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|Where there is sorrow there is holy ground. Some day people will realise 5 what |
that means. They will know nothing of life till they do. Robbie and natures like his
can realise it. When I was brought down from my prison to the Court of ...
|Sorrow. and. Su›ering. Passion. 2060. The evolution of man is slow. The injustice |
of man is great. It was necessary that ... there is the sting of life! ... Where there is
Sorrow there is holy ground ... sorrow is the most sensitive of all created things.
|It isawound that bleeds whenany hand butthe hand of lovetouches it, andeven |
then must bleed again, though not in pain.Where thereis sorrow there is holy
ground. Some day people will realize what that means. They will know nothing
|Sorrow may have its roots in the past, but the stress is on the on-going, long-term |
state. This aspect of sorrow ... To quote Oscar Wilde's "De profundis": "Where
there is sorrow, there is holy ground" (Stevenson 1949: 1884). The fact that there
|In older language it is the experience of being on holy ground. In De Profundis—|
a meditation on suffering—Oscar Wilde (1905) wrote: "Where there is sorrow
there is holy ground. Some day people will realise what that means. They will
|There is nothing that stirs in the whole world of thought to which sorrow does not |
vibrate in terrible and exquisite pulsation. Where there is sorrow, there is holy
ground. Some people will know nothing oflife till they step foot on the holy ground
|If there is a more sacred ministry of the church than to the dying and the bereaved|
, I know not what it could be. Love and compassion for the dying ... Oscar Wilde
wrote, “Where there is sorrow, there is holy ground.”10 Holy ground indeed—a ...
|There, in the shadows of my bedroom, I clenched my fist and shouted to the |
darkness, “You've made the wrong mama mad! If I believe ... Oscar Wilde once
penned these words: “Where there is sorrow, there is holy ground.” If that is true,
|Oscar Wilde once stated, "Where there is sorrow, there is holy ground." Truly, |
God is at work seeking to restore and renew broken hearts. David confessed his
sin with godly sorrow. He repented of it. He sought restoration with God. He
|he declares that “where there is Sorrow there is holy ground” (1999, p. 47). Out of |
sorrow's depths, Wilde discovers the elements of a vita nuova: “sorrow remarries
us to God” (p. 63).'6 Through the experience of sorrow, one discerns things that ...