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Guilt is the very nerve of sorrow


Horace Bushnell

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It was all very nerve-racking.
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The worst guilt is to accept an unearned guilt.
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Ow!" said Horace as the Ranger's fingers probed and poked around the bruise.
Did that hurt?" Ha...
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Guilt has very quick ears to an accusation.
HENRY FIELDING
I should’ve been very cross with Anubis. Kissing me without permission—the nerve!
RICK RIORDAN
A man of guilt acknowledges and changes himself immediately on being hinted slightly about his fault...
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The path of sorrow, and that path alone, Leads to the lands where sorrow is unknown.
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Shared sorrow is half sorrow
DANISH PROVERB
There is no worse sorrow than remembering happiness in the day of sorrow.
ALFRED MUSSET
The path of sorrow and that path alone, leads to a land where sorrow is unknown.
WILLIAM COWPER
After that he became very reclusive and guilt-ridden.
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There is no worse sorrow than remembering happiness in the day of sorrow.
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Guilt has very quick ears to an accusation.
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My whole body is shaking right now. This is such a fast track. It was very nerve-racking, but very f...
ELLIOTT SADLER
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Resignation is the courage of Christian sorrow.
ALEXANDRE VINET
Resignation is the courage of Christian sorrow
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The true nature of sorrow is boredom.
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I have not done enough for effect." Horace Greeley
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I've learned that from a war ignited by revenge, nothing can be born, but sorrow. - Aladdin
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Although the most acute judges of the witches and even the witches themselves, were convinced of the...
FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
Auditioning is so nerve-racking.
LESLIE MANN
Man created Guilt. Guilt is the Perpetual Engine that Drives the World.
VINEET RAJ KAPOOR
Jealousy is the effect of guilt of ones own mishaps.
ROBERT NELLUMS
Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion of death.
ELISABETH KÜBLER-ROSS
Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion of death.
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A sorrow's crown of sorrow is remembering happier times.
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Some say innocence is simply the mask of guilt.
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Guilt is regret for what we’ve done. Regret is guilt for what we didn’t do.
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It is better to experience sorrow than happiness.Many life lessons are learnt in moments of sorrow.
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A little nonsense now and then, is cherished by the wisest men.
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A husband is what is left of the lover after the nerve has been extracted.
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Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion of death.
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Great is the guilt of an unnecessary war.
JOHN ADAMS
Nothing cuts the nerve of the desire to pursue holiness as much as a sense of guilt. On the contrary...
JERRY BRIDGES
"Not to admire, is all the art I know (Plain truth, dear Murray, needs few flowers of speech) ...
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A husband is what is left of a lover, after the nerve has been extracted.
HELEN ROWLAND
A husband is what's left of the lover once the nerve has been extracted.
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A husband is what's left of the lover after the nerve has been extracted.
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Prayer is the slender nerve that moves the muscle of omnipotence.
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Prayer is the slender nerve that moves the muscle of omnipotence.
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Nerve gas is not a toy
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Pessimism is only the name that men of weak nerve give to wisdom.
MARK TWAIN
Prayer is the slender nerve that moves the muscle of omnipotence.
MARTIN FARQUHAR TUPPER
Sorrow is the great idealizer.
UNKNOWN
Sorrow is held the eldest child of sin.
JOHN WEBSTER
In every man's heart there is a secret nerve that answers to the vibrations of beauty.
CHRISTOPHER MORLEY
Guilt is always jealous
JOHN RAY
A land of levity is a land of guilt.
EDWARD YOUNG
What is guilt? Guilt is the pledge drive constantly hammering in our heads that keeps us from fully ...
DENNIS MILLER
His guilt of this heinous crime is not in question,
BILL HILL
Attachment to materialistic things is the mother of all sorrow.
NEHA KOTHARI
Sorrow is the child of too much joy
CHINESE PROVERBS
Sorrow is the great idealizer.
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
Guilt is always jealous.
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The nerve of them makes your blood boil,
DON GRAHAM
A husband is what's left of a sweetheart after the nerve has been killed.
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EDWARD COOPER
Most of the time there is testing, it confirms the guilt of the defendant,
JENNIFER JOYCE
Shared joy is a double joy; shared sorrow is half a sorrow
SWEDISH PROVERB
True there is sorrow but sorrow is born from loosing something that once made you happy
MARTIN GORANOV
Wanting has to go. Wanting to be free from something that is not there is what you call "sorrow.” ...
U.G. KRISHNAMURTI
I have not suffered any nerve damage, nor have I received any treatment for nerve damage.
CALVIN JOHNSON
I had children very young. You go through a period of immense guilt about being a working mother.
ADENA FRIEDMAN
Denial, panic, threats, anger - those are very human responses to feeling guilt.
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Don't you cry.
It's enough
That you tried.
I love you,
And ...
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Thirst is the end of drinking and sorrow is the end of drunkenness.
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Nothing is more wretched than the mind of a man conscious of guilt.
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Then farewell, Horace; whom I hated so, Not for thy faults, but mine.
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The man is either mad, or he is making verses.
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Gold will be slave or master.
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Let your character be kept up the very end, just as it began, and so be consistent.
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Vitanda est improba Siren Desidia. (That shameful Siren, sloth, is ever to be avoided.)
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In times of stress, be bold and valiant.
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Once a word has been allowed to escape, it cannot be recalled.
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He wins every hand who mingles profit with pleasure.
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The appearance of right oft leads us wrong.
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The disgrace of others often keeps tender minds from vice.
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Seize the day, put no trust in the morrow!
[Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.]
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Nothing's beautiful from every point of view.
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He who has begun has half done. Dare to be wise; begin.
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