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Missionary Return Quotes By Dalai Lama

One of the most effective ways to overcome anxiety is to try to shift the focus of attention away from self and toward others. When we succeed in this, we find that the scale of our own problems diminishes. This is not to say we should ignore our own needs altogether, but rather that we should try to remember others' needs alongside our own, no matter how pressing ours may be — Dalai Lama

Missionary Return Quotes By Debasish Mridha

Be nobel. Be the light as if you are the source of life. — Debasish Mridha

Missionary Return Quotes By Daniel Pennac

When you buy a jacket, it's important the pockets are big enough for a paperback! — Daniel Pennac

Missionary Return Quotes By Gordon B. Hinckley

If you are a good missionary, you will return home with the desire to continue to serve the Lord, to keep His commandments, and to do His will. — Gordon B. Hinckley

Missionary Return Quotes By Thomas S. Monson

Dedicated missionary service returns a dividend of eternal joy which extends throughout mortality and into eternity. — Thomas S. Monson

Missionary Return Quotes By Brody Jenner

All I care about, to be honest, is surfing. I love surfing more than anything. To me, there's nothing like that. — Brody Jenner

Missionary Return Quotes By Julia Quinn

Love your siblings. Love them well,
for they are your blood, and when you are unsure,or times are difficult, they will be the ones to stand by your side. — Julia Quinn

Missionary Return Quotes By Noam Chomsky

Cyrus Scofield, a preacher from Dallas, Texas, was another link in the chain that connected missionary theology on both sides of the Atlantic. This violent priest produced an annotated, fundamentalist version of the Bible that was published by Oxford University Press in 1909. It was, in a way, the most explicit sketch of the three prongs that form the basis for U.S. policy today: the return of the Jews, the decline of Islam, and the rising fortunes of the United States as a world power. — Noam Chomsky

Missionary Return Quotes By Victoria Pinder

Kimberly Mira blinked into the dark and sniffed the air. Clean cotton sheets? A soft mattress cushioned her back. Her skin grew goose bumps as the wind howled outside. This wasn't heaven. Her skin felt grimy and her head pounded like she'd drunk too much last night. Flashes of an out-of-control fire replayed in her mind. She sucked in her breath like she needed to hold as much oxygen in as possible. She told herself to be normal and that the intense fire was in her mind's eye. Eventually she relaxed her body. Another memory surfaced as she closed her eyes and remembered falling into depths — Victoria Pinder

Missionary Return Quotes By Kenny Smith

All that the posture of skepticism accomplishes is to freeze the ego in an ignorantist poverty that never stretches or diversifies its resources of imagination or understanding. Any uncultured cretin can close his eyes and try to reduce the issues down to linear simplisms and say, "I am doubting, I am proving my magisterial or sovereign control over my own mind." Doubt is a useful and significant test of one's critical powers, but by itself it bears little if any significant cultural charge of enlightenment or satori; indeed it is the very opposite kind of thing. — Kenny Smith

Missionary Return Quotes By Stephen Return Riggs

That uncivilized heathen nations should first be civilized, and then Christianized, is a sentiment of the past. Now it is coming more and more to be acknowledged, that the Bible is the great civilizer of the nations. — Stephen Return Riggs

Missionary Return Quotes By Confucius

Let the states of equilibrium and harmony exist in perfection, and a happy order will prevail throughout heaven and earth, and all things will be nourished and flourish. — Confucius

Missionary Return Quotes By Sean Booth

It doesn't really exist; it's just basically lots of different stages between the two pieces, and you end up with, like, a third shape that doesn't exist but is suggested to you by the image. — Sean Booth