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|_ Passion! Oh, how bitter, how malign, how cruel it has been! but there never |
would be patience in the world if there were not passion. A man that has no
passion has no patience; for patience is passion tamed. The man that has no
temper is ...
|... in the class of mammalia. He has the bones and blood, the eyes and ears and |
brains, the appetites and the passions, of the animal ... His passion, developed
by discipline, made him patient, for patience is passion tamed. Augustine the
|“Patience is passion tamed,” wrote the latenineteenth and earlytwentiethcentury |
progressive Congregationalist clergyman Lyman Abbott, who also confessed a
fondness for flowersbut notfordirt, preferring to buyratherthan growhisblooms.
|Hopkins “Patience is so like fortitude that she seems either her sister or her |
daughter.” — Aristotle “Patience is power; with time and patience the mulberry
leaf becomes a silk gown.” — Chinese proverb “Patience is passion tamed.” —
|No man can be patient who has not strong passions, for patience is passion |
tamed. He who says, "I know no fear," is no hero. No man knows courage unless
he does know fear, and has that in him which is superior to fear, and conquers it ;
|Patience I repeat, is the biggest virtue. 5: Patience is passion tamed, and to |
develop patience one has to spend time on keeping quiet, stilling the mind. V:
You are absolutely right, keeping quiet. That is the toughest thing. Time
management is ...
|Quotes. about. Patience. from. QuotationsBook.com. Patience is passion tamed. - |
Abbott, Lyman Our real blessings often appear to us in the shape of pains, losses
and disappointments; but let us have patience and we soon shall see them in ...
|Patience strengthens the spirit, sweetens the temper, stifles anger, extinguishes |
envy, subdues pride, bridles the tongue, ... Henry W. Beecher Patience and delay
achieve more than force and rage. ... Brian Adams Patience is passion tamed.
|The Importance of Patience in my Beliefs "Patience is passion tamed." ~Lyman |
Abbott. "Adopt the pace of nature; her secret is patience.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
. “I do not mind lying, butIhate inaccuracy.” ~Samuel Butler I was asked by ...
|S: Patience is passion tamed, and to develop patience one has to spend time on |
keeping quiet, stilling the mind. V: You are absolutely right, keeping quiet. That is
the toughest thing. Time management is not applying one's energy to most ...