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|As John W. Raper once stated, “Sympathy is never wasted except when you give |
it to yourself.” It is truly in the small things that we do for others that we
demonstrate our love for God. In this way, as we listen, console and encourage,
we will be ...
|—John Moser 319) Sympathy is never wasted on someone else; it is only wasted |
when you give it to yourself. 320) Yesterday is a canceled check and tomorrow is
a promissory note. Only today is cash in hand. 321) If you have one foot in ...
|^OMPASSION Sympathy is never wasted until you give it to yourself. — ]ohn W. |
Raper He who plugs his ears at the cry of the poor, shall also cry himself — but
not be heard. — Proverbs 21:13 To feel much for others, and little for ourselves; ...
|Churchill, Randolph All sympathy not consistent with acknowledged virtue is but |
disguised selfishness. - Coleridge, Samuel Taylor ... Diana, Princess of Wales
Sympathy is never wasted except when you give it to yourself. - Draper, John W.
|Love, betrayal, petty larceny, and high fashion fuel this deliciously comic novel from the author of Fight Club.|
|merely point out to those who have no natural sympathy with literature that |
literature is not the only well. ... (if succeeded I have) in persuading you to admit
to yourself that you are constantly haunted by a suppressed dissatisfaction with
your own ... your ideal by ingeniously planning out a time-table with a pen on a
piece of paper, you had better give up hope at once. ... The next year, the next
day, the next hour are lying ready for you, as perfect, as unspoilt, as if you had
never wasted or ...
|Think how good you feel when someone is sympathetic toward you. Well, |
sympathy is a get-what-you- give thing. This is especially true when ... You
probably still won't like the situation, but you won't be wasting energy and beating
yourself up. So, to let it go: I Ask ... You can never go backward in time. 11. Ride It
Out Try to ...
|Dear Henry: You ought to get into the habit, as soon as you can turn yourself, of |
making pastoral visits. I use the word ... People nowadays make such a fuss over
you and give you so much time that they fairly weary you out. ... I am in sympathy
with the pastor, which means that I understand that his life is not an easy one, but
I don't think for a moment he should give up being a pastor. ... others because
you happen to think you have made a failure here or there or have wasted your
|I suppose you never were engaged in tuition yourself, but if you had been, you |
could not have more exactly hit on the great qualification—I ... young minds; that
natural fondness for—that innate sympathy with children, which, you say, Mrs.
William is so happy as to possess. ... growing mind entrusted to her, shewill
haveawearing, wasting existence of it. ... its disposition and guideits conductas
she wouldwish,shemay give lessons—even good, clear, cleverlessonsinthe
various branches ...
|Though all others fail to give you love you may give yourself love. ... Life never |
fails the harvest. ... It will grant you the utter emptiness of property or the
overflowing fulness of sympathy. ... Life never asks too much but it always asks
enough. ... If it is true that life gives what life is asked to give then it is also true
that I would be wasting a glorious opportunity to ask life for that which would
dishonor my ideal.