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I look upon my secret garden The wishing well so still Garden gnomes are laughing Whilst the birds sing on the hill.
I'm sure our future generations will look upon our generation's acts toward animals with distaste.
He is a loving Father who wants to see his children look upon one another as brothers and sisters, working responsibly to place their various talents at the service of the common good of the human family" (Zenit, Jan.
Kalpana is Neema's great-grandmother, who dreams of a journey from her village in India to Australia to see her family there and to look upon the face of her dead husband.
Yet, people from many cultural groups look upon questioning as an intrusion into privacy.
There are as many Pragues as there are eyes to look upon it--more: an infinity of Pragues.
It's odd to think that anyone would look upon a person infected with the AIDS virus with even a tinge of envy, but some of the estimated 170 million people worldwide infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) may do just that.
I still look upon Glan-llyn as the place where I spent the best weeks of my teenage life,and I must say it was a worthwhile experience.
They will stand as a continual inspiration for the living who look upon them and are sheltered by them from sun and storm.
The previous bishops of Milwaukee look upon this sacred space from high on the side walls of the cathedral.
Now that I'm almost 30 and living my life openly, which I've done for almost a decade, I still look upon discovering Norm as a watershed moment in my coming-out.
One of the most edifying scenes we witnessed in the aftermath of the September 11th atrocity was that of black New York residents, who had been endlessly admonished by their supposed "community leaders" to look upon police as their enemy, applauding the men in blue.