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i-try-to-do-anything-i-can-to-quicken-things-up
the-soul-man-must-quicken-to-creation-t-s-eliot
i-was-happy-to-stay-off-pace-but-when-i-asked-him-to-quicken-he-went-away-frankie-dettori
plead-my-cause-and-deliver-me-quicken-me-according-to-thy-word
i-am-afflicted-very-much-quicken-me-o-lord-according-unto-thy-word
so-will-not-we-go-back-from-thee-quicken-us-and-we-will-call-upon-thy-name
the-gift-holy-ghostquicken-s-all-intellectual-faculties-parley-p-pratt
pro-tools-was-invented-to-quicken-recording-process
what-doesnt-quicken-dies-thats-indisputable-truth-life-dean-koontz
courage-even-sorrows-when-once-they-are-vanished-quicken-soul-as-rain-valley-johann-gaudenz-von-salisseewis
genius-is-good-deal-like-sea-nothing-can-restrain-its-tide-quicken-it-inez-haynes-irwin
the-arts-capture-our-insecurities-quicken-our-instincts-guide-us-through-threats-they-help-us-know-ourselves-they-help-us-know-each-other-they-help-us-know-better
my-soul-cleaveth-unto-the-dust-quicken-thou-me-according-to-thy-word
the-world-has-shifted-to-palm-our-hand-tablet-we-hadnt-been-investing-in-quicken-that-way
turn-away-mine-eyes-from-beholding-vanity-and-quicken-thou-me-in-thy-way
and-even-one-life-that-bears-witness-to-truth-prosperity-law-will-quicken-consciousness-whole-community-eric-butterworth
the-little-time-that-remains-between-this-moment-our-death-should-quicken-our-diligence-to-inherit-endless-unchangeable-eternity-god-stephen-charnock
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music-when-soft-voices-die-vibrates-in-the-memory-odors-when-sweet-violets-sicken-live-within-the-sense-they-quicken
the-arts-can-sharpen-vision-quicken-intellect-preserve-memory-activate-conscience-enhance-understanding-refresh-language-steve-turner
music-when-soft-voices-dievibrates-in-memoryodors-when-sweet-violets-sickenlive-within-sense-they-quicken-percy-bysshe-shelley
great-literature-should-do-some-good-to-reader-must-quicken-his-perception-though-dull-sharpen-his-discrimination-though-blunt-mellow-rawness-his-personal-opinions-ae-housman
the-victorian-internet-is-must-read-for-anyone-interested-in-history-technology-in-cycles-hype-boom-bust-that-seem-to-only-quicken-with-each-new-wave-innovation-highly-recommende
great-are-thy-tender-mercies-o-lord-quicken-me-according-to-thy-judgments
hear-my-voice-according-unto-thy-lovingkindness-o-lord-quicken-me-according-to-thy-judgment
consider-how-i-love-thy-precepts-quicken-me-o-lord-according-to-thy-lovingkindness
behold-i-have-longed-after-thy-precepts-quicken-me-in-thy-righteousness
thou-which-hast-shewed-me-great-and-sore-troubles-shalt-quicken-me-again-and-shalt-bring-me-up-again-from-the-depths-of-the-earth
subsequent-to-original-quicken-whole-idea-that-we-as-consumer-products-company-could-actually-make-business-products-that-was-whole-revolution-in-scott-d-cook
quicken-me-after-thy-lovingkindness-so-shall-i-keep-the-testimony-of-thy-mouth
we-are-mediocre-we-are-half-givers-we-are-half-lovers-we-are-savourless-salt-break-hard-crust-complacency-quicken-in-us-sharp-grace-desire-caryll-houselander
quicken-me-o-lord-for-thy-names-sake-for-thy-righteousness-sake-bring-my-soul-out-of-trouble
to-worship-is-to-quicken-conscience-by-holiness-god-to-feed-mind-with-truth-god-to-purge-imagination-by-beauty-god-to-open-heart-to-love-god-to-devote-will-to-purpose-god-william
whenever-we-warm-our-hands-by-fire-we-allow-energy-radiated-by-fire-to-quicken-up-movements-atoms-which-hands-are-composed-when-we-cool-any-substance-we-check-those-movements
life-is-short-time-is-short-as-we-get-older-time-does-quicken-its-long-its-long-pertaining-to-that-thought-that-past-is-not-done-with-you-because-philip-seymour-hoffman
Our opportunities to give of ourselves are indeed limitless, but they are also perishable. There are hearts to gladden. There are kind words to say. There are gifts to be given. There are deeds to be done. There are souls to be saved. As we remember that 'when ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God, ' (Mosiah 2:17) we will not find ourselves in the unenviable position of Jacob Marley's ghost, who spoke to Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens's immortal "Christmas Carol." Marley spoke sadly of opportunities lost. Said he: 'Not to know that any Christian spirit working kindly in its little sphere, whatever it may be, will find its mortal life too short for its vast means of usefulness. Not to know that no space of regret can make amends for one life's opportunity misused! Yet such was I! Oh! such was I!' Marley added: 'Why did I walk through crowds of fellow-beings with my eyes turned down, and never raise them to that blessed Star which led the Wise Men to a poor abode? Were there no poor homes to which its light would have conducted me!' Fortunately, as we know, Ebenezer Scrooge changed his life for the better. I love his line, 'I am not the man I was.' Why is Dickens' "Christmas Carol" so popular? Why is it ever new? I personally feel it is inspired of God. It brings out the best within human nature. It gives hope. It motivates change. We can turn from the paths which would lead us down and, with a song in our hearts, follow a star and walk toward the light. We can quicken our step, bolster our courage, and bask in the sunlight of truth. We can hear more clearly the laughter of little children. We can dry the tear of the weeping. We can comfort the dying by sharing the promise of eternal life. If we lift one weary hand which hangs down, if we bring peace to one struggling soul, if we give as did the Master, we can-by showing the way-become a guiding star for some lost mariner.

Thomas S. Monson
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I have sometimes thought that the mere hearing of those songs would do more to impress some minds with the horrible character of slavery, than the reading of whole volumes of philosophy on the subject could do. I did not, when a slave, understand the deep meaning of those rude and apparently incoherent songs. I was myself within the circle; so that I neither saw nor heard as those without might see and hear. They told a tale of woe which was then altogether beyond my feeble comprehension; they were tones loud, long, and deep; they breathed the prayer and complaint of souls boiling over with bitterest anguish. Every tone was a testimony against slavery, and a prayer to God for deliverance from chains. The hearing of those wild notes always depressed my spirit, and filled me with ineffable sadness. I have frequently found myself in tears while hearing them. The mere recurrence to those songs, even now, afflicts me; and while I am writing these lines, an expression of feeling has already found its way down my cheek. To those songs I trace my first glimmering conception of the dehumanizing character of slavery. I can never get rid of that conception. Those songs still follow me, to deepen my hatred of slavery, and quicken my sympathies for my brethren in bonds. If any one wishes to be impressed with the soul-killing effects of slavery, let him go to Colonel Lloyd's plantation, and, on allowance-day, place himself in the deep pine woods, and there let him, in silence, analyze the sounds that shall pass through the chambers of his soul, - and if he is not thus impressed, it will only be because "there is no flesh in his obdurate heart." I have often been utterly astonished, since I came to the north, to find persons who could speak of the singing, among slaves, as evidence of their contentment and happiness. It is impossible to conceive of a greater mistake. Slaves sing most when they are most unhappy. The songs of the slave represent the sorrows of his heart; and he is relieved by them, only as an aching heart is relieved by its tears. At least, such is my experience. I have often sung to drown my sorrow, but seldom to express my happiness. Crying for joy, and singing for joy, were alike uncommon to me while in the jaws of slavery. The singing of a man cast away upon a desolate island might be as appropriately considered as evidence of contentment and happiness, as the singing of a slave; the songs of the one and of the other are prompted by the same emotion.

Frederick Douglass
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