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Lorraine A. Darconte - 2001 - Preview
|iff. %. Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better. — |
Samuel Beckett, playwright, novelist (1906-1989) Stumbling is not falling. —
Portuguese proverb '% 102 # Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what.
|DL Curatilo/Zieminski, a single parent, had already raised her two sons; now, in her early fifties, she was faced with raising her infant grandson Zackery as a single grandparent.|
|~Martin Luther King, Jr.~ Keep one's eyes on your destination, not on where you |
stumbled. ~African Proverb~ Stumbling is not a falling. ~African Proverb from
Haiti~ Fall down seven times, rise up eight. ~Japanese Proverb~ A just man falls
|I don't know how many days drunken and dry, besotted, rambling and falling, I |
was there on the mesa. ... Along the dry stream, the dry gully, I made my way, not
stumbling so, not falling so much, into the town at dusk past the school, the plaza,
|Though the odds between us be great, it is not to be hidden that I wot how ye of |
the Wolf know of privy passes into ... on Silver-dale: thus shall hand help foot, so
that stumbling be not falling; and we may well hope that our rede shall thrive.
|So you may not think that the persons will therefore be condemned, who have not |
so mortified their appetites as I say that I ... way of God; and after having entered
upon it, falling and rising, stumbling and not falling, everything goes well for us.
|The intimate and sometime startling account of Fischman's spiritual journey and the encounter that changed his life forever.|
|from time to time because I have a tendency to get down on myself when I am my |
narrow, tight self and not my good open ... No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail
better. —Samuel Beckett Stumbling is not falling. —Portuguese proverb help you
|see "of," No. 1. Mark xi. 8, (in a.v. 1611, "of.") See also, afar, break, cast, cut, fall |
FAR, PUT, PUTTING, REND, SEE* SHAKE, SMITE, TAKE, WAY, WIPe' ... airpoa-
KoiTTO's, not stumbling, not causing to stumble • or Pass., not falling into sin.