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|172 Every life is a possession of faith, and exercises an inevitable and silent |
propaganda. 173 M;m becomes man ... ANDERSON Judith 186 There is nothing
enduring in life for a woman except what she builds in a man's heart.
|Chapter 7 Adolescence Woman (10 years- 16 years) "There is nothing enduring |
in life for a woman except what she builds in a man's heart." From Adolescence to
Adulthood Adolescence is a time for growth that will be painful at times and a ...
|T ^ r J JOSEPH CONRAD "There is nothing enduring in life for a woman," said |
Judith Anderson, the famous actress, "except what she builds in a man's heart." I
expect that women will be the last thing civilised by man. GEORGE MEREDITH ...
|Quotes. about. Heart. from. QuotationsBook.com. There is nothing enduring in life |
for a women except what she builds in a man's heart. - Anderson, Judith Two
things are bad for the heart -- running up stairs and running down people. -
|A woman may love, admire, and respect her husband, she may feel that without |
him everything would be a blank and that ... once said : " There is nothing
enduring in life for a woman except what she builds in a man's heart," and most
|The Definitive Treasury of Notable Words by Women from Eve to the Present |
Elaine Partnow. I5 11 Lillian ... Judith Anderson (1898-1992) I There is nothing
enduring in the life of a woman except what she builds in a man's heart. News
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|Another lady is wretched because her good man loses his appetite, and in bed |
does nothing but sigh ; on this foundation she builds a whole world of
suppositions, and finishes by making life impossible to the poor man, who is all
the time at a ...
|But when she declared that she would sooner perish than survive her tribe, |
Mohammed relented and stayed the ... Morn builds the heap which eve destroys ;
Yet can they leave one sure delight — The thought that we've employed them
right. What bliss can wealth afford to me When life's last solemn hour I see ; When
Man's sympathizing sighs Will but augment ... But other joys can gold impart, Far
other wishes warm my heart — Ne'er shall I strive to swell the heap Till want and
|illusions of vice under the seemly garb of virtue, deserve to be accursed of God |
and man. How few works are there of a light character in English literature which
a virtuous woman may safely read ? Yet, be it mentioned to the enduring honor of
the author of Waverley, that in the whole series of his romances there is not
perhaps a single passage, ... when she dies. Such is a touching sketch of the
bliss of wedded life, and of the dependence of the happiness of man upon the
purity and ...
|Doubt, distrust, want of faith in God and nature, in man's capacities and in his |
maker's goodness, these are the devil's first ... Oh ! he was in his Sunday's best :
His jacket was red and his breeches were blue, And there was a hole where the
tail came through. ... Nothing of the Coleridge costume do we find but the red
jacket, and yet before looking up the ... the world, which for itself The lonely man's
imagination builds ; And when the night is come, with heavy heart Must I lie down