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|The Love-Inspired Life THOSE KINGS WHO REIGNED IN EDOM President J. W. |
McGarvey, ... It is difficult to see how life could have been long supported in the
place. ... George Eliot says: "What makes life dreary is the want of motive.
|There is no private life which has not been determined by a wider public life. - |
Eliot, George The best augury of a man's success ... Eliot, George What makes
life dreary is the want of a motive. - Eliot, George The only failure a man ought to
|Joy Of Living A Meaningful Life William Bill Damon ... “Noble” does not always |
mean “heroic,” if we take “heroic” to mean pursuing daring, life-endangering
adventures, like the mythical ... What makes life dreary is the want of a motive. a 7
|Dostoevsky, Fyodor Everything in the universe has a purpose. Indeed, the |
invisible intelligence that flows through everything in a purposeful fashion is also
flowing through you. - Dyer, Wayne What makes life dreary is the want of a motive
|“What makes life dreary is the want of a motive.” “When death comes it is never |
our tenderness that we repent from, but our severity.” “When death, the great
reconciler, has come, it is never our tenderness that we repent of, but our severity
|Central Budget 2007-08 Central Plan Outlay by Sectors "What makes life dreary |
is the want of a motive/ Basic Slabs Exemption limit raised from Rs. 1, 00,000 to.
est Pavment Income RS crore 8.76% 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 04 05 06 ...
|Quaint old Ben Franklin said: "Value time, for time is the stuff of which life is made|
." Over the gateway of ... Her saying points a great truth, but it may be amended: "
What makes life dreary is the want of the right kind of a motive." Many lives are ...
|purpose in life? It was, I believe, in the writings of the late theologian Francis |
Schaeffer where I was first caused to consider the ... The English novelist George
Eliot wrote in Daniel Deronda, “What makes life dreary is the want of motive.
|Traces of this can be found in her many uses of the term 'motive' in Daniel |
Deronda, particularly the most charged one, when Deronda offers his farewell
advice to Gwendolen: 'What makes life dreary is the want of motive; but once
|99 "WHAT makes life dreary is want of motive," once wrote George Eliot, and truly |
this is what makes much of our up-to-date society so stupid. There is absolutely
no motive; we are merely killing time or rattling through a few sentences ...