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For I Do Not Believe God Means Us Thus To Divide Life Into Two Halves - To Wear A Grave Face On Sunday, And To Think It Out-of-place To Even So Much As Mention Him On A Week-day. Do You Think He Cares To See Only Kneeling Figures And To Hear Only Tones Of Prayer - And That He Does Not Also Love To See The Lambs Leaping In The Sunlight, And To Hear The Merry Voices Of The Children, As They Roll Amoung The Hay? Surely Their Innocent Laughter Is As Sweet In His Ears As The Grandest Anthem That Ever Rolled Up From The Dim Religious Light Of Some Solemn Cathedral?
~ Lewis Carroll
Dulce Et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori. Sweet And Fitting It Is To Die For The Fatherland.
~ Wilfred Owen, Poem: Dulce et Decorum est
The Holy Passion Of Friendship Is Of So Sweet And Steady And Loyal And Enduring A Nature That It Will Last Through A Whole Lifetime, If Not Asked To Lend Money.
~ Mark Twain
Music, When Soft Voices Die, Vibrates In The Memory; Odors, When Sweet Violets Sicken, Live Within The Sense They Quicken.
~ Percy Bysshe Shelley
A Sweet Thing, For Whatever Time, To Revisit In Dreams The Dear Dad We Have Lost.
~ Euripides, Alcestis, 438 B. C
Sow Good Services Sweet Remembrances Will Grow Them.
~ Madame de Stael
Friendship Is Always A Sweet Responsibility Never An Opportunity.
~ Kahlil Gibran
Nay, Tempt Me Not To Love Again There Was A Time When Love Was Sweet Dear Nea Had I Known Thee Then, Our Souls Had Not Been Slow To Meet But Oh This Weary Heart Hath Run So Many A Time The Rounds Of Pain, Not Even For Thee, Thou Lovely One Would I Endure Such Pangs Again.
~ Sir Thomas More
What Is A Kiss? Why This, As Some Approve: The Sure, Sweet Cement, Glue, And Lime Of Love.
~ Robert Herrick
The Best, Most Beautiful, And Most Perfect Way That We Have Of Expressing A Sweet Concord Of Mind To Each Other Is By Music.
~ Jonathan Edwards
What Was Hard To Endure Is Sweet To Recall.
~ French Prove
A Sweet Thing, For Whatever Time, To Revisit In Dreams The Dear Dad We Have Lost.
~ Euripides
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