Famishing Famous Quotes & Sayings

10 Famishing Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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What is the law of nature? Is it to know that my security and that of my family, all my amusements and pleasures, are purchased at the expense of misery, deprivation, and suffering to thousands of human beings - by the terror of the gallows; by the misfortune of thousands stifling within prison walls; by the fear inspired by millions of soldiers and guardians of civilization, torn from their homes and besotted by discipline, to protect our pleasures with loaded revolvers against the possible interference of the famishing? Is it to purchase every fragment of bread that I put in my mouth and the mouths of my children by the numberless privations that are necessary to procure my abundance? Or is it to be certain that my piece of bread only belongs to me when I know that every one else has a share, and that no one starves while I eat?Leo Tolstoy Famishing Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: What is the law of nature? Is it to know that my security and that
Fierce midnights and famishing morrows,
And the loves that complete and control
All the joys of the flesh, all the sorrows
That wear out the soul.
Algernon Charles Swinburne Famishing Sayings By Algernon Charles Swinburne: Fierce midnights and famishing morrows, And the loves that complete and controlAll the joys of
When one has a famishing thirst for happiness, one is apt to gulp down diversions wherever they are offered.Alice Hegan Rice Famishing Sayings By Alice Hegan Rice: When one has a famishing thirst for happiness, one is apt to gulp down diversions
To a people famishing and idle, the only acceptable form in which God can dare appear is work and promise of food as wages.Mahatma Gandhi Famishing Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: To a people famishing and idle, the only acceptable form in which God can dare
Like other systems in decay, the Roman Empire continued to function for several generations after its vitality was sapped. For nearly a hundred years our Island was one of the scenes of conflict between a dying civilisation and lusty, famishing barbarism.Winston Churchill Famishing Sayings By Winston Churchill: Like other systems in decay, the Roman Empire continued to function for several generations after
The world is perishing for lack of the knowledge of God and the Church is famishing for want of His Presence.A.W. Tozer Famishing Sayings By A.W. Tozer: The world is perishing for lack of the knowledge of God and the Church is
To explain the matter I will employ a simile, which yet, I confess is very dissimilar; but its dissimilitude is greatly in favour of my sentiments. A rich man bestows, on a poor and famishing beggar, alms by which he may be able to maintain himself and his family. Does it cease to be a pure gift, because the beggar extends his hand to receive it? Can it be said with propriety, that 'the alms depended partly on THE LIBERALITY of the Donor, and partly on THE LIBERTY of the Receiver,' though the latter would not have possessed the alms unless he had received it by stretching out his hand? Can it be correctly said, BECAUSE THE BEGGAR IS ALWAYS PREPARED TO RECEIVE, that 'he can have the alms, or not have it, just as he pleases?' If these assertions cannot be truly made about a beggar who receives alms, how much less can they be made about the gift of faith, for the receiving of which far more acts of Divine Grace are required!James Arminius Famishing Sayings By James Arminius: To explain the matter I will employ a simile, which yet, I confess is very
The dead are happy, having no desire. I rise and fall, and rise and fall again, Something is in me, famishing for bread, Baffled and unappeasable as fire.Arthur Symons Famishing Sayings By Arthur Symons: The dead are happy, having no desire. I rise and fall, and rise and fall
The Eucharist began at Bethlehem in Mary's arms. It was she who brought to humanity the Bread for which it was famishing, and which alone can nourish it. She it was who took care of that Bread for us. It was she who nourished the Lamb whose life-giving Flesh we feed uponPeter Julian Eymard Famishing Sayings By Peter Julian Eymard: The Eucharist began at Bethlehem in Mary's arms. It was she who brought to humanity
Mere life is a luxury, and the color of the grass, of the flowers, of the sky, the wind in the trees, the outlines of the horizon, the forms of clouds, all give a pleasure as exquisite as the sweetest music to the ear famishing for it. TheMark Twain Famishing Sayings By Mark Twain: Mere life is a luxury, and the color of the grass, of the flowers, of