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Hell is full of good meanings and wishings.


George Herbert

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Hell is full of good meanings and wishings
GEORGE HERBERT
hell is full of good wishes and desires.
BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX
Hell is full of good intentions or desires.
ST. BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX
Feast of George Herbert, Priest, Poet, 1633 Love is that liquor sweet and most divine Which my God...
GEORGE HERBERT
Hell is full of good intentions. [Sp., El infierno es lleno de buenas intenciones.]
HORACE GREELEY
Hell is full of good intentions. [Sp., El infierno es lleno de buenas intenciones.]
THOMAS GRAY
If the people were to ever find out what we have done, we would be chased down the streets and lynch...
GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH
Hell is full of musical amateurs.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Times have changed since George Herbert... but the principle and spirit in which he ministered as a ...
ARTHUR MIDDLETON
Hell is full of good wishes or desires. [Fr., L'enfer est plein de bonnes volontes ou desirs.]
SAINT BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX
The president I came to know best was George Herbert Walker Bush. No. 41 in your program, No. 1 on y...
DAN JENKINS
Hell is indefinite.
CHARLES WILLIAMS
Good has two meanings: it means that which is good absolutely and that which is good for somebody.
ARISTOTLE
Good has two meanings: it means that which is good absolutely and that which is good for somebody.
ARISTOTLE
Hell is paved with priests' skulls.
JOHN CHRYSOSTOM
Hell is full of musical amateurs: music is the brandy of the damned.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Hell is other people.
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE
Herbert has been an inspiration to us, ... It took courage for Herbert to do what he has done and to...
CARL JOHNSON
Feast of George Herbert, Priest, Poet, 1633 If I be bound to pray for all that be in distress, su...
GEORGE HERBERT
Heaven is empty and hell is full, wait for me I am also coming there.
VIKRANT PARSAI
If you think you know what the hell is going on, you're probably full of shit.
ROBERT ANTON WILSON
When you make it an issue, it does not just become an issue, but it also grows to become a history a...
ERNEST AGYEMANG YEBOAH
It may mean everything... It may mean something... or it may mean nothing at all.
C LIONG
Sanskrit is a beautiful contextual language. It is called “Dev Bhasha” the language of the soul....
AMIT RAY
If it is true that words have meanings, why don't we throw away words and keep just the meanings?
Our life is a series of moments. Let them all go. Moments. All gathering towards this one.
NOW IS GOOD
A man from hell is not afraid of hot ashes.
DOROTHY GILMAN
Hell is empty and all the devils are here.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Will GWB be the (Herbert) Hoover of his age?
JUDE WANNISKI
If you're a friend or a relative of George Herbert Walker Bush, Prez 41, or George W. Bush, Prez...
DAN JENKINS
‎"If you're cup is half empty, you can blame it on others, or you can fill it up yourself.."
REZA FARIVAR
‎"If you're cup is half empty, you can blame it on others, or you can fill it up yourself.."
REZA FARIVAR
There are people who do what they believe is right, but as they say, 'The road to hell is paved ...
AJA NAOMI KING
Адът е тук и сега. Раят също. Престани да се плашиш от ад...
ELIF SHAFAK
I can't say too much about what happened with George McCartney because I do not know the full story ...
AARON HUGHES
The language of friendship is not words but meanings.
HENRY DAVID THOREAU
The language of Friendship is not words, but meanings.
HENRY DAVID THOREAU
A road to hell is wide, beautiful, attractive and easy. A road to heaven is narrow, full of bumps an...
WOHI PURANA
It would be the equivalent of George W. Bush running for election with a family full of communists.
EFRAIM INBAR
A perpetual holiday is a good working definition of hell.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
If Americans believed in this Bible's hell, they would have hung George W. Bush and Dick Cheney for ...
BOBBY W. MILLER
Hell is paved with good intentions
JOHN RAY
Hell is paved with good intentions.
LORD EDWARD COKE
George,” said Fred, “I think we’ve outgrown full-time education.”
“Yeah, I’ve been ...
J.K. ROWLING
If Americans believed in this Bible's hell, they would have hung George W. Bush and Dick Cheney for ...
BOBBY W. MILLER
Hell is paved with good samaritans.
ROBERT HERRICK
Hell is paved with good intentions.
SAMUEL JOHNSON
Hell is paved with good intentions.
JOHN RAY
Hell is paved with good Samaritans.
WILLIAM M. HOLDEN
Hell is paved with good intentions.
CICERO (MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO)
Feast of George Herbert, Priest, Poet, 1633 The shepherds sing; and shall I silent be? My God, no...
GEORGE HERBERT
I'm about as Chinese as Herbert Hoover.
PAUL MUNI
Most people are full of themselves and speak only the obnoxiously superficial, in other words they'r...
NOVALA TAKEMOTO
No hidden meanings. We were just looking for something that had a good, energetic beat.
BRUCE LOWRY
Fred and George turned to each other and said together, “Wow — we’re identical!
J.K. ROWLING
Good music is good music, and everything else can go to hell.
DAVE MATTHEWS
What if — is more complicated than that? What if maybe opposite is true as well? Because, if bad c...
DONNA TARTT
The expression often used by Mr. Herbert Spencer of the Survival of the Fittest is more accurate, a...
CHARLES R. DARWIN
Empathy is the new measurement of everything. It doesn't matter what religion you have, what God you...
C. JOYBELL C.
Hell is full of musical amateurs: music is the brandy of the damned. May not one lost soul be permit...
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Meanings are not determined by situations, but we determine ourselves by the meanings we give to sit...
ALFRED ADLER
George the First was always reckoned / Vile, but viler George the Second; / And what mortal ever hea...
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR
It is good to have friends, even in hell
SPANISH PROVERB
The Senate is a place filled with goodwill and good intentions, and if the road to hell is paved wit...
HUBERT H. HUMPHREY
Neither Heaven nor Hell are far from routine. The biggest danger lies in the perception of the proxi...
GARY RUDZ
The expression often used by Mr. Herbert Spencer of the Survival of the Fittest is more accurate, an...
CHARLES DARWIN
People have positive associations with George Foreman. Part of the value of having a good, positive ...
EDWARD FOX
Is this how humanity waves good-bye?
Hell no.
RICK YANCEY
I know that God is good, and he saved me from hell and damnation.
AARON NEVILLE
A really good poem is full of music.
ERIC WHITACRE
The frontier between hell and heaven is only the difference between two ways of looking at things.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
The mind is a universe and can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.
JOHN MILTON
If I were in the Beatles, I'd be a good George Harrison.
NOEL GALLAGHER
Hell is paved with good intentions, not bad ones
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Melanctha Herbert was always losing what she had in all the things she saw. Melanctha was always bei...
GERTRUDE STEIN
You mistake patience for forbearance.
GEORGE R.R. MARTIN
You want meaning? Well, the meanings are out there. We're just so damn good at reading them wrong.
DAVID LEVITHAN
Herbert Hoover versus Al Smith in 1928 was one of the dirtiest elections in American history.
JOSEPH CUMMINS
Do all things possible to be recognized by Heaven, for that is the true noble thing!
ERNEST AGYEMANG YEBOAH
My biggest regret shall be never going to Heaven
ERNEST AGYEMANG YEBOAH
I'm about as Chinese as Herbert Hoover.
PAUL MUNI
The truth is, honey, I've enjoyed my life. I've had a hell of a good time.
AVA GARDNER
Another Boehme with a tougher book / And subtler meanings of what roses say.
ROBERT BROWNING
The specific 'heaven' you 'go to' is built upon what you believe and the hell you can descend to is ...
ALAN B JONES
Commemoration of George Augustus Selwyn, first Bishop of New Zealand, 1878 Come all crosses, we...
SAMUEL RUTHERFORD
Why the Hell Not?
KINKY FRIEDMAN
Two meanings have our lightest fantasies, One of the flesh, and of the spirit one.
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
If I were in the Beatles, I'd be a good George Harrison.
NOEL GALLAGHER
Aum has over hundred meanings, one of them is,' Asset Under Management'.
DR HITESH C SHETH
John McCain was one of the senators who voted against George Herbert Walker Bush's disastrous br...
KELLYANNE CONWAY
The horror of Hell is an echo of the infinite worth of God's glory.
JOHN PIPER
Good Luck comes to you as your hand is full of commitment and courage along with good qualities.
NISHI DE SILVA
It's not perfect. But George Mitchell is credible. He should do a good job.
FAY VINCENT
How good and thoughtful he is; the world seems full of good men--even if there are monsters in it.
BRAM STOKER
Silence is a great companion when words are devoid of meanings.
NEMA AL-ARABY
Sure, there's a lot of interest. But the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
GREG RIGAMER
I think George Hamilton is going to be a good competitor.
LISA RINNA
Life is not a bowl full of cherries, there's good and bad stuff.
FUZZY ZOELLER
The enlightened ruler is heedful, and the good general full of caution.
SUN TZU
Long human words (the longer the better) were easy, unmistakable, and rarely changed their meanings ...
ROBERT A. HEINLEIN

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Buy at a faire, but sell at home.
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Better speake truth rudely, then lye covertly.
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An Idle youth, a needy Age.
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Folly growes without watering.
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Fine words dresse ill deedes.
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Feare keepes the garden better then the gardiner.
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Farre shooting never kild bird.
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Faire language grates not the tongue.
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Every day brings his bread with it.
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Emptie vessels sound most.
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Good workemen are seldome rich.
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Good words quench more then a bucket of water.
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Good is god, but better carries it.
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Stay a while, that we may make an end the sooner.
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True praise rootes and spreedes.
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