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We see many who are struggling against adversity who are happy, and more although abounding in wealth, who are wretched.
Even the most wretched individual of our present society could not exist and develop without the cumulative social efforts of countless generations.
Indeed, wretched the man whose fame makes his misfortunes famous.
I like nonfiction books about people with wretched lives.
Men often are valued high, when they are most wretched.
It's such a nice change to get to play a wretched, shallow, mergers-and-acquisitions woman. My true colors come out.
It makes me so desperately sad to witness just how unforgivably wretched our world has become.
I think the biggest mistake I made was this wretched ability to see both sides of an argument.
War is wretched beyond description, and only a fool or a fraud could sentimentalize its cruel reality.
The old, subjective, stagnant, indolent and wretched life for woman has gone. She has as many resources as men, as many activities beckon her on. As large possibilities swell and inspire her heart.
Anna Julia Cooper
We live so little time in this world that it is no matter how wretched and miserable we are, if it prepares us for heaven.
Not only does the proportion of the poor increase with the growth of the city, but their condition becomes more wretched.
I myself, however wretched I may be, have been occasionally privileged to sit at the feet of the Lord Jesus, and to the extent that his merciful love allowed, have embraced with all my heart, now one, now the other, of these feet.
Never keep a line of retreat: it is a wretched invention.
You gotta understand, there are two different kinds of Asians - the kind who are good at school, obey their parents, go to college - that kind of stuff. And then you have my family - me, my brother, all of my cousins - we're just wretched people.
Furthermore, the slaves cannot be put into a more wretched situation, ourselves being judges, and the community cannot take a more lively step to escape ruin, and obtain the smiles and protection of Heaven.
Consider then, O man! whether there can be anything more wretched and poor, more naked and miserable, than man when he dies, if he be not clothed with Christ's righteousness, and enriched in his God.
Better times perhaps await us who are now wretched.
For the wretched one night is like a thousand; for someone faring well death is just one more night.
Christ: I dislike him very much. Still, I can stand him. What I cannot stand is the wretched band of people whose profession is to hoodwink us about him.
Mother Teresa was the very embodiment of saintliness: white-clad, sad-eyed, ascetic and often photographed with the wretched of the earth.
These wretched babies don't come until they are ready.
Queen Elizabeth II
If happy I and wretched he, Perhaps the king would change with me.
In falling markets, there is nothing that has not happened before. The bear or pessimist sees only the past, which imprisons the wretched financial soul in eternal circles of boom and bust and boom again.
Baseball loyalists cite the game's legendary numbers - 300 wins, 500 homers, 3,000 hits - as evidence of the sport's elegance, beauty, and gravitas. What no one mentions is how wretched and painful it is to actually watch a former star gasp and sputter his way toward a legendary number.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
John F. Kennedy
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