Surmounts Famous Quotes & Sayings

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21 Surmounts Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Surmounts Sayings By Aemilia Lanyer: If many worlds would altogether try,By all their sins the wrath of God to get,This If many worlds would altogether try,
By all their sins the wrath of God to get,
This sin of yours surmounts them all as far
As doth the sun another little star. — Aemilia Lanyer
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Surmounts Sayings By Nicki Minaj: Well my name Nicki & it's nice to meet ya, if you really wanna know Well my name Nicki & it's nice to meet ya, if you really wanna know I'll give you my procedure. Got a whole bunch of pretty game in my clique, and we looking for some ballers: alopecia — Nicki Minaj
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Surmounts Sayings By Timothy Keller: It is an item of faith that we are children of God; there is plenty It is an item of faith that we are children of God; there is plenty of experience in us against it. The faith that surmounts this evidence and that is able to warm itself at the fire of God's love, instead of having to steal love and self-acceptance from other sources, is actually the root of holiness. . . . We are not saved by the love we exercise, but by the love we trust. — Timothy Keller
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Surmounts Sayings By Shiro Amano: I'm not alone. My friends are inside me . . our hearts are connected! I'm not alone. My friends are inside me . . our hearts are connected! — Shiro Amano
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Surmounts Sayings By Olaf Stapledon: We of today must conceive our relation to the rest of the universe as best We of today must conceive our relation to the rest of the universe as best we can; and even if our images must seem fantastic to future men, they may none the less serve their purpose today. — Olaf Stapledon
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Surmounts Sayings By Albert Schweitzer: Reincarnation contains a most comforting explanation of reality by means of which Indian thought surmounts Reincarnation contains a most comforting explanation of reality by means of which Indian thought surmounts difficulties which baffle the thinkers of Europe. — Albert Schweitzer
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Surmounts Sayings By Francois Rabelais: One inch of joy surmounts of grief a span, Because to laugh is proper to One inch of joy surmounts of grief a span, Because to laugh is proper to the man. — Francois Rabelais
Surmounts Sayings By Bertha Von Suttner: How can justice be attained when, in the expiation of an old wrong, another wrong How can justice be attained when, in the expiation of an old wrong, another wrong is to be committed? No reasonable creature would conceive of the idea of obliterating ink stains with ink, or spots of oil with oil. Only blood must be washed out with blood. — Bertha Von Suttner
Surmounts Sayings By Brian Molko: There's a hell of a lot of freedom in this rock and roll circus ... There's a hell of a lot of freedom in this rock and roll circus ... it's where all the freaks go - it's the environment for me. — Brian Molko
Surmounts Sayings By Ashley Wagner: I'm vicious. I can be nice off the ice, but on the ice, that's not I'm vicious. I can be nice off the ice, but on the ice, that's not where it's time to make friends. — Ashley Wagner
Surmounts Sayings By Edward McKendree Bounds: We can do nothing without prayer. All things can be done by importunate prayer. It We can do nothing without prayer. All things can be done by importunate prayer. It surmounts or removes all obstacles, overcomes every resisting force and gains its ends in the face of invincible hindrances. — Edward McKendree Bounds
Surmounts Sayings By Geert Groote: The farther a man knows himself to be free from perfection, the nearer he is The farther a man knows himself to be free from perfection, the nearer he is to it. — Geert Groote
Surmounts Sayings By George MacDonald: All about us, in earth and air, wherever the eye or ear can reach, there All about us, in earth and air, wherever the eye or ear can reach, there is a power ever breathing itself forth in signs, now in daisy, now in a wind-waft, a cloud, a sunset; a power that holds constant and sweetest relation with the dark and silent world within us. The same God who is in us, and upon whose tree we are the buds, if not yet the flowers, also is all about us- inside, the Spirit; outside, the Word. And the two are ever trying to meet in us ... — George MacDonald
Surmounts Sayings By Penelope Wilcock: Did God mind that dreadful singing, he who made the nightingale and the lark? Probably Did God mind that dreadful singing, he who made the nightingale and the lark? Probably not. Probably it was the soul of Mrs Crabtree he was listening to, the worshipping song of her heart, and that rang true as a bell. — Penelope Wilcock
Surmounts Sayings By Sarah Addison Allen: Everything I make up is nothing compared to her reality. Everything I make up is nothing compared to her reality. — Sarah Addison Allen
Surmounts Sayings By P.D. James: All Jane Austen novels have a common storyline: an attractive and virtuous young woman surmounts All Jane Austen novels have a common storyline: an attractive and virtuous young woman surmounts difficulties to achieve marriage to the man of her choice. This is the age-long convention of the romantic novel, but with Jane Austen, what we have is Mills & Boon written by a genius. — P.D. James
Surmounts Sayings By Augusten Burroughs: It's neat how money smells nothing like anything in the world except money, just like It's neat how money smells nothing like anything in the world except money, just like cardboard. — Augusten Burroughs
Surmounts Sayings By Nancy B. Brewer: Don't confess to being a fool or a wise man; let others decide for you Don't confess to being a fool or a wise man; let others decide for you — Nancy B. Brewer
Surmounts Sayings By Janet Morris: This is for you. A mage named Randal told me to give it to the This is for you. A mage named Randal told me to give it to the Band if you ever came back. 'It surmounts evil,' he told me, 'keeps doom at bay.' — Janet Morris
Surmounts Sayings By Alain De Botton: The system glorified by John of Salisbury and John Fortescue, was unjust in a thousand The system glorified by John of Salisbury and John Fortescue, was unjust in a thousand all too obvious ways, but it offered those on the lowest rungs one notable freedom: the freedom not to have to take the achievements of quite so many people in society as reference points - and so find themselves severely wanting in status and importance as a result. — Alain De Botton
Surmounts Sayings By Robert Anton Wilson: Cynics regarded everybody as equally corrupt ... Idealists regarded everybody as equally corrupt, except themselves. Cynics regarded everybody as equally corrupt ... Idealists regarded everybody as equally corrupt, except themselves. — Robert Anton Wilson