Bitterness In Friendship Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 Bitterness In Friendship Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By George Sand: I don't know why, but any thought of the future upsets me intolerably. So I I don't know why, but any thought of the future upsets me intolerably. So I had to turn and look back at certain aspects of the past, and only then did I recover my calm. I thought of our friendship and was overcome by guilt at having allowed so much bitterness to invade my wretched heart. I recalled the joys and sorrows we had shared. Both are so dear to me that I began to sob like a woman when I remembered them. — George Sand
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Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By John Piper: The murders of Newtown are a warning to me - and you. Not a warning The murders of Newtown are a warning to me - and you. Not a warning to see our schools as defenseless, but to see our souls as depraved. To see our need for a Savior. To humble ourselves in repentance for the God-diminishing bitterness of our hearts. To turn to Christ in desperate need, and to treasure his forgiveness, his transforming, and his friendship. — John Piper
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Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Simone Weil: The joy of meeting and the sorrow of separation ... we should welcome these gifts The joy of meeting and the sorrow of separation ... we should welcome these gifts ... with our whole soul, and experience to the full, and with the same gratitude, all the sweetness or bitterness as the case may be. Meeting and separation are two forms of friendship that contain the same good, in the one case through pleasure and in the other through sorrow ... Soon there will be distance between us. Let us love this distance which is wholly woven of friendship, for those who do not love each other are not separated. — Simone Weil
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Rosamunde Pilcher: Beyond the pain, life continues to be sweet. The basics are still there. Beauty, food Beyond the pain, life continues to be sweet. The basics are still there. Beauty, food and friendship, reservoirs of love and understanding. Later, possibly not yet, you are going to need others who will encourage you to make new beginnings. Welcome them. They will help you move on, to cherish happy memories and confront the painful ones with more than bitterness and anger. — Rosamunde Pilcher
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Ron Perlman: I love showing up and giving a performance without the benefit of a lot of I love showing up and giving a performance without the benefit of a lot of rehearsal or dissection. It's fun to me to act on a kind of instinctual level and go straight for the performance. — Ron Perlman
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: Friendship is one of the sweetest joys of life. Many might have failed beneath the Friendship is one of the sweetest joys of life. Many might have failed beneath the bitterness of their trial had they not found a friend. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Diadochos Of Photiki: Friendship after the flesh is very easily destroyed on some slight pretext, since it is Friendship after the flesh is very easily destroyed on some slight pretext, since it is not held firm by spiritual perception. But when a person is spiritually awakened, even if something irritates him, the bond of love is not dissolved; rekindling himself with warmth of the love of God, he quickly recovers himself and with great joy seeks his neighbor's love, even though he has been gravely wronged or insulted by him. For sweetness of God completely consumes the bitterness of the quarrel. — Diadochos Of Photiki
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Lee Strobel: [Hope is] the unswerving belief that better days are ahead, probably in this world and [Hope is] the unswerving belief that better days are ahead, probably in this world and most certainly in the next. — Lee Strobel
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Nina LaCour: No," I say. "I didn't know that," and as I say it I feel flooded No," I say. "I didn't know that," and as I say it I feel flooded with bitterness at all the things Ingrid kept secret from me. — Nina LaCour
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Stephanie Perkins: I'm saying I'm in love with you! I've been in love with you this whole I'm saying I'm in love with you! I've been in love with you this whole bleeding year! — Stephanie Perkins
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Marcus Tullius Cicero: To give and receive advice - the former with freedom, and yet without bitterness, the To give and receive advice - the former with freedom, and yet without bitterness, the latter with patience and without irritation - is peculiarly appropriate to geniune friendship. — Marcus Tullius Cicero
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Donna Lynn Hope: A friendship has but one chief adversary and that is envy. It is sired by A friendship has but one chief adversary and that is envy. It is sired by resentment with the potential consequence of unresolved estrangement." She looked at the woman in conflict and said, "Do not envy her but imagine what it took for her to have what you resent her for. Would you want to embark upon her journey instead of your own to procure it? You notice her abundance but overlook her losses; do not envy her because she would rather have your friendship than your envy." The woman looked at her and nodded in accord, "And how do you do that?" she asked. The woman sighed in reflective thought. "By changing the way you think. — Donna Lynn Hope
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Ann Radcliffe: I tasted too what was called the sweet of revenge - but it was transient, I tasted too what was called the sweet of revenge - but it was transient, it expired even with the object, that provoked it. — Ann Radcliffe
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Richelle Mead: I couldn't. I just needed a few more seconds, a few more seconds to drink I couldn't. I just needed a few more seconds, a few more seconds to drink him in before I killed him. And that's when he spoke.
"Roza." His voice had that same wonderful lowness, the same accent.. it was all just colder. "You forgot my first lesson: don't hesitate."
I just barely saw his fist striking out toward my head.. and then I saw nothing at all. — Richelle Mead
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Mark Twain: When red-headed people are above a certain social grade their hair is auburn. When red-headed people are above a certain social grade their hair is auburn. — Mark Twain
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Patrick DeWitt: The story of Reginald Watts was a luckless one dealing in every manner of failure The story of Reginald Watts was a luckless one dealing in every manner of failure and catastrophe, though he spoke of this without bitterness or regret, and in fact seemed to find humor in his numberless missteps: 'I've failed at straight business, I've failed at criminal enterprise, I've failed at love, I've failed at friendship. You name it, I've failed at it. Go ahead and name something. Anything at all. — Patrick DeWitt
Bitterness In Friendship Sayings By Elaine White: Chocolate makes everything better, in the end," he announced, and Thayer fully agreed.Thayer gave him Chocolate makes everything better, in the end," he announced, and Thayer fully agreed.
Thayer gave him a smile of gratitude and watched Castel lift his spoon from the saucer. He dipped it, gracefully, into his coffee and gave it a light stir.
"Too many people rush to stir such delicate flavours. Take too long and they will clog together to become a lump of bitterness in your coffee. But take your time and be gentle with them," Castel explained, quietly, "and they will create a symphony of flavours, to melt in your mouth," he said, leaning down, just until his nose was over his cup, to take a long inhale. He smiled and straightened, extracting the spoon to place it back on his saucer. "Now try it."
Thayer took a sip and almost felt his toes curl at the luxurious taste.

~ Cinnamon Kiss — Elaine White