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|Devotee:Why is that man praying? ... He has full confidence in me and thinks |
about Baba all the time. I love him very much; he is a good man. He has done a
lot for society. He is a ... He has invested a lot of time and money in worthwhile
projects. ... Devotee: Baba, could you tell us anything about the eye-camp you
|“No, Dan, I think that the time you have spent on this case is worthwhile. ... I have |
just got to try and beat the man. ... I don't know when, but someday this will all be
over, and we'll be better off. ... If we let this man get away with what he has done,
then what do we say to the next person that he tries to take advantage of? ... To
go this far and not continue what we have started . . . then what will you say?
|He was silent. He leaned forward and again began wrapping and unwrapping |
the hank of hair between his long fingers. ... “You could have died, you're right
about that. l have realized as well that I am keeping things inside me that should
be spoken. ... a spoiled man who's always played at life, never burrowed in and
tried to do anything worthwhile, not like my uncle, ... I think he's that way because
he was the second son, the son who never knew his father, the son who believed
|"And he isn't really hurt or he wouldn't have been able to climb those stairs. ... "I |
think his hip is a bit stiff and sore though, from the way he moved. What's up, Jo?
Has he said or done something to upset you? ... It's no way to achieve any goal or
get anywhere worthwhile, I have to admit. ... "We can't have him staying here all
week. ... Paul pinched a piece of tomato which she had just begun to slice. "We'
|"it's worth it, what with the franchise, and the right of way, and everything. ... he |
answered. He turned to the president. " You know they're all right," he went on. “
Of course, they're not men that you nor I nor anybod ' else could touch; nobody's
got a string on ... "Eloise," he cried, with a wail of distress in his voice, “the
Interstate has done me—brown." "I was afraid . . . she began. ... He thought, and
the Interstate intended him to think, that the Interstate would dig its own tunnel in
its own way.
|The sneaks would give the Rebs all we have gained in the last three years. If the |
Union was worthy saving in the first place it is worth it now. I would ask Pa or any
other man that pretends to know anything what Lincoln has done that any Union
man that loves ... Let them look at his past life and see if he could have done
better in any instance, then why not support him. ... I think the election of Lincoln
will do more toward ending the war than any victory of our armies since the war
|One) was nothing at all like I might have otherwise imagined. As our relationship |
... Beyond such things, I began to wonder what my friends would think. How
would they ... Over the next few days, though, God showed me that Amer was,
truly, the man he had for me. Nevertheless, the ... But it is all worth it. Often, I think
back on all God has done in my life through this cross-cultural relationship. Prior
to this, I ...
|I meant she'd probably take one look at you and think you were about to rob the |
place. ... And she wanted him to wonder why she wasn't coming out of the store
once her mission was accomplished. All ... Was his job really worth it? He'd
started out with the same confidence he'd begun every assignment. ... with
Aubrey Sullivan, and he wasn't sure anymore if he'd survive the contractee let
alone the hit men, and he was beginning to think fondly of retirement. ... He'd
have to be an idiot .
|I once beat a man who was foolish enough to think that he could sacrifice his |
queen and still win. He was wrong, and I ... I won, but it wasn't worth it. ... I'm
extremely competitive, and although I'm usually a good loser, I'm not happy about
losing all the time. I started to get reckless on the board, just like he was reckless
in bed. Actually, “in ... He did things to me that no one has done before or since,
things that I have missed like hell even though he nevertookthem quite farenough
. But on ...