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"When love comes first, actions will follow."

Finley Peter Dunne Quotes

"Th newspaper does ivrything fr us. It runs th polis foorce an th banks, commands th milishy, controls th ligislachure, baptizes th young, marries th foolish, comforts th afflicted, afflicts th comfortable, buries th dead an roasts thim aftherward."

J Randy Taraborrelli Quotes

"Whats to rationalize? You mean you shouldnt pray if you havent got your s--t together? This is another fairly common misconception of faith, which is that people who go to church, or people who pray, or people who talk about their religion must be, somehow more pious or ethically rigorous or have more morally cleansed lifestyle. The high correlation is supposed to be between faith and your search, the depth of your search, your willingness to try, your willingness to admit error, your hope and belief in the ultimate meaning and value of that search. - Timothy Shriver"

Rudolf Karl Bultmann Quotes

"All such desires are cut short by the statement: the Word became flesh. It is in his sheer humanity that he is the Revealer. True, his own also see his δόξα (v.14b); indeed if it were not to be seen, there would be no grounds for speaking of revelation. But this is the paradox which runs through the whole gospel: the δόξα is not to be seen alongside the σάρξ as through a window; it is to be seen in the σάρξ and nowhere else. If man wishes to see the δόξα, then it is on the σάρξ that he must concentrate his attention, without allowing himself to fall victim to appearances. The revelation is present in a peculiar hiddenness."

Elizabeth F Barkley Quotes

"Student engagement is the product of motivation and active learning. It is a product rather than a sum because it will not occur if either element is missing."

Edward Coke Quotes

"Magna Charta is such a fellow, that he will have no sovereign."

Ohran Pamuk Quotes

"Id been living luminously between two eternities of darknness."

Elizabeth Cook Lynn Quotes

"The journey through another world, beyond bad dreamsbeyond the memories of a murdered generation,cartographed in captivity by bare survivorsmakes sacristans of us all.The old ones go our bail, we oblate preachers of our tribes.Be careful, they say, dont hock the beads of kinship agonies; the moire-effect of unfamiliar hymnsupon our own, a change in pitch or shrillness of the voicetransforms the ways of song to words of poetry or proseand makes distinctionsno one recognizes.Surrounded and absorbed, we tread like Etruscanson the edge of useless law; we prayto the giver of prayer, we give the cane whistlein ceremony, we swing the heavy silver chainof incense burners. Migration makes new citizens of Rome."

CM Palov Quotes

"The dead tread softly... And those stalking the living tread even more lightly."

William Kamkwamba Quotes

"Few people realize this, but cutting down the trees is one of the things that keeps us Malawians poor."

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