Shrameva Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Shrameva Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Shrameva Sayings By Narendra Modi: The government would devote all its effort to empower the poor and give them strength The government would devote all its effort to empower the poor and give them strength to fight poverty. Skill development would be accompanied by the spirit of Shrameva Jayate. — Narendra Modi
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Shrameva Sayings By Nicolas Cage: With my name in cement, I feel actualised. - On cementing his hand prints on With my name in cement, I feel actualised. - On cementing his hand prints on Sunset Boulevard — Nicolas Cage
Shrameva Sayings By W.S. Merwin: Tell me what you see vanishing and I will tell you who you are Tell me what you see vanishing and I will tell you who you are — W.S. Merwin
Shrameva Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Life is a sorrow, without a song. Life is a sorrow, without a song. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Shrameva Sayings By Mamie McCullough: Success is failure with the dirt brushed off. Success is failure with the dirt brushed off. — Mamie McCullough
Shrameva Sayings By Edward Hirsch: We're trying to make something that lasts in language and there's no question that many We're trying to make something that lasts in language and there's no question that many fiction writers began as poets and it's hard for me to think of any good fiction writers who don't also read poetry. — Edward Hirsch
Shrameva Sayings By Herta Muller: Lola writes in her notebook: Leaf-fleas are even worse. Someone said, They don't bite people, Lola writes in her notebook: Leaf-fleas are even worse. Someone said, They don't bite people, because people don't have leaves. Lola writes, When the sun is beating down, they bite everything, even the wind. And we all have leaves. Leaves fall off when you stop growing, because childhood is all gone. And they grow back when you shrivel up, because love is all gone. Leaves spring up at will, writes Lola, just like tall grass. Two or three children in the village don't have any leaves, and those have a big childhood. A child like that is an only child, because it has a father and a mother who have been to school. The leaf-fleas turn older children into younger ones - a four-year-old into a three-year-old, a three-year-old into a one-year-old. Even a six-months-old, writes Lola, and even a newborn. And the more little brothers and sisters the leaf-fleas make, the smaller the childhood becomes. — Herta Muller