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Smallest Gifts Quotes By Thomas A Kempis

Be thankful for the smallest blessing and you will deserve to receive greater. Value the least gifts no less than the greatest, and simple graces as especial favors. If you remember the dignity of the Giver, no gift will seem small or mean. — Thomas A Kempis

Smallest Gifts Quotes By Dillon Burroughs

Jesus rejoices in even the smallest gifts to His children. — Dillon Burroughs

Smallest Gifts Quotes By Percy Bysshe Shelley

All things are sold: the very light of heaven is venal; earth's unsparing gifts of love, the smallest and most despicable things that lurk in the abysses of the deep, all objects of our life, even life itself, and the poor pittance which the laws allow of liberty, the fellowship of man, those duties which his heart of human love should urge him to perform instinctively, are bought and sold as in a public mart of not disguising selfishness, that sets on each its price, the stamp-mark of her reign. — Percy Bysshe Shelley

Smallest Gifts Quotes By Allen Klein

Children remind us to treasure the smallest of gifts, even in the most difficult of times. — Allen Klein

Smallest Gifts Quotes By Lois McMaster Bujold

And the Bastard grant us ... in our direst need, the smallest gifts: the nail of the horseshoe, the pin of the axle, the feather at the pivot point, the pebble at the mountain's peak, the kiss in despair, the one right word. — Lois McMaster Bujold

Smallest Gifts Quotes By Biz Stone

The smallest, earliest gifts forever alter your trajectory for doing good. This is what I mean by the compound interest of altruism. Start early to maximize the compound interest in your efforts. — Biz Stone

Smallest Gifts Quotes By Henry Edward Manning

Gratitude consists of a watchful, minute attention to the particulars of our state, and to the multitudes of God's gifts, taken one by one. It fills us with a consciousness that God loves and cares for us, even to the least event and smallest need of life. It is a blessed thought that from our childhood God has been laying his fatherly hands upon us, and always in benediction, and that even the strokes of his hands are blessings, and among the chiefest we have ever received. — Henry Edward Manning