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Endure numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. And we had to endure.
  2. That I could not endure.
  3. But it could not endure.
  4. Well, I will not endure.
  5. I didn’t want to endure.

  6. One had to wait and endure.
  7. He'd have to endure whatever.
  8. I can't endure such questions.
  9. That's no easy thing to endure.
  10. Hath gradually learnt to endure;.
  11. He had no choice but to endure it.
  12. One must toil and often endure a.
  14. He had to endure the bugs and the.
  15. Will it endure? It ought to endure.

  16. Who can endure that endless pain?
  17. Only till he can once again endure.
  18. But his marketing principles endure.
  19. I had to endure the humiliation of.
  20. Golyadkin could endure it no longer.
  21. She could not endure the idea of it.
  22. I know there are hardships to endure.
  23. And who will be able to endure it?!.
  24. But until that day, men will endure.
  25. Finally, I could endure it no longer.

  26. I can't endure these people who bite.
  27. Moreover he had to endure the lashing.
  28. He doubted he had the nerve to endure.
  29. All the dangers he is willing to endure.
  30. The terms of our estate may not endure.
  31. They’ve had to endure the hatred of.
  32. Pain is something most men can endure.
  33. Even solitary lions have hell to endure.
  34. How were they supposed to endure that?
  35. Can endure to more resilient, resilient.
  36. I will try to bring myself to endure it.
  37. She is too unhappy and I can't endure it.
  38. It is who we are, and it is free to endure.
  39. I wouldn't have been able to endure those.
  40. She probably wanted to endure it by herself.
  41. All he could do was lay impotent and endure.
  42. Sprug they were ready to endure any problems.
  43. But, quite a few endure more than they should.
  44. I could no longer endure what I was becoming.
  45. I can't endure _this_ sort of thing, you know.
  46. Dureth: To endure; to last; going on in action.
  47. We have a few more introductions to endure.
  48. I cannot endure the modern school of painting.
  49. I don't think I could endure it a second time.
  50. It had to endure—which meant I had to endure.
  51. Which, if unmoved, with pain forever will endure.
  52. If a man could endure what a woman goes through.
  53. With the secluded life he required me to endure.
  54. He mentions that he is willing to endure every.
  55. The whole he can endure; at the parts he baulks.
  56. And I can't endure the self-pity of the forlorn.
  57. Whatever Hades means, it is not to endure forever.
  58. Him can endure the effect of sin within, without.
  59. He said, You will not be able to endure with me.
  60. But, for the time being, he would have to endure.
  61. Only a little longer could I endure their company.
  62. I've had to endure lectures on the effects before.
  63. But he knew he first had to endure and play along.
  64. Whether we humans are or not, the dinosaurs endure.
  65. It paid to have faith and endure the rough.
  66. Started having to endure test after test after test.
  67. The tranquillity which I now enjoyed did not endure.
  68. Shockingly, I was forced to endure another bout of.
  69. She would endure, and very, very quietly at that.
  70. We still endure what you got rid of in 1774 and 1865.
  71. There will be at times when you are unable to endure.
  72. If they do not have eternal life they cannot endure.
  73. Luray was the one who really had to endure the worst.
  74. To endure ten seconds one must be physically changed.
  75. The Masses would have to endure his mistakes forever.
  76. His body may not have the ability to endure much more.
  77. How much longer can she endure this kind of life?
  78. And they could not stomach, or digest, or endure this.
  79. Wild animal mascots (WAMs) must endure incredibly high.
  80. I have to endure her being a princess at home as it is.
  81. Luckily for me, I didn’t have to endure much of this.
  82. All they had to do was endure and there would be a way.
  83. How long will we have to endure these villains?
  84. If, once saved, we didn’t endure, we could lose our.
  85. That was all she needed to relax and endure the flight.
  86. I was unable to endure the scene, and I left the prison.
  87. What she’d had to endure through the torture and pain.
  88. Having to endure uncontrolled pain and the weakening of.
  89. Unable to endure the overwhelming sense of anxiety and.
  90. Street walkers or street prostitutes usually endure the.
  91. Henry Bergh had to endure incredible anxiety and stress.
  92. Arm is the symbol of the earthly impulse to endure death.
  93. It is a commitment I am willing to endure all things for.
  94. For three whole hours, I had to endure high winds, heavy.
  95. But I have to endure it if I want him to join for dinner.
  96. And how will you endure what you have no knowledge of?
  97. If I had to endure another hour of suffering, I would've.
  98. People have been known to endure pain, and keep going.
  99. The fire is what the people will have to endure if they.
  100. Those who endure patiently, and in their Lord they trust.
  1. Charms more enduring in the end.
  2. A kind of vague but enduring link.
  3. Others were slow growing, but enduring.
  4. After enduring all the months of being.
  5. Orang-utans are enduring a horrific ordeal.
  6. The price for this was enduring sharp ups.
  7. Some end up enduring a whole evening of bad.
  8. So it came to pass, the birth of an enduring ritual.
  9. It was better than enduring imprisonment and torture.
  10. But support and resistance levels are often enduring.
  11. Children enduring sustained emotional abuse by their.
  12. He felt that he was unequal to enduring domestic storms.
  13. There was something enduring about it, almost possessive.
  14. Blessing the name of The Lord his God, with enduring trust.
  15. Have you ever been enduring a long monotonous trip on the.
  16. I survived, on the edge, enduring a continuous bout of the.
  17. What you really are is as large and enduring as the universe.
  18. This shows the enduring appeal and popularity of photo pop art.
  19. It was painful, but not nearly as much as what she was enduring.
  20. What is with you passes away and what is with Allah is enduring.
  21. Gurus can be Charlatans or connected to an enduring tradition of.
  22. Your next financial expansion will be healthier and more enduring.
  23. In addition to his poems, he has left us with two enduring truths.
  24. His hair was tousled, and he was so lovely and enduring before her.
  25. I learn about myself while enduring these chaotic times? How will I.
  26. Sadly, Indonesia is enduring the highest deforestation in the world.
  27. One of Shakespeare"s, and one of the Bard"s most enduring characters.
  28. She might as well be dead, enduring month after month of this minimal.
  29. And he made it an enduring word in his progeny, so that they may return.
  30. But, in fact, one of the best and most enduring sustainable competitive.
  31. Enduring to the end faithful to their blessed master, they, gave credit.
  32. Seaworthy: capable of being put to sea and enduring unusual sea conditions.
  33. Gibbons are enduring horrendous, unbelievable habitat loss and degradation.
  34. Proclaim it over the mountains and to the sea I treasure your enduring love.
  35. What many investors believed to be an enduring competitive advantage was not.
  36. The totality of my days seemed to be enduring one kind of pain or another….
  37. Enduring the bone twisting, muscle ripping pain that scorched him head to toe.
  38. But the last page of the chapter really stands out for its enduring relevance.
  39. Swift and enduring were the steeds of Rohan, but there were many leagues to go.
  40. Christian, I murmur, and try hard not to think of what he must be enduring.
  41. Their accommodation of each other’s hobbies was an enduring strength in their.
  42. Enduring her mood swings was like having a bucket of icy water dumped on his head.
  43. I grew used to everything, or rather I voluntarily resigned myself to enduring it.
  44. When all was said and done, there was healing and enduring respect for his legacy.
  45. I am afraid though that Brigadier Laplante may be enduring now what I went through.
  46. Hebrews describe the throne of God as enduring unto the aeon of the aeons (Heb 1:8).
  47. Fortunately, after enduring two years of exile, the political situation in Rhodesia.
  48. This includes enduring the back-to-back drops of 1973 and 1974, when the S&P lost 14.
  49. Regardless of the state of Roman religion, the enduring influence of the Empire would.
  50. By enduring these results, they will come to embody the knowledge of cause and effect.
  51. With all the degradation Jillian was enduring, her vanity was the least of her concerns.
  52. His enduring claim to fame was to admit that he loved individual men, but hated mankind.
  53. Enduring the pain it caused, Beth moved her hands to Herminia’s wrists and gently pulled.
  54. To him, a woman’s voice could be her most endearing, certainly her most enduring, quality.
  55. For here we do not have an enduring city, but we are looking for the city that is to come.
  56. Rani could recognize the pain that this young man was enduring; she looked at him for a while.
  57. Listening to Nate Crosby’s drivel was almost as bad as enduring potshots from Morris Sampson.
  58. He had said, Not for that he would be found naked, or without a body, or an enduring one.
  59. And try to let all of the pieces of the enduring puzzle arrange themselves of their own accord.
  60. One enduring gift is the ability to communicate with each other, and with a few special Humans.
  61. An enduring civilization cannot be built upon the practice of defrauding the laborer of his hire.
  62. I hope this email reaches you both having an exceptionally good day and enduring the terrible heat.
  63. After enduring his father’s rejection, he would never again let anyone hurt him with cruel words.
  64. JAMES PATTERSON has created more enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today.
  65. James Patterson has created more enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today.
  66. In fact, enduring a string of small losses or breakeven trades is a big part of the trading routine.
  67. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be who have tried it.
  68. And when we love, we can’t stand the thought of our darlings enduring the same icy chill of reality.
  69. Enduring the lurching start in silence, praying that my motion sickness would not inflict itself on me.
  70. Lady Maya’s wing had indeed been broken; there seemed to be no end to the suffering she was enduring.
  71. He stayed unscathed like the rest of the group although enduring light fright quakes and teeth creaking.
  72. The headline of this article is a useful reminder of an enduring principle for the intelligent investor.
  73. Your disappearance from the Tower of London is, or rather was, one of the enduring mysteries of history.
  74. He stepped out from the pillar, flexing his limbs, stoically enduring the agony of returning circulation.
  75. The thought of enduring her family’s questions made her head swim in confusion, but she steeled herself.
  76. You too seek his unfailing and enduring treasure where no moth comes near to devour and no worm destroys.
  77. I worshipped the enduring beauty of the classics – he adored the ephemeral thrill of momentary pleasure.
  78. The emotional maelstrom that he is feeling is nothing to the devastation that his partner must be enduring.
  79. Thus, seeking greater humility, fasting, enduring exposure and chains, and in silence, he would enter the.
  80. The salty ocean-scent grounded her, made the tumultuous rate of change she was enduring seem solid and real.
  81. One enduring snub occurred when he worked for McNamara in the 1960s, and he wrote about it in his book draft.
  82. It is for the portrait painter to find this more enduring expression and give it noble expression in his work.
  83. They need at least one area of life to be enduring and steady; this area is usually their home and family life.
  84. At thirteen, finally reaching the point where he realised such humiliation was not worth enduring, he spoke back.
  85. How, you might ask, could we as a people after enduring this awful war, muster up any humanity for these countries.
  86. That is, not a sense-based happiness but an enduring transcendental happiness of the highest spiritual attainment.
  87. I want to write an aria to coffee, I explained without apology, something enduring like the Coffee Cantata of Bach.
  88. You believe it’s a great business with enduring competitive advantages, and it’s trading at a reasonable price.
  89. On the other hand, enduring the intensity wasn't easy - adherence to such a degree of perfection was also a burden.
  90. Enduring to the end faithful to their blessed master, they, gave credit to his predictions, and escaped the calamity.
  91. They’d been enduring this man’s insane and abusive jealousy and rage, far longer than what Kathy had had to endure.
  92. This signal fired off at the beginning stages of one of the strongest and most enduring rallies the S&P has ever seen.
  93. The nurses had grown fond of Rosie, and their hearts went out to her and to John for the hardships they were enduring.
  94. But Jesus well knew he could never build an enduring spiritual movement upon the foundation of purely material wonders.
  95. Many chose to stay together rather than face the discomfort of swallowing the tablet dust and enduring the after effects.
  96. Alongside the Scriptures we have these wonderful examples of saints that are enduring much as part of the body of Christ.
  97. Mitchell let the moment linger, pulling in the pain he was enduring as a sort of therapy that somewhat alleviated his own.
  98. I suspect that Laplante is already enduring quite an ordeal at the hands of the Pakistanis as a payment for her good deed.
  99. Going back to the book after more than three decades on Wall Street, he finds it remarkable for its enduring sound advice.
  100. Imagine a man physically weak, like Ponsonby, enduring slow starvation in the damp and chill of the Patagonian seacoast.
  1. He endured to the end.
  2. This had to be endured.
  3. M: Pain has to be endured.
  4. Oh the torture I endured.
  5. I endured it, as I had to.
  6. Was this to be endured? No.
  7. She had endured a life of.
  8. A pause; it endured horribly.
  9. I have endured without respite.
  10. For long he had endured them all.
  11. He endured that pain just for us.
  12. We have not endured hardness as.
  13. She had endured so many days of.
  14. He'd endured enough of this game.
  15. All these, I have long endured.
  16. He endured horrific hal ucinations.
  17. The meal hardly endured ten minutes.
  18. That small mountain endured for 64.
  19. What I endured on that day, was an.
  20. Half a century the feud has endured.
  21. It was long but I endured it anyway.
  22. I lay still and endured, that was all.
  23. Id endured worse and was proud of it.
  24. We’d endured quite a few shocks and.
  25. Bart had also endured a sleepless night.
  26. Once again, I endured a puzzled flashback.
  27. I would have endured rather than have to.
  28. He has just endured the 'Dead Slug' sketch.
  29. I have endured deep seas to know them both.
  30. I’ve endured a lot of pain and punishment.
  31. Thomas endured years of taunts with sadness.
  32. But Prometheus endured, Andrastus said.
  33. How had he endured these surroundings, these.
  34. But it endured those things and held its own.
  35. Its just a picture of the climate I endured.
  36. Philippe endured watching her make an apology.
  37. His family supported and endured that calling.
  38. During her slumbers, Zia had endured horrible.
  39. Zhan Donglai endured his pain and said haughtily.
  40. The males have endured a gruelling winter sea-.
  41. By now Jean had endured just about enough of the.
  42. We endured into a commonalty called ―Ice Age‖.
  43. Jamie was openly gay, endured bullying throughout.
  44. Would the English nation have endured it? No, sir.
  45. For centuries on end, black cats have endured the.
  46. If she was honest, Barbara had also endured enough.
  47. He had endured a lifetime of such decisions however.
  48. It was likely the stressors that I’d endured, in.
  49. Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has.
  50. They endured exchanging words when Elizabeth saw them.
  51. I have endured pain & cried several tears trying to.
  52. Especially after a storm such as we had just endured.
  53. Their love endured; the airline ticket was never used.
  54. The maned wolf has endured habitat loss, disease, and.
  55. Modi had, all said and done, endured a tough childhood.
  56. He was in a coma for five weeks, and he endured three.
  57. The darkness evidently endured for only about a minute.
  58. She and her family had endured so many years of poverty.
  59. The fall he’d endured shattered his spine and caused.
  60. But day by day, he seemed to forget what he had endured.
  61. After all that we had endured this was how it would end.
  62. Despite the losses we have endured, there is much to be.
  63. This relative of the pigeon had endured an extermination.
  64. Great as was the fatigue I endured, and the affection my.
  65. What agonies this woman endured, Marie-Laure cannot guess.
  66. I'd heard about dogs who'd endured their final days with.
  67. Asian elephants (weighing up to 6 tons) have also endured.
  68. But this land had endured mass terror-rape earlier in the.
  69. My travels were long and the sufferings I endured intense.
  70. Galliford claimed to have endured numerous acts of sexual.
  71. It was too cold to hold for long, but she endured the pain.
  72. Marcus swallowed and endured it for the sake of his friend.
  73. She hated shopping but had endured it for Sabrina’s sake.
  74. The African continent has endured slavery, colonialism and.
  75. We can't blame the humans who did this, until we've endured.
  76. He mobilized at the forefront and endured extreme hardships.
  77. Or having endured three hours of insipid Japanese moaning.
  78. No doubt, the stress she’d endured was too much for her to.
  79. Many endured death and loss; it was not at all that uncommon.
  80. The bureaucratic process of a formal divorce had to be endured.
  81. Through all types of weather he and his disciples had endured.
  82. When 3 nights of pain endured, I lift this curse rest assured.
  83. What she had endured in the pursuit of a child was humiliating.
  84. I had endured, he was certain, more than I had confessed to him.
  85. The contents of the probe endured forces no human could survive.
  86. It was anything but the brutality she’d endured on the Thallia.
  87. I endured him as long as I could, but the truth was desperately.
  88. It was because of it that she had endured him as long as she did.
  89. He couldn’t hold out even a tenth of what Tobias has endured.
  90. Your mother endured a lot to give you as normal a life as possible.
  91. A tear trickled down my cheek at what this poor animal had endured.
  92. I endured the occasional filthy words tossed at me from cat haters.
  93. The abuse he had endured as a slight and defenseless young boy as.
  94. This state of affairs had endured for generation after generation.
  95. This woman endured her mother-in-law’s unwelcome visits – not to.
  96. He was angry for an instant, knowing he could have endured that wave.
  97. Samara was reflective about the experiences he’d endured these past.
  98. It reminded me of the abuse I had endured at Lucian Webster’s hands.
  99. I climbed over and endured the twelve foot drop to the concrete below.
  100. For all of the abuse I’ve endured at your behest, I’ve missed you.
  1. Yet The Truth endures forever.
  2. But, he that endures to the.
  3. That which grows slowly, endures.
  4. Love is the only thing that endures.
  5. There is some good work that endures.
  6. The drought endures, for all our prayers.
  7. She bares the children and endures the pain.
  8. As the palm endures the scorching heat of the.
  9. Tom Gage cries aloud so long as his tombstone endures.
  10. But, he that endures to the end, the same shall be saved.
  11. The agony she endures can be understood, but what of the.
  12. What did they say? ‘He is good; His love endures forever.
  13. He has given to the poor, his righteousness endures forever.
  14. With the height of their kingdoms turned to dust, My love endures.
  15. The ability to find new patterns that work in changing markets endures.
  16. O give thanks to the Lord; for he is good, for his mercy endures forever.
  17. But whoever endures patiently and forgives-that is a sign of real resolve.
  18. For God is Love; that is His name, and His Mercy and Grace endures forever.
  19. Oh give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; for his steadfast love endures.
  20. He endures many of life’s hardships, yet never once denies his faith in you.
  21. But if I had, a coerced oath endures only as long as the coercer holds greater power.
  22. They have a marvellous edifice of that pattern which endures for ever—the ant-heap.
  23. She passes; she endures you; she ignores you; she is the severe and dishonored figure.
  24. Let all nations say: The Lord reigns! Give thanks to God, for his mercy endures forever.
  25. True success endures through the hard times and keeps on going from one success to another.
  26. Verse 22, The pains that creation endures until the time of its liberation are compared to those.
  27. When a child is born early, every impression that he endures is worse because of the weakness of.
  28. The title Doubting Thomas, endures till today because of Thomas’ one moment of doubt and unbelief.
  29. Cultivate the realisation that eternity is long and that that which is slowly built up endures forever.
  30. And you shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endures to the end, the same shall be saved.
  31. She endures her mother’s scorn and the ridicule from her father and brothers who label her little mother.
  32. No fixed law seems to determine the length of time during which any single species or any single genus endures.
  33. Harmonious relationship with one's partner that endures a lifetime, and harmonious relationships with friends and relatives.
  34. He found out, of course, eventually, about them and was wounded but he cannot give me up so he endures this state of affairs.
  35. David the king had made to praise the Lord, because his mercy endures forever, when David praised by their ministry; and the priests.
  36. For he is good; for his mercy endures forever, that then the house was filled with a cloud, even the house of the Lord; 14 So that the.
  37. I laugh out loud as I read of Gabriel, the main character in Dad's novel, and of the training he endures at the hands of the Priesthood.
  38. There is an immediate response from within, and Svetlogoub endures the cross, forgives his murderers, and dies with a smile on his face.
  39. Oh give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; for his steadfast love endures forever! Let Israel say, His steadfast love endures forever.
  40. We had exactly the same program and so we stuck together all through that day and it was the start of a close friendship that endures up till now.
  41. I taught a class in COBOL programming – many thought that this language would be obsolete before the end of the twentieth century, but it endures.
  42. As long as this `Battle of Life' System endures, we have no right to blame other people for doing the same things that we are ourselves compelled to do.
  43. The president endures long bouts of pepper sessions, in which he has to answer question after question without reaching for obscure facts or numbers.
  44. Blessed is the man who endures temptation; for when he has been proved, he will receive the crown of life which the Lord has promised to those who love Him.
  45. How different would things be upon the mass realization of this truth that endures in eternity existent in each of us? Fear is about as active as one can get.
  46. The poor did not even begin to understand the true unhappiness of the rich, or the true suffering every human endures when they become corrupted by physical ease.
  47. But he who received seed on stony places, this is he who hears the word and immediately receives it with joy; yet he has no root in himself, but endures only for a while.
  48. Billy endures these minor social events because it brings him closer to Maggie, and he also has to admit that he loves the house, although he finds the contents a little twee.
  49. See what he endures! They tell him that as long as he persists in refusing to serve, he will either remain where he is or be sent to the fortress; but his reply is always the same.
  50. The same is true for many of my father’s best and brightest, who have been there for me during this journey as a constant reaffirmation of how the work goes on and the cause endures.
  51. And these conditions, without striving against them by force, he patiently endures, like sickness, hunger, and every other hardship, but they cannot serve him as a guide for his actions.
  52. Such has been the basis of Universalist interpretation for sixteen centuries, and as long as it endures such must be the method to which it resorts in vindication of its leading principles.
  53. For truly she endures the Wages of Lust whilst her Swains go free; and she dyes a Pauper’s Death of Clap, whilst the Rapemasters and Clergymen flourish to work their Wickedness upon the next Innocent.
  54. No society reports that the colored man is less healthy than the white; one or two societies discern as yet no special difference; but the larger number say that he endures the climate much better than the white man.
  55. It is of thy mercy, O Lord, that we are not consumed, even because thy compassions fail not, they are new every morning, great is thy faithfulness: And if weeping sometimes endures for a night, joy comes in the morning.
  56. You may compel a man to be a slave and to do that which he considers to be evil for himself, but you cannot compel him to think, that, in suffering violence, he is free, and that the obvious evil which he endures constitutes his good.
  57. It can be like having your head stroked by a loving parent as a child , or the emotional equivalent of having a massage or relaxing in a hot tub! You will definitely find it actually makes you feel better and has an effect that endures afterwards.
  58. The brother shall deliver up his brother to death and the father his son; and the sons shall rise against their parents and put them to death; And you shall be hated of every man because of my name; but he who endures to the end of the matter shall be saved.
  59. Where is our Young Prince now? Where is his brother, sweet Matarys? Where has Good King Daeron gone, and fearless Baelor Breakspear? The grave has claimed them, every one, yet he endures, this pale bird with bloody beak who perches on King Aerys’s shoulder and caws into his ear.
  60. While I enjoyed the opportunity to chat with viewers via Facebook and Twitter (as a broadcaster, you’re always curious about people who watch), I couldn’t help but notice that people felt free to share their opinions about me in ways that an evening news anchor rarely endures.
  61. It is held that their real and proper sense, because their historical sense in Christendom, is that the existence of wicked men will be carried on through the boundless eternity, as long as the Necessary Being endures, in a state of conscious suffering; greater or less in degree, but illimitable in duration.
  62. The labour of some of the most respectable orders in the society is, like that of menial servants, unproductive of any value, and does not fix or realize itself in any permanent subject, or vendible commodity, which endures after that labour is past, and for which an equal quantity of labour could afterwards be procured.
  63. Without relying on single phrases to prove their case, the moderate Universalists would affirm that the general tone of Revelation supports the belief that God’s 'tender mercies are over all His works,’ and that 'His mercy endures forever,’—reaches, therefore, into the eternity down which the sinful soul is rushing.
  64. But there comes a time when, on the one hand, a vague awakening consciousness stirs the soul, the consciousness of the higher law, love of God and one's neighbor, and the sufferings a man endures from the contradictions of life, compel him to renounce the social life-conception and to adopt the new Christian life-conception which is offered him.
  65. It is only while the present system endures that he, as governor, procureur, senator, or member of the council, can receive his salary of several thousands, without which he and his family would certainly perish; for outside the place which he fills, more or less well according to his abilities and diligence, he could command only a fraction of what he receives.
  66. It is the life of the community at large, the race, the family, the State, that endures: therefore a man must sacrifice his personality for the life of the family and the State;" Christianity in like manner says unto him who believes in a social life-conception of the community: "Repent, μετανοετα, that is, arouse yourself, consider your ways, else shall you perish.
  67. What would it have been, had the law given no direct encouragement to agriculture besides what arises indirectly from the progress of commerce, and had left the yeomanry in the same condition as in most other countries of Europe ? It is now more than two hundred years since the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth, a period as long as the course of human prosperity usually endures.
  68. To those human beings who are of any concern to me I wish suffering, desolation, sickness, ill-treatment, indignities—I wish that they should not remain unfamiliar with profound self-contempt, the torture of self-mistrust, the wretchedness of the vanquished: I have no pity for them, because I wish them the only thing that can prove today whether one is worth anything or not—that one endures.
  69. Convince us, we pray thee, of the worth of our own souls, and the weight of eternity, and the awfulness of that everlasting state which we are standing upon the brink of, and make us diligent and serious in our preparation for it, labouring less for the meat that perisheth, and more for that which endures to eternal life; as those who have set their affections on things above, and not on things that are on the earth, which are trifling and transitory.
  70. The patience with which she endures the hardships that poverty brings with it, and the eagerness she shows to become a Christian, are such that they fill me with admiration, and bind me to serve her all my life; though the happiness I feel in seeing myself hers, and her mine, is disturbed and marred by not knowing whether I shall find any corner to shelter her in my own country, or whether time and death may not have made such changes in the fortunes and lives of my father and brothers, that I shall hardly find anyone who knows me, if they are not alive.
  71. Don Quixote delivered his discourse in such a manner and in such correct language, that for the time being he made it impossible for any of his hearers to consider him a madman; on the contrary, as they were mostly gentlemen, to whom arms are an appurtenance by birth, they listened to him with great pleasure as he continued: Here, then, I say is what the student has to undergo; first of all poverty: not that all are poor, but to put the case as strongly as possible: and when I have said that he endures poverty, I think nothing more need be said about his hard fortune, for he who is poor has no share of the good things of life.
  72. Lay it to your heart not to be anxious before the time what you shah say and I shall give you understanding and wisdom which all your adversaries shall not be able to gainsay; And then shall they deliver you to constraint and shall kill you and you shall be hated of all nations because of my name; And then shall many go astray and they 52 shall hate one another and deliver one another to death; And your parents and your brothers and your kinsfolk and your friends shall deliver you up and shall 53 kill some of you; But a lock of hair from your heads shall not perish; And by your patience you shall gain your souls; And many men false prophets shall arise 56 and lead many astray; And because of the abounding of iniquity the love of many shall wax cold; But he who endures to the end the same shall be saved; And this the gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a testimony to all nations; and then shall come the end of all.
  73. The book of the courses of the luminaries of the heavens the relations of each according to their classes their dominion and their seasons according to their names and places of origin and according to their months which Uriel the holy angel who was with me who is their guide showed me; and he showed me all their laws exactly as they are and how it is with regard to all the years of the world and to eternity till the new creation is accomplished which endures till eternity; And this is the first law of the luminaries: the luminary the Sun has its rising in the eastern portals of the heavens and its setting in the western portals of the heavens; And I saw six portals in which the sun rises and six portals in which the sun sets and the moon rises and sets in these portals and the leaders of the stars and those whom they lead: six in the east and six in the west and all following each other in accurately corresponding order: also many windows to the right and left of these portals; And first there goes out the great luminary named the Sun and his circumference is like the circumference of the heavens and he is quite filled with illuminating and heating fire.
  74. The book of the courses of the luminaries of the heavens, the relations of each, according to their classes, their dominion and their seasons, according to their names and places of origin, and according to their months, which Uriel, the holy angel, who was with me, who is their guide, showed me; and he showed me all their laws exactly as they are, and how it is with regard to all the years of the world and to eternity, till the new creation is accomplished which endures till eternity; And this is the first law of the luminaries: the luminary the Sun has its rising in the eastern portals of the heavens, and its setting in the western portals of the heavens; And I saw six portals in which the sun rises, and six portals in which the sun sets and the moon rises and sets in these portals, and the leaders of the stars and those whom they lead: six in the east and six in the west, and all following each other in accurately corresponding order: also many windows to the right and left of these portals; And first there goes out the great luminary, named the Sun, and his circumference is like the circumference of the heavens, and he is quite filled with illuminating and heating fire.
  75. Note I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves therefore be wise as serpents and harmless as doves but beware of men because they will deliver you up to the courts and they will whip you in their synagogues; and you all shall be brought before government and kings for my sake for a testimony against them and against the Gentiles; but when they deliver you up do not hold onto thinking of how or what you shall say because it shall be given you in that same hour what you shall say because it is not you who speak but the Spirit of your Father who speaks through you; and brother shall deliver up brother to death and the father the child and the children shall rise up against their parents and cause them to be put to death and you shall be hated of all men for my name’s sake but he who endures to the end shall be saved; but when they persecute you in this city flee into another because truly I say to you you shall not have gone over every city of Israel until the Son of Man has come; the disciple is not above his master or the servant above his master; it is enough for the disciple that he is equal to his master and the servant is like his master; if they have called the master of the house Beelzebub how much more they shall call those of his household? therefore do not fear them because there is nothing covered that shall not be revealed and nothing hidden that shall not be known; what I tell you in darkness that you will speak in the light; and what you hear in the ears that you preach on the housetops; and do not fear those who kill the body but are not able to kill the soul but rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in Hell.
  76. At this hole the two demi-damsels posted themselves, and observed Don Quixote on his horse, leaning on his pike and from time to time sending forth such deep and doleful sighs, that he seemed to pluck up his soul by the roots with each of them; and they could hear him, too, saying in a soft, tender, loving tone, Oh my lady Dulcinea del Toboso, perfection of all beauty, summit and crown of discretion, treasure house of grace, depositary of virtue, and finally, ideal of all that is good, honourable, and delectable in this world! What is thy grace doing now? Art thou, perchance, mindful of thy enslaved knight who of his own free will hath exposed himself to so great perils, and all to serve thee? Give me tidings of her, oh luminary of the three faces! Perhaps at this moment, envious of hers, thou art regarding her, either as she paces to and fro some gallery of her sumptuous palaces, or leans over some balcony, meditating how, whilst preserving her purity and greatness, she may mitigate the tortures this wretched heart of mine endures for her sake, what glory should recompense my sufferings, what repose my toil, and lastly what death my life, and what reward my services? And thou, oh sun, that art now doubtless harnessing thy steeds in haste to rise betimes and come forth to see my lady; when thou seest her I entreat of thee to salute her on my behalf: but have a care, when thou shalt see her and salute her, that thou kiss not her face; for I shall be more jealous of thee than thou wert of that light-footed ingrate that made thee sweat and run so on the plains of Thessaly, or on the banks of the Peneus (for I do not exactly recollect where it was thou didst run on that occasion) in thy jealousy and love.
  77. It is the man who endures through the pain,.
  78. She endures this for a few moments and says,.
  79. Love endures all things, lasts through the years,.

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