. Then, whenever doubt ... Bandler, Richard No mind, however loving,
could bear to see plainly into all the recess of another mind. - Bennett, Thomas A.
|Jean de Boufflers "God gave us memories that we might have roses in December|
." — J.M. Barrie "In ... William Faulkner MIND "No mind, however loving, could
bear to see plainly into all the recesses of another mind." — Arnold Bennett "We ...
|Wish You Were Here Jim McCann. “No mind, however loving, could bear to see |
plainly into all the recesses of another mind.” liq -ARN OLD BENNETT ' I Maybe
ix-nay on the int-spay talk for now?
|However we may connect in our own minds the ideas of architecture and |
architectural ornament, it becomes ... the mullions, the canopied niches, the
buttresses, the corbels, the crockets, and finials, all cling to us from first to last,
and it ... Some—and the number is increasing daily-—have delved into this mine
of the dark ages, and have no reason to regret lost time. ... relieved by its
projections and recesses, and say if it do not bear the palm away from that other
one, which appears but ...
|He was a prisoner above two years, and besides | this suffered in his property, |
under pretense of an escape, because the ... He was pleased to see his friends,
and had often a word of tender advice to them, especially to the youth for whose
... their minds participated together, of the influence of heavenly good ; to live in
love, and the Lord of love would bless them, ... To another he thus expressed
himself: "My heart is united to thee, and to all faithful Friends, as Jonathan's was
|King David in his old age discovered the cause of all degeneration in family life. |
... In her deepest recesses there lives or slumbers, however hidden, an
inextinguishable longing after God. ... of the world, the fact of a never-ending
longing after God, " if haply they might feel after God and find Him," plainly shows
itself. ... No matter how low in the scale of humanity, how ... the poor Indian!
whose untutored mind Sees God in clouds, or bears Him in the wind; His soul
proud science never ...
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1876
|To fit a carpet nicely to all the corners and little recesses in any room may often |
necessitate some waste. especially if there are ... of the room—it can be taken up
with greater ease, as frequently as may be deemed necessary, and requires no
special skill to replace it. ... Now let us see what new reasons can be adduced on
the other side of the question to offset these. In ... by the doors, and around the
mouldings: but bear in mind that a carpet often requires r-utting to match the
|A heathen has a grave potentiality all his own ; he is dimly connected in one's |
mind with an abstraction alleged to be his Soul, which une is ... When one visits
Nippon, however, they cease to be possible on any but extraordinary lines, and
difficult at that. ... In another recess stand the curious vessels of iron and clay and
bamboo for the tea-ceremony. ... It is of the coarsest mould, and there are even
stones in it ; but one can see quite plainly about it the finger-marks of the maker
with their ...
|Though sometimes when the day is o'er, This buoyant heart seems light no more, |
And tears are on these eyelids hung That sadness from ... Father in heaven thy
will be done — Thou scourgest each accepted son, E'en with the rod of love —
Our pangs on earth below the skies, Will ... nil to know, That high in heaven and
here below, Thou orderest all things well. ... Besides it is a fatal mistake, that any
sinful indulgence of body or mind can produce more than a momentary pleasure.
|Ghosts, spectres and demons, are treated by one and all as mere chimeras, — |
names. The veriest coward hesitates not then to affirm that he would, at the
gloomiest hour of night, penetrate into the sacred recesses of the ruined Abbey,