You passed from a guarded life in your sheltered home to a life of conflict in the busy world . There temptation ' met you , and , as it appealed to your will , you became conscious of indwelling evil , whose powerful presence was ...
Author: George Body
Category: Sermons, English
She had only lived on Rarotonga for two weeks, and already she understood that hers had been a life of extraordinary privilege, a life most of the world could not even imagine. Relocating to a poor country was an exercise in humility.
Author: Jennifer Fulton
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc
Actually, drinking before reading this book is highly recommended. Once you quit working, you may encounter many of the experiences described on these pages. Work is a retirement in progress and retirement is a work in progress. Interested?
Author: Mike Shouse
Nicolette's appearance on the scene, the way in which her life had in the past been obviously linked up with his, had made Shirley realize abruptly how much he had come to mean in her own life; that, actually, it was his presence which ...
Author: Margaret Pedler
Publisher: Good Press
Ned lives a guarded life, forbidden, apparently, to talk anything but elegant trivialities with this monstrous man he loves. And I don't seem to have talked to anybody since you left, except to Guy about the baby.
Author: Vance Bourjaily
Publisher: Open Road Media
The titles of some of the journal articles he published between 1855 and 1865 probably indicate the best way to define Galton's nature at this point in his life: “Signals Available to Men Who Are Adrift on Wrecks at Sea,” “On a New ...
Author: Daniel Okrent
This was someone who was thinking a little deeper about life than I currently was. ... human race does not change that much as life comes at us. ... I asked him what he did for a living and he gave a guarded answer.
Author: Kordell Norton
Category: Business & Economics
... and Rushdie henceforth had to lead a careful, largely secluded and heavily guarded life. He had always insisted upon his right to take on big topics, and to off end if necessary, openly, intelligently, and with artistic integrity.
Author: Rick Gekoski
Publisher: Hachette UK
It was as though , invisible , they had been always there , watching the quiet , guarded life of the Lodge , waiting for it to end thus . The coroner , in truth , did not seem to ask questions ; he seemed to know everything that could ...
Author: William B. Maxwell
Category: English fiction
By a law of things , all that lives clings to existence with a tenacity far greater than to all else besides . ... to prevent which nature has wisely and most effectually guarded life by implanting in all that lives a love of it far ...
Author: Orson Squire FOWLER
... it would have been a great pleasure to her ; but there was besides the happiness of confidence and unrestraint in their society , a restful enjoyment only to be appreciated by living the guarded life of constraint that was hers .
Author: Charlotte Mary Yonge
We are not yet capable of real biological-logical freedom so we need to define it and clarify it first, then perhaps the human species will not remain in a guarded entity state of stasis sleep, living in fear, sabotaging his life force ...
Author: James Bèyor
His publications include The Circle of Our Vision: Dante's Presence in English Romantic Poetry (1994), Hardy's Geography: Wessex and the Regional Novel (2002), and Thomas Hardy: The Guarded Life (2006). Isabella Sandwell is Lecturer in ...
Author: William John Lyons
On and on it goes: traditional Judaism produces the guarded life. Why must those commands be followed? Because they come from God who made everything in the universe: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
Author: Marvin Olasky
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group