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Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By Kate Sherwood: Yes, it's worth it. The pain of sorrow Yes, it's worth it. The pain of sorrow is terrible and hard to bear, but the joy of love makes it worthwhile. p123 Kate Sherwood
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By Andrea Bocelli: The joy of a return is worth the The joy of a return is worth the price one pays at the moment of departure. Andrea Bocelli
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By W. Somerset Maugham: Wounded vanity can make a woman more vindictive Wounded vanity can make a woman more vindictive than a lioness robbed of her cubs. W. Somerset Maugham
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By L. Ron Hubbard: If you really want to make a lot If you really want to make a lot of money, start your own religion. — L. Ron Hubbard
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By Bill Johnson: God is a Person, not a machine. He God is a Person, not a machine. He longs for fellowship. — Bill Johnson
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By J. Benson: Sharing oft leaves less. But with love the Sharing oft leaves less.
But with love the more we share,
the fuller our hearts. — J. Benson
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By Anne Sexton: For God was as large as a sunlamp For God was as large as a sunlamp and laughed his heat at us and therefore we did not cringe at the death hole. — Anne Sexton
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By Mary J. Blige: When I was a child I didn't care When I was a child I didn't care about getting an education, and I didn't finish high school. — Mary J. Blige
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By Emo Philips: Girls throw their panties on the stage, but Girls throw their panties on the stage, but rarely if ever do they fit. — Emo Philips
Lioness And Her Cubs Quotes By Walter Benjamin: Things are only mannequins and even the great Things are only mannequins and even the great world-historical events are only costumes beneath which they exchange glances with nothingness — Walter Benjamin