Alice Hegan Rice Quotes

Alice Hegan Rice Quotes: In this noisy, restless, bewildering age, there is a great need for quietness of spirit. Even in our communion with God we are so busy presenting our problems, asking for help, seeking relief that we leave no moments of silence to listen for God's answers. By practice we can learn to submerge our spirits beneath the turbulent surface waves of life and reach that depth of our being where all is still, where no storms can reach us. Here only can we forget the material world and its demands on us.
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Alice Hegan Rice Quote: There is no doubt about it that it is more difficult for a woman to follow a career than for a man. Through the centuries his time has been considered more valuable, and he has consequently been excused from wrestling with many of 'life's minor damnabilities.
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Quotes about Alice Hegan Rice: There is an invariable law that the only way to keep the real things of life is by sharing them or giving them away.
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Quote about Alice Hegan Rice: Cheerfulness is a debt we owe to society, in the paying of which we receive a generous discount. We can not open our hearts to give out cheer without more cheer rushing in to take its place.
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Alice Hegan Rice Sayings: Some people act as if there were a penalty for carrying concealed troubles. They exhibit them at every opportunity, begging for sympathy, even condescending to accept pity. Such persons never realize that the very ones to whom they are complaining are often struggling under a burden greater than their own.
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Alice Hegan Rice Saying: Just as a pool of water cannot reflect the sky overhead when it is restless and disturbed, so we can never get a perfect vision of the Divine, and show it to others when we are disturbed with human thoughts and personal problems. It is only when we are quite still and receptive that God can think His thoughts into us and use us for His purposes.
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Sayings about Alice Hegan Rice: I can think of no habit, kept up through the years, that binds a married couple more than that of reading good books together. Domestic problems and personal problems are for the time forgotten, and an intellectual intimacy is established that can be maintained in few other ways.
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Saying about Alice Hegan Rice: Some folks goes right under when trouble comes, but I carry mine fur an' easy.
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Alice Hegan Rice Quotes: It is not what we have but what we do with what we have that constitutes the value of life.
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