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Jelica Kovacevic Quotes By Marya Mannes

Hoary idea, in any case, expecting a woman to surrender her name to her husband's in exchange for his. Why? Would any man submerge his identity and heritage to the woman he wed? — Marya Mannes

Jelica Kovacevic Quotes By Kinky Friedman

I'm ready for anything. That's probably why it never happens. — Kinky Friedman

Jelica Kovacevic Quotes By Miriam Polli

You can't force someone to love you. All you can do is be lovable, then hope for the best". — Miriam Polli

Jelica Kovacevic Quotes By Alexia Adams

He'd said he couldn't let her go. She couldn't figure out how they could stay together. — Alexia Adams

Jelica Kovacevic Quotes By Ernest Holmes

Begin to act from your dominion. Declare the truth by telling yourself that there is nothing to be afraid of, that you no longer entertain any images of fear. — Ernest Holmes

Jelica Kovacevic Quotes By Jalaluddin Rumi

A certain dervish tells a dream in the night-talking.

"I saw the sheikhs who are connected to Khidr. I asked them where I might get some daily food

without being bothered about earning it, so I could continue my devotions uninterrupted.

'Come to the mountains and eat wild fruit. Our benedictions have made its

bitterness sweet. That way your days will be free. 'I did as they said, and from the fruit

came a gift of speech that made my words exciting and spiritually transporting, valuable

to many. "This is dangerous,' I thought. 'Lord of the world, give me another, more

hidden gift.' I escaped. The beautiful speech left, and a joy came that I have

never known. I burst open like a pomegranate. 'If heaven is nothing but this feeling,

I have no further wish. — Jalaluddin Rumi

Jelica Kovacevic Quotes By Brian Wesbury

Data are pointing to very strong growth in the fourth quarter. The pessimistic viewpoint, which has seen its grip on reality slip to the last knuckle in the past few months, is now holding on by its fingernails. — Brian Wesbury