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|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
|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 ...
|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 :
|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 ...
|Every spouse needs to get a lock on patience, but this quality seems to be |
especially challenging for the Take-Charge Spouse. Relative to the other ... in
your marriage. As Edmund Burke said, Our patience will achieve more than our
|Anne C. Dotson, Karen Dotson. Our patience will achieve more than our force. |
Edmund Burke Tolerant Willing to accept persons and opinions that are different.
Projects to do together: Plant a tree together and talk about how long it will ...
|... the best polish g) everything comes to him who waits h) hard work brings its |
reward i) have patience, Cossack you will ... does it t) little strokes fell great oaks
u) our patience will achieve more than our force v) patience and application will ...
|George Eliot To lose patience is to lose the battle. Gandhi Our patience will |
achieve more than our force. Edmund Burke Beware the fury of a patient man
. John Dryden Go not for every grief to the physician, for every quarrel to the ...
|Our patience will achieve more than our force, wrote the eighteenth-century |
British stateman Edmund Burke. He might have added that patience is itself a
force. Women's outstanding aptitude for this gritty perseverance will serve them
well in ...