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Filipino Subject Quotes By Corrie Ten Boom

Even as the angry vengeful thoughts boiled through me, I saw the sin of them. Jesus Christ had died for this man; was I going to ask for more? Lord Jesus, I prayed, forgive me and help me to forgive him ... Jesus, I cannot forgive him. Give me your forgiveness ... And so I discovered that it is not on our forgiveness any more than on our goodness that the world's healing hinges, but on His. When He tells us to love our enemies, He gives along with the command, the love itself. — Corrie Ten Boom

Filipino Subject Quotes By Matshona Dhliwayo

Your back may be pushed against the wall, but your brain is not. — Matshona Dhliwayo

Filipino Subject Quotes By Thomas Pynchon

Fuck you," whispers Slothrop. It's the only spell he knows, and a pretty good all-purpose one at that. — Thomas Pynchon

Filipino Subject Quotes By Ellen G. White

God celebrated the first marriage. Thus the institution has for its originator the Creator of the universe. "Marriage is honorable" (Hebrews 13:4); it was one of the first gifts of God to man, and it is one of the two institutions that, after the Fall, Adam brought with him beyond the gates of Paradise. When the divine principles are recognized and obeyed in this relation, marriage is a blessing; it guards the purity and happiness of the race, it provides for man's social needs, it elevates the physical, the intellectual, and the moral nature. — Ellen G. White

Filipino Subject Quotes By Austin Wright

When you doubt your ability to make a difference just remember you are alive for a reason. — Austin Wright

Filipino Subject Quotes By Blakney Francis

We were on the same boat, just trying to figure it all out. — Blakney Francis

Filipino Subject Quotes By Cynthia Hand

I beat at him uselessly with my fists. I scream. My mind races. I'll pee on him. Puke, bite, scratch. Sure, I'll lose, but if he's going to mark me I am going to mark him, too, if such a thing is possible. — Cynthia Hand

Filipino Subject Quotes By Steve Maraboli

It would be ridiculous to hold your breath and blame others for your inability to breathe. In the same sense, it is ridiculous to live an unaligned life and blame God for your misfortune. — Steve Maraboli

Filipino Subject Quotes By Yasmin Mogahed

Be the moon in somebody's night. Be the yusr (ease), in somebody's usr (hardship). — Yasmin Mogahed

Filipino Subject Quotes By Erin Gruwell

Education is such a noble profession, it's a wonderful way to serve. — Erin Gruwell

Filipino Subject Quotes By Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Farce is nearer tragedy in its essence than comedy is. — Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Filipino Subject Quotes By Dada Bhagwan

Here', I am a disciple just as you are. The one you see is not 'Dada Bhagwan'; it is 'A. M. Patel', a Patidaar from the town of Bhadran. The one sitting within is 'Dada Bhagwan'. 'I' myself make everyone do jai jai kar of Dada Bhagwan [sing praise of Dada Bhagwan]. Therefore, 'I' too am a devotee, as are you. — Dada Bhagwan

Filipino Subject Quotes By Michael Moorcock

Memory is the foundation of identity. Through our sense of identity, we act. We determine our moral judgements. We rewrite our own memories, of course, all the time. We create fresh narratives to use in our survival. We agree on fresh histories enabling us to take action. It is part of what makes us such flawed creatures. Creatures of such narrative fiction creating cause and effect. — Michael Moorcock

Filipino Subject Quotes By Immanuel Kant

Reason must approach nature with the view, indeed, of receiving information from it, not, however, in the character of a pupil, who listens to all that his master chooses to tell him, but in that of a judge, who compels the witnesses to reply to those questions which he himself thinks fit to propose. To this single idea must the revolution be ascribed, by which, after groping in the dark for so many centuries, natural science was at length conducted into the path of certain progress. — Immanuel Kant