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|Macdonald, George It is right to be contented with what we have, but never with |
what we are. - Mackintosh, James To accept what you are is to be content, and
contentment is the greatest wealth. To work with patience is to gather power.
|You can manage your children with strength. Mastering your own life requires |
true power. To accept what you are is to be content, and contentment is the
greatest wealth. To work with patience is to gather power. To surrender to the
|Tony Jabbour. "To accept what you are is to be content, and contentment is the |
greatest wealth. To work with patience is to gather power" Vimalia McClure
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|.0 accept what you are is to be content, and contentment is the greatest wealth. |
To work with patience is to gather power. To surrender to the Eternal flow is to be
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|It matters not how dark' the night, Or if the hour he midnight late, To me the |
pathway will be bright If, waiting, you but ... nor is there any other object about
which there are so many diverse opinions as to the best way of securing it. ...
They think of it as a place at a distance; as something created by skill and
patience and toil; as a kind of material reward for material _toil. ... themselves
indil'ferent to or unable to get out of wealth or power or position anything except
care and responsibility.
|His wifo soon after was run over by some vehicle, and is bedridden for life. ... But |
he Is a great trouble to me; and in this wise — his calm and modest face,
upturned, often says, or makes me aay, Are you lit to preach to that man ? You
talk bravely about humility to him, and he lives it before you; you descant upon
patience and contentment, you that have ... so much as the power to live
composedly within the circuit of Christ's promise, and have from hour to hour an
undisturbed peace ?
|I was brought up in the north of Ireland, close by where the best Belfast linen was |
manufactured from a flax we produced. ... of our people depend more upon the
prosperity of our local communities than upon the growth and wealth of our great
cities. ... From there we gathered it up again and put it through a set of wooden
rollers which broke the “bones” up in ... of strain on patience and drain on
pocketbook, let us. show you the “royal road” to right heating of your building,
whether OLD ...
|Suppose-you had to talk twice a week for half or three-quarters of an hour to the |
same person; wouldn't it be ... you know—she has rheumatism awfully, and she
recommended Dr. Hopkins; and I must say he did me a great deal of good.” “ Why
... Now, we know that we have a perfect right to try to better our circumstances,
and yet we are to be contented with them. .... Let me fill this first,” and, overflowing
and gathering strength, and surmounting by patience every new obstacle, at last
|He leadeth me in paths of his own choosing, He knoweth surely what is best for |
me, Then will I follow on, for fear of losing My ... Is He not, then, to me the dearest
treasure, Priceless beyond all wealth that worlds can buy? ... Buried with Him in
death, what power can sever The spirit tie, stronger than triple cord, Rising with
Him, I know my soul shall ever ... upon him for two weeks; during which time he
signified that he had a quiet and contented mind, freely resigned to the will of