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|For to act well the part that is allotted to us, that indeed is ours to do, but to |
choose it is another s. ... But they retain the power of wriggling, of fighting with
their star or against it, and in the whole universe the only really interesting
movement is ... Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von Only by joy and sorrow does a
person know anything about themselves and their destiny. They learn what to do
and what to avoid.
|How Facing Your Own Fears and Challenges Can Inspire You A F Chew ... ”—|
Andrew Carnegie ' “Only by joy and sorrow does a person know anything about
themselves and their destiny. They learn what to do and what to avoid. ”—Johann
|Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von The person who in shaky times also wavers only |
increases the evil, but the person of firm decision fashions the universe. ...
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von Only by joy and sorrow does a person know
anything about themselves and their destiny. They learn what to do and what to
|“Wrong is wrong no matter who does it or who says it” (Malcolm X). ... “Only by joy |
and sorrow does a person know anything about themselves and their destiny.
They learn who to do and what to avoid” (Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe). “Weigh
|O ! what abnndant reason have I to bless God for saving me from a dreadful fate, |
and reserving me for this hour of true ... Silknce ! only through thy portals, Where
the heaven-rays softly lie, Cometh unto earth-bound mortals Thought and
aspiration high. ... Trust imparts — our will resigning Unto His, by whom are sent
Life's great lessons — joy and sorrow, Learning which, ... They separated
themselves from the common people, or avoided the contaet of those they ealled
sinners, with a ...
|The remark is often made of our most distinguished scholars and orators, that |
they are drones and dullards in the social circle. ... to have one, must ever be the
principal scene of entertainment and vexation, moral conflict and victory, joy and
sorrow. ... power is to learn to lay aside one's natural selfishness, and to feel that
for the time being you are only an integral part ... once suffered from their
misbehavior can shun them for the future In the latter, people moet for the
express purpose of ...
|The Language of Joy and Sorrow. ... This is shadowed forth by the fact that at |
least in the English language the words to express what is good and pleasurable,
are ... for every stage of wo ; let the crime be the blackest, we can give it a name ;
let the cup be the bitterest, we can tell of the very lees. ... of the Spirit-world, they
must learn first to develop harmony in their own organism, and then to live in
accordance with its beautiful laws. ... All possess within themselves germs of a
|How much extra nnhappiuess do people give themselves by prolonging the |
misery of saying last words a dozen times ! Is it that they like to see sorrow written
in each other's faoes, and observe bow well it can be stifled f There is an ... they.
Their ambition is bounded by a good vintage, a good harvest; a fine festa is their
greatest joy j to dance the Tarantella their ... if any trouble would be too great, "
any lesson too difficult to learn," which would help them to fill worthily so high a
|Burning slums and five-star hotels, romantic love and prison agonies, criminal wars and Bollywood films, spiritual gurus and mujaheddin guerrillas---this huge novel has the world of human experience in its reach, and a passionate love for ...|
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1879
|_ _ a to worship, bringing sweeter and subtler incense than be their true. |
meaning, not condemning other intcrpre- ' ,outiits of ... The attempt to picture this
scene in the mind is only a trifle better than the attempt to represent it by drawings
and ... if that Destiny is irrevocably tixed, then the knowledge of it would but cast a
gloom over our lives; and all joy and hope and .... Tiie song they sing is a new
song; a song which no one can learn but they who have been redeemed from the