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|—Martin Luther King, Jr. It's astounding how well things work when we stop |
resisting or insisting. —Mike Dooley There are far, far better things ahead than
any we leave behind. —C.S. Lewis You can't start reading the next chapter of
your life if ...
|There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind. - C.S. (Clive |
Staples) Lewis 1898-1963; Irish writer, poet, critic, theologian, & scholar. Author
of “Chronicles ofNarnia”. Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude. - Ralph Marston
|“There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” C.S. Lewis Col. |
Charles Goodrich's admonition to his men before the Forced March, “Things will
get worse before they get better,” could not have been more prophetic when he ...
|If they can't be there for you all the time, then they're not even worth your time. |
Unknown There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind. CS.
Lewis, author People cry, not because they're weak. It's because they've been
|There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind. C. S. Lewis It |
started off as a project to help destress my hubby. I wanted to do something
loving, to show my gratitude for all he's done for me. After all, helping someone ...
|They have grown children, Ryan and Danae. Shirley is delighted that her |
grandchildren, Lincoln and Luci, live just ten minutes away in Colorado Springs.
There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind. C. S. Lewis
Where God ...
|This is a stand-alone read, but if you would like to explore more of the Narnian realm, pick up The Horse and His Boy, the third book in The Chronicles of Narnia.|
|For many, killing a monkey or a kangaroo is a far more disturbing prospect than |
putting down an orphaned coonhound or alley cat. ... “If we got ten monkeys
tomorrow, we would be struggling with how to facilitate them,” says Graham, who
has been a consultant to the Animal Protection Society since leaving her full-time
position there. “I think we are ... Besides, for me—having seen the suffering and
abuse many animals endure—there are a lot worse things than a humane death.
|That is, from the destruction of Troy, and from the leaving of Egypt by Moses, to |
the coming of Christ, there is a period that deserves to be treated ... You have not
been brought up with any idea that the times are in tension, that people expect
things. ... They expected something to come long, far ahead. They had more time
than you have. ... then I can leave antiquity behind, and we can turn to the last
2,000 years of our era, to the coming-about of the Christian Church, the coming-
about of ...
|Besides, there was more to it than the alliance. ... There was something bigger |
behind this that we did not understand; something so terrible it seemed to me I
must act with the ... These things got in the way, and I could not tell if I did him any
good or not. ... thoughts, but it came to me now and then, striding out of the
barrow, leaving his friends behind; standing in the darkness there, ... I'm not so far