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|"Nothing like a little fishing when you're run down," says the Timid Soul. Same he|
-man, suddenly: "By the way, where are you going to fish this summer?" Says the
Timid Soul: "We haven't quite made up our mind. You see, 1 find th' sea air ...
|I am beginning to feel like I might drown in the poetry of it all, when Pasquette |
stops me in my tracks with a surprisingly profound idea of the Lived Life that
every Timid Soul should consider. And it has nothing to do with vertigo. “When
|was the low- breathed comment of the instructor upon this effort. He arose and |
started for the library. He told himself he was now going to take the bull by the
horns — perhaps the cow suggested the figure. Timid soul? Timid soul — nothing
|was the lowbreathed comment of the instructor upon this effort. He arose and |
started for the library. He told himself he was now oing to take the bull by the
homs—per aps the cow suggested the figure. Timid soul? Timid soul—nothing!
He had ...
|But the timid soul halts midway in the robust experience of buying a cow for a |
friend. ... Timid soul? Timid soul—nothing! He had at other times seen Brenda
Munroe sitting in the library after class. He would go up to her now and say, “How
|Quotes about Impossibility from QuotationsBook.com There is nothing impossible |
to him who will try. - Alexander The Great To the timid soul, nothing is possible. -
Bach, John Impossible is a word only to be found in the dictionary of fools.
|The landowner believed in his servant enough to trust them with gold, but the |
timid souldidn't believe inhimself ... J. B.Phillips, the Anglican rector who gaveus
sucha special translation of the New Testament, disagreed sharply with thisline
from a familiar hymn: "Oto be nothing, nothing. ... because they're bad or because
they hate God, but simply because they, like the timid soul in Jesus' story, are
|At this point we begintosee why the timid soul isavillain. Or,in more ... J.B. Phillips|
, theAnglican rectorwho gaveus such a special translation ofthe New Testament,
disagreed sharply with thisline from afamiliar hymn: "Otobe nothing, nothing .
|Nicknamed the Rough Riders by journalists, the Cavalry engaged in several battles. This is Roosevelt s best-selling account of one of the most fascinating regiments in American military history.|
|Why, it can do it all. ..like being the person that we came to this earth to be, not a |
timid soul with fear, but of strength and ... just say to yourself "THIS TOO SHALL
PASS AWAY" because all things do in the end; good or bad, nothing lasts forever