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|To the sick, while there is life there is hope. - Cicero, Marcus T. There is a crack in |
everything, that's how the light gets in. - Cohen, Leonard Of all ills that one
endures, hope is a cheap and universal cure. - Cowley, Abraham The darkest
|A message of hope for every day of the year AJBaker. Of all ills that one endures, |
hope is a cheap and universal cure. Abraham Cowley Courage is as often the
outcome of despair as of.
|9 Keeping Hope Alive Of all ills that one endures, hope is a cheap and universal |
cure —Abraham Cowley. A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an
optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty—Winston Churchill. When the sun
|Abraham Cowley: “Of all ills that one endures, hope is a cheap and universal |
cure.” Abraham Lincoln: “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to
speak out and remove all doubt.” Oscar Wilde: “It is better to be beautiful than to
|23 FOR HOPE. Hope, of all ills that men endure, the only cheap and universal |
cure ! fhou captive's freedom ! and thou sick man's health ! (hou loser's vict'ry !
and thou beggar's wealth! thou manna, which from heav'n we eat, to ev'ry taste a
|Hope, of all Ills that Men endure, The only cheap and universal Cure. ... j God |
placed him in heavenly Paradise, and lest he should believe that he had no
Superior, God gave him only one Command, the Observation of which was very
|Connie Troyer Jessica Owens, Kelly Williams. Of all ills that one endures, hope is |
a cheap and universal cure. Abraham Cowley Hope is necessary in every
condition. The miseries of poverty,. 50. □□□ y\i v J s A k\ "\ □>v T.
|Of being ; cure -corroded at the heart ; Assail'd by all the numerous train of ills |
That flesh inherits; till at length worn oat, This ts his consummation ! — Think
again I What, Maiden, canst thou hope from lengthen'd Ufa, But lengthen'd
sorrow? ... If thou didst know the worth of one good deed In life's last hour, thou
would'st not bid me lose The precious privilege, while Ufa endures To do my
|Dr. Frankl felt that there was one opportunity left to the prisoners: to perceive this |
as the final test of their inner strength, ... He saw camp prisoners lose all hope,
and simply stop moving, their bodies no longer feeling the blows of the guards. ...
of you and to rise to the occasion; by doing so, many ills of the mind could be
cured, simply by having a definite purpose. ... And since life asks different things
of each person, there is no universal meaning of life; but rather, the meaning of
life is ...
|A resolute and unostentatious persistence in well-doing cures such evils as are |
curable ; and the occasion of these poems — the annexation ... being over, the
truths of universal application which they contain are not so well expressed as to
entitle them to preservation. ... Milton could not have added to the passage— "
Fiir off Ills coming shone — " one word, without injuring it. ... is a good one. The
exhortation of the Reformer, who stands above, calling on all men to ronie up to
his level, ...