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- nothing, nothing!' he repeated in a whisper, whose despairing bitterness precluded all resentment.
There was a feeling of deep interest, or perhaps sadness, on their faces, but not bitterness. As I now recall the impression they made upon me, they did not at the moment seem to be sad because of the loss of property, but rather because of parting with those whom they had reared and who were in many ways very close to them.
But there was no feeling of bitterness. In fact, there was pity among the slaves for our former owners.
It was during that period that his bitterness corroded home and he became a hater of all his kind.
This was not conducive to sweetness and light, and we can well imagine how he ate his soul with bitterness during those dreary eight months.
A meeting, which he anticipated with such joy, so strangely turned to bitterness. But I was not the witness of his grief, for I was lifeless and did not recover my senses for a long, long time.
'Sana po ang manatili sa inyong puso ay hindi yung galit, hindi yung bitterness, kundi ito ay ipaubaya sa Panginoon (I hope what stays in your hearts are not anger and bitterness but leave everything to Go),' Cariaso said.
JV Ejercito: No bitterness on not entering 'Magic 12' !-- -- ( - May 20, 2019 - 4:15pm MANILA, Philippines Despite the possibility of not returning for a second term in the Senate, Sen.
The marriage works rather well offering smooth softness but surprisingly restrained bitterness given the sturdiness of its overall profile.
Summary: Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India], Mar 8 (ANI): Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor said he has no "personal bitterness" with former Mizoram Governor Kummanam Rajasekharan, amid reports of Rajasekharan contesting Lok Sabha polls against the Congress leader in his constituency.
The bitterness, doesn't drive to do the job England to have always to test "I said it at the time, that was a goal of mine, not through bitterness," he said.
THE Lekki Muslim Ummah (LEMU) has advised Islamic preachers to shun bitterness and acrimony and take a cue from Prophet Muhammad who never practised da'wah with bitterness even when non-Muslims were involved.