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Whose hands are God’s hands, but our hands?
In trial or difficulty I have recourse to Mother Mary, whose glance
I understood that every flower created by Him is beautiful, that the
Sufferings gladly borne for others convert more people than sermons.
Love is the Cross, and the Cross is Love.
If you are willing to bear serenely the trial of being displeasing
I will send a shower of roses.
The more one advances, the more one sees the goal is still
The value of life does not depend upon the place we occupy.
Above the clouds the sky is always blue.
The good God would not inspire unattainable desires.
For me, prayer is a surge of the heart; it is a
Jesus does not demand great actions from us, but simply surrender and gratitude.
For me as a midfielder, Paul Scholes was the best possible teacher.
Am I in love? Absolutely. I’m in love with ancient philosophers, foreign
Love is the most common miracle.
When people start asking you to do the same thing over and
Messengers should be neither beheaded nor hanged.
I’d never really wanted to have a really ‘private’ life before. But
It is not love that is blind, but jealousy.
Every woman over fifty should stay in bed until noon.