Kiswahili Wise Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Kiswahili Wise Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Kiswahili Wise Sayings By Alan W. Watts: On the other hand, others felt that the world was a state of probation where On the other hand, others felt that the world was a state of probation where material goods were to be used in a spirit of stewardship, as loans from the Almighty, and where the main work of life is loving devotion to God and to man. — Alan W. Watts
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Kiswahili Wise Sayings By Boris Pasternak: He craved an idea, inspired yet concrete, that would show a clear path and change He craved an idea, inspired yet concrete, that would show a clear path and change the world for the better, an idea as unmistakable to a child or an ignorant fool as lightning or a roll of thunder. He craved for something new. — Boris Pasternak
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Kiswahili Wise Sayings By Said Nursi: Worry is itself an illness, since worry is an accusation against Divine Wisdom, a criticism Worry is itself an illness, since worry is an accusation against Divine Wisdom, a criticism of Divine Mercy. — Said Nursi
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Kiswahili Wise Sayings By Michael Xavier: Wild things have restless wings that too often need to fly. Wild things have restless wings that too often need to fly. — Michael Xavier
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Kiswahili Wise Sayings By Melissa Kantor: Life would be so much simpler if guys were like mood rings, and they changed Life would be so much simpler if guys were like mood rings, and they changed color when they liked you. — Melissa Kantor
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Kiswahili Wise Sayings By Joseph Conrad: It was a great peace, as if the earth had been one grave, and for It was a great peace, as if the earth had been one grave, and for a time I stood there thinking mostly of the living who, buried in remote places out of the knowledge of mankind, are still fated to share in its tragic or grotesque miseries. In its noble struggles too
who knows? The human heart is vast enough to contain all the world. It is valient enough to bear the burden, but where is the courage that would cast it off? — Joseph Conrad
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Kiswahili Wise Sayings By Jack Kerouac: It's only through form that we can realize emptiness It's only through form that we can realize emptiness — Jack Kerouac
Kiswahili Wise Sayings By Michael Cunningham: Oh, pride, pride. I was so wrong. It defeated me. It simply proved insurmountable. There Oh, pride, pride. I was so wrong. It defeated me. It simply proved insurmountable. There was so much, oh, far too much for me. I mean, there's the weather, there's the water and the land, there are the animals, and the buildings, and the past and the future, there's space, there's history. There's this thread or something caught between my teeth, there's the old woman across the way, did you notice she switched the donkey and the squirrel on her windowsill? And, of course, there's time. And place. And there's you, Mrs. D. I wanted to tell part of the story of part of you. Oh, I'd love to have done that."
"Richard. You wrote a whole book."
"But everything's left out of it, almost everything. And then I just stuck on a shock ending. Oh, now, I'm not looking for sympathy, really. We want so much, don't we?"
"Yes. I suppose we do."
"You kissed me beside a pond."
"Ten thousand years ago."
"It's still happening. — Michael Cunningham