I know it is a bit…well…a lot early, but I just had to share one of my favorite Christmas songs! 🙂
I hope you enjoy!
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"Preach not because you have to say something, but because you having something to say."
"Happiness is not a laughing matter."
-Richard Whately, Archbishop of Dublim 1787-1863
"Science is organized Knowledge"
-Herbert Spencer 1820-1903
"When there is no peril in the fight, there is no glory in the triumph."
"Do your duty, and leave the issue to God."
-Pierre Corneille 1606-1684
"No man is a hero to his valet."
-Mme Cornuel 1605-1694
"God save our gracious king! Long live our noble king!
God save the king!"
-Henry Carey 1693?-1743
"Praising what is lost makes the
from All's Well that Ends Well.
"Even while they teach, men learn."
-Seneca, from Epistulae Morales.
"In a dream you are never eighty."
-Anne Sexton, from Old.
"Strange to see how a good dinner
and feasting reconciles everybody."
-Samual Pepys, from his Diary.
"Logical consequences are the scarecrows
of fools beacons of wise men."
-T.H. Huxley, from Science and Culture (1877)
"The wiser mind mourns less for what age
takes away than what it leaves behind."
-William Wordsworth, from The Fountain (1800)
"A rainy day, a cup of steaming tea, and a book
are the real pleasures of life."
-Fiona Elizabeth Everest.
"Journeys end in lovers meetings."
"It is better to die on your feet,
than to live on your knees."
-Dolores Ibarruri in Speech in Paris
on the 3rd of Sept. 1939
"Know that even when
you are in the kitchen,
our Lord moves among
the pots and pans."
-Teresa of Avila