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1. "Pretty is as pretty does" was a stupid cliché in her estimation. Pretty is what God does in the hearts and minds of people who are a mess-whether outwardly or inwardly or both."
Author: Cindy Woodsmall
2. "Your driver is on the steer, driving you and you can feel free to doze in the car; this is trust built on competence. Competence is to ensure that your actions put people's hearts at ease when things are in your hands."
Author: Israelmore Ayivor
3. "...until men desire to control their own passions, evil has rooted itself in their hearts and darkness will rise again."
Author: Jaime Buckley
4. "Music is the language of all. It tames the savage beast and allows us to get over heartbreak. It helps us express what we really want to say and it has the power to lift hearts and awaken our souls…."
Author: James A. Murphy
5. "Our hearts break, and take us out of relationships that are too painful for us"
Author: John Geddes
6. "Besides holding our hearts together through long periods of separation, it had the effect of making us tolerant of each other's yarns--and even convictions."
Author: Joseph Conrad
7. "Deep in our hearts everyone walks free."
Author: Richard Paul Evans
8. "You may depend upon it that they are as good hearts to serve men in palaces as in cottages."
Author: Robert Owen
9. "How do we accomplish this matter of gathering life together in God? We must begin primarily by refocusing our attention keeping our minds and hearts directed toward God. The essence of the centered life is attention to God in all we think, say and do. It is the growing realization of His presence in our most down-to-earth living."
Author: Sue Monk Kidd

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O excesso de animalidade deforma ohomem cultural; o excesso de cultura cria animais doentes. Estedilema mostra toda a insegurança que o erotismo traz ao homem. Nofundo, é algo muito poderoso que, como a natureza, pode serdominado e usado, como se fosse impotente. Mas o triunfo sobre anatureza se paga muito caro. A natureza dispensa quaisquer declaraçõesde princípios, contenta-se com tolerância e sábias medidas."
Author: C.G. Jung

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