Factober

My wish for the new millennium is for all children... to grow up wiser, and stronger and more prosperous for the future than ever before.

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We limit ourselves and God who wants to work through us

We limit ourselves and God who wants to work through us
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Someone said that our goals keep us going, but it's our dreams that make us

Someone said that our goals keep us going, but it's our dreams that make us tick. So if you disconnect your goals from your dreams, don't be surprised if one morning you realize that your life is on autopilot.
Posted 3 months, 2 weeks ago

A person who posses a cunning attitude are not always academically intellig

A person who posses a cunning attitude are not always academically intelligent, but they are considered clever because they can manipulate and cause harm towards others in order to gain something out of them for their own benefit. They can be defeated if
Posted 3 months, 2 weeks ago

The soul who does not live to give the best, deny the sacred self of full s

The soul who does not live to give the best, deny the sacred self of full strength.
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I think it's odd that grown-ups quarrel so easily and so often and about su

I think it's odd that grown-ups quarrel so easily and so often and about such petty matters. Up to now I always thought bickering was just something children did and that they outgrew it.
Posted 3 months, 1 week ago

If your vision is great, you become great.

If your vision is great, you become great.
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God is not looking for people to work for him, so much as he is looking for

God is not looking for people to work for him, so much as he is looking for people ho will let him work for them. The gospel is not a Help Wanted ad. Neither is the call to to Christian service. On the contrary, the gospel commands us to give up and hang
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My father and he had cemented (the verb is excessive) one of those English

My father and he had cemented (the verb is excessive) one of those English friendships which begin by avoiding intimacies and eventually eliminate speech altogether. They used to exchange books and periodicals; they would beat one another at chess, withou
Posted 3 months, 2 weeks ago

The ideal man, takes joy in doing favours for others; but he feels ashamed

The ideal man, takes joy in doing favours for others; but he feels ashamed to have others do favours for him. For it is a mark of superiority to confer a kindness; but it is a mark of inferiority to receive it.
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Over the last couple of years, the photos of me when I was a kid... well, t

Over the last couple of years, the photos of me when I was a kid... well, they've started to give me a little pang or something - not unhappiness, exactly, but some kind of quiet, deep regret... I keep wanting to apologize to the little guy: "I'm sorry, I
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In an ideal world, I'd spend every weekend at my home in Zermatt in Switzer

In an ideal world, I'd spend every weekend at my home in Zermatt in Switzerland.
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My lines all curve. I tend to connect the wrong dots.

My lines all curve. I tend to connect the wrong dots.
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