By Anne Frank
I breathe in my courage and exhale my fear.
Fear is a reaction. Courage is a decision.
Good friends help you to find important things when you have lost them… Your Smile, Your Hope, and your Courage.
Today has a lot of good things for all who are alive in it. Wake up and pursue life with courage and hope, and I can assure you that your future is going to be bright. Good morning.
Be faithful and loyal and you will have the love more than you deserve.
Time will slowly heal me and pull me out of misery. But I hope karma slowly gives you wounds that you deserve in your destiny.
Nobody deserves misery but sometimes it’s just your turn.
Whether we believe in God or karma, ethics is the foundation of every religion.
I’m Hispanic. I’m a Catholic. I believe in God. I believe in karma.
When by the power of evil karma, misery is being tested, may the tutelary deities dissipate the misery.
I have no faith at all, I only hold conviction.
Whatever a man might do, whatever misery or heartache your children might give you – and they give you a lot – however much your parents irritate you – it doesn’t matter because you love them.
What good are wings without the courage to fly?
We believe in equal respect for all faiths.
If at any moment Time stays his hand, it is only when we are delivered over to the miseries of boredom.
If God made this world, then I would not want to be the God. It is full of misery and distress that it breaks my heart.
Faith is like love: it does not let itself be forced.
The safest way of not being very miserable is not to expect to be very happy.
That is what we do each time we see someone who falls in love with evil strategies, until we hurl him into misery, so he may learn to fear the Gods.
Shrines! Shrines! Surely you don’t believe in the gods. What’s your argument? Where’s your proof?