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How Many Angels Are There One - Who Transforms Our Live - Is Plenty.
~ Prove
It Would Be Absurd If We Did Not Understand Both Angels And Devils, Since We Invented Them.
~ John Steinbeck, East of Eden, Chapter 13, Part II
It Is Better To Conquer Yourself Than To Win A Thousand Battles. Then The Victory Is Yours. It Cannot Be Taken From You, Not By Angels Or By Demons, Heaven Or Hell.
~ Buddha
Now Cracks A Noble Heart. Good Night Sweet Prince And Flights Of Angels Sing Thee To Thy Rest.
~ William Shakespeare
We Are Not Enemies But Friends. We Must Not Be Enemies. Though Passion May Have Strained It Must Not Break Our Bonds Of Affection. The Mystic Cords Of Memory Shall Swell When Again Touched, As Surely They Will Be, By The Better Angels Of Nature.
~ Abraham Lincoln
The Golden Moments In The Stream Of Life Rush Past Us And We See Nothing But Sand The Angels Come To Visit Us, And We Only Know Them When They Are Gone.
~ George Eliot
Yes, Love Indeed Is Light From Heaven A Spark Of That Immortal Fire With Angels Shared, By Allah Given To Lift From Earth Our Low Desire.
~ George Gordon Byron
Unlike Those Who Pretend To Be Immaculate, Fallen Angels Are Usually More Intriguing Because Their Earthliness Is Heavenly.
~ Carl Polloi
Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear To Tread.
~ Alexander Pope, (1712? )
When One Has Tasted Watermelon He Knows What The Angels Eat.
~ Mark Twain
As I Was Walking Among The Fires Of Hell, Delighted With The Enjoyments Of Genius; Which To Angels Look Like Torment And Insanity. I Collected Some Of Their Proverbs.
~ William Blake, "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell", 1790
We Must Not Be Enemies. Though Passion May Have Strained, It Must Not Break Our Bonds Of Affection. The Mystic Chords Of Memory, Stretching From Every Battlefield And Patriot Grave, To Every Living Heart And Hearth-stone, All Over This Broad Land, Will Yet Swell The Chorus Of The Union When Again Touched, As Surely They Will Be, By The Better Angels Of Our Nature.
~ Abraham Lincoln
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