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|The difficulties, which they rather had eluded than escaped, meet them again in |
their course; they multiply and thicken on them ; they ... Your mob can do this as
well at least as your assemblies. ... Our patience will achieve more than our force.
|Henry W. Beecher Patience and delay achieve more than force and rage.... — |
Jean La Fontaine ... Lao-tzu You must grow in patience when you meet with great
wrongs, and they will be powerless to vex your mind.... — Leonardo da Vinci You
|Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. Our patience will achieve more than our force. - Burke, |
Edmund Patience will achieve more than force. - Burke, Edmund It is not
necessary for all men to be great in action. The greatest and sublimest power is
|That this work in Afghanistan and Iraq goes on illustrates well the principle that |
power alone can but rarely produce policy ... in light of the French Revolution, he
wrote of a powerful Britain that "our patience will achieve more than our force.
|“Patience,” Edmund Burke declared, “will achieve more than force.” The almighty |
God could demand and receive obedience by force, as many people mistakenly
think the God of the Old Testament must have behaved. They look at texts such ...
|You'll experience joy and victory, and the end to your story will be so much |
greater than if you had jumped past God's timing. Remember, your patience will
achieve more than your human force. Allow God's mighty force to work in your
|... to him who waits Fr: hard work brings its reward have patience, Cossack you |
will come to be a hetman he that can stay, ... dogged that does it little strokes fell
great oaks our patience will achieve more than our force patience and
|This way of thinking undercut what Burke believed were the most important |
foundations of political society: religion and tradition. Burke argued that
dangerous ... Our patience will achieve more than our force.”24 Edmund Burke (
|Patience Our patience will achieve more than our force. (Edmund Burke) |
Patience is the key to contentment. (Prophet Mohammad) The author here
wishes to highlight that patience, a virtue is the second treasure valued by Lao
Tzu. Patience ...
|PATIENCE — see Faith, Genius, Hope. Our patience will achieve more than our |
force. 3937 Burke: Reflections on the Revolution in France, 1790. There is,
however, a limit at which forbearance ceases to be a virtue. 3938 Burke :