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A happy marriage is a new beginning of life, a new starting point for happiness and usefulness.
The true call of a Christian is not to do extraordinary things, but to do ordinary things in an extraordinary way.
The cross of Christ is the pledge to us that the deepest suffering may be the condition of the highest blessing; the sign, not of God's displeasure, but of His widest and most compassionate face.
In the long term, there are many factors that will help the luxury market, the creation of new wealth and the Asian tourist boom
I think in reality the Japanese have to make changes in monetary policy, otherwise we're still going to be dealing with some upward pressure on the yen against the dollar.
Doubtless there are times when controversy becomes a necessary evil. But let us remember that it is an evil.
I have looked on scenery as a strange and on scenery more grand, but on scenery at once so strange and so grand I have never looked and probably never shall again.
The greatness of God is the true rebuke to the littleness of men. The greatness of Christ is the true rebuke to the littleness of Christians.
Each one of us is bound to make the little circle in which he or she lives better and happier. Bound to see that out of that small circle the widest good may flow.
I doubt if hard work, steadily and regularly carried on, ever yet hurt anybody.
Posterity preserves only what will pack into small compass. Jewels are handed down from age to age; less portable valuables disappear.
It is through the multitudinous mass of living human hearts, of human acts and words of love and truth, that the Christ of the first century has become the Christ of the nineteenth.
Most people would succeed above themselves.