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A Quote by unknown on action, belief, confusion, difficulty, justice, listening, practice, problems, regret, solution, and time

Eight things to do when difficulty hits you. 1. Keep calm, don't panic, don't get dramatic. 2. Don't nurse regrets, (forget what is over the dam). 3. Practice de-confusion (list it on paper). 4. Don't insist on a solution for the whole problem (just go one step at a time). 5. Ask yourself if the problem is right or wrong; (no wrong action works out right) (hold on to the right and you will come out all right in the end.). 6. Pray. 7. Go for a walk and talk with the Lord and then listen and believe. 8. Continue to persevere. You will somehow stay on top and come out all right.

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Source: Albert W. Daw Collection

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A Quote by unknown on courage and listening

Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.

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Source: Quotations of Courage & Vision

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A Quote by unknown on listening and people

If you can't get people to listen to you any other way, tell them it's confidential.

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A Quote by unknown on angels, attitude, earth, garden, god, listening, neighbors, patience, and time

The Ten Commandments of Gardening Thou shalt be patient till it's thyme to garden Thou shalt be outstanding in thy field Thou shalt lovingly care for the Earth Thou shalt weed thy garden diligently Thou shalt take time to smell the flowers Thou shalt keep a fresh from the garden attitude Thou shalt give freely of the bounty of thy harvest Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors soil Thou shalt listen to your Garden Angels Thou shalt bloom where you are planted and grow strong under God's tender care.

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Source: Garden Quotes

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A Quote by unknown on boredom and listening

The worst thing about a bore is not that he won't stop talking, but that he won't let you stop listening.

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A Quote by unknown on advice, appreciation, books, children, clothes, criticism, decisions, feeling, good, interest, justice, life, listening, mistakes, nature, needs, parenthood, practice, sarcasm, teenage, time, and understanding

When parents make a practice of hurting and humiliating their children, they do permanent damage. There is a big difference between describing what you don't like or don't stand for, to a child, and your resulting to name-calling, sarcasm, and cutting remarks. Try to avoid criticism and advice about appearances and clothes. Don't say "just do as we say." Take time to listen, consider, and explain your feelings, let them decide on miner issues. Take a reasonable interest in your child's life, but you don't need to know every detail. Remember, teen-agers can't help being oversensitive to everything. Nature biologically causes a teen-ager to cast out the parents. Don't take it so hard. Appreciate their need to grow up and look outward. Don't be too shattered when all of the sudden you aren't as important any more. Get good books on teen-agers, read them, they will help you understand and may help you from making huge mistakes. When you understand where they are and they understand where you are you can meet a common ground.

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Source: Gesell Institute. Albert W. Daw Collection

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A Quote by Thomas Hood on listening and silence

I saw old autumn in the misty morn Stand shadowless like silence, listening To silence.

Thomas Hood (1798 - 1845)

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A Quote by Thomas Hood on listening and silence

I saw old Autumn in the misty morn Stand shadowless like Silence, listening To silence.

Thomas Hood (1798 - 1845)

Source: Ode; Autumn

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A Quote by Thomas Hardy on listening and silence

Silence is wonderful to listen to.

Thomas Hardy (1840 - 1928)

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A Quote by Thomas Hardy on listening and silence

Silent? Ah, he is silent! He can keep silence well. That man's silence is wonderful to listen to.

Thomas Hardy (1840 - 1928)

Source: Under the Greenwood Tree

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