When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love … then make that day count!
One thing that I am sure of, and which I can answer truthfully, is that whatever the contingencies that may Arise here, wherever I am there will be no Communism.francisco franco
If there is to be a war between England and the United States, tis impossible for us to pretend sympathy with the former. We shall have allies, not enemies, on the banks of the Columbia, and distant and desolate as are those tracts beyond the Rocky Mountains, even there may Arise an opportunity for demanding and regaining our place among the nations.john mitchel
Paradoxically, the problems of politics often Arise not in the form of a problem of scarcity, but as one of abundance.mark kingwell
Beauty in this Iron Age must turn From fluid living rainbow shapes to torn And sootened fragments, ashes in an urn On whose gray surface runes are traced by a Norn Who hopes to wake the Future to Arise In Phoenix -fashion, and to shine with rays To blast the sight of modern men whose dyes Of selfishness and lust have stained our days...philip josé farmer
Her children Arise up, and call her blessed.
Arise, ye workers from your slumber, Arise, ye prisoners of want.
Beware lest ye suffer one another to be wrapt in veils by reason of the disputes which may, during your night, Arise among you as a result of the problems ye encounter or in consideration of such matters as your loftiness or lowliness, your nearness or remoteness.Thus have We firmly exhorted you — a befitting exhortation indeed — that haply ye may cleave tenaciously unto it and attain thereby salvation on the Day of Resurrection.báb
Feelings of love and gratitude Arise directly and spontaneously in the baby in response to the love and care of his mother.Melanie Klein
A guru is one who tells you to throw away all the crutches that we have been made to believe are essential for our survival. He would ask you to walk, and he would say that if you fall, you will Arise and walk.u. g. krishnamurti
Profit can only Arise upon alienation, i.e. in the act of exchange, when the seller sells more dearly than he has bought.roll, eric, baron roll of ipsden
" The difficulties in economic life Arise mainly because men forget divine power,,"roll, eric, baron roll of ipsden
We should never despair, our Situation before has been unpromising and has changed for the better, so I trust, it will again. If new difficulties Arise, we must only put forth New Exertions and proportion our Efforts to the exigency of the times.
To cut out every negative root would simultaneously mean choking off positive elements that might Arise from it further up the stem of the plant. We should not feel embarrassed by our difficulties, only by our failure to grow anything beautiful from them.Alain de Botton
Any time you are with anyone or think of anyone you must say to yourself: I am dying and this person too is dying , attempting the while to experience the truth of the words you are saying. If every one of you agrees to practise this, bitterness will die out, harmony will Arise.anthony de mello
In all determinations of morality, this circumstance of public utility is ever principally in view; and wherever disputes Arise, either in philosophy or common life, concerning the bounds of duty, the question cannot, by any means, be decided with greater certainty, than by ascertaining, on any side, the true interests of mankind. If any false opinion, embraced from appearances, has been found to prevail; as soon as farther experience and sounder reasoning have given us juster notions of human affairs, we retract our first sentiment, and adjust anew the boundaries of moral good and evil.David Hume
For me Fate gave, whate'er she else denied, A nature sloping to the southern side; I thank her for it, though when clouds Arise Such natures double-darken gloomy skies.james russell lowell
All the perplexities, confusion and distress in America Arise, not from defects in their Constitution or Confederation , not from want of honor or virtue , so much as from the downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit and circulation .
All the perplexities, confusions, and distresses in America Arise, not from defects in their constitution or confederation, not from a want of honor or virtue, so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation.
Break, break, break, On thy cold gray stones, oh sea! And I would that my tongue could utter The thoughts that Arise in me.
Conditions may, and are not unlikely to Arise, some day, when the exercise of the power to impeach and remove the President may be quite as essential to the preservation of our political system as it threatened to become in this instance destructive of that system. Should that day ever come, it is to be hoped that the remedy of impeachment, as established by the Constitution, may be as patriotically, as fearlessly, and as unselfishly applied as it was on this occasion rejected.
It is not only a justice due to the Crown and the party, in every criminal cause where doubts Arise, to weigh well the grounds and reasons of the judgment; but it is of great consequence to explain them with accuracy and precision in open Court, especially if the questions be of a general tendency, and upon topics never before fully considered and settled, that the criminal law of the land may be certain and known.
When Dudeness is forgotten, League bylaws and rules Arise; Then political advocacy and pornography are joined, And standards fall regrettably.
So pleas'd at first, the towring Alps we try, Mount o'er the Vales, and seem to tread the Sky; Th' Eternal Snows appear already past, And the first Clouds and Mountains seem the last: But those attain'd, we tremble to survey The growing Labours of the lengthen'd Way, Th' increasing Prospect tires our wandring Eyes, Hills peep o'er Hills, and Alps on Alps Arise!Alexander Pope