inspirations

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These were his inspirations, and these are the effects he carries home to your heart and mind.

These are inspirations that usually only die with ourselves.

At this moment morality and religion are for us not inspirations but medicines.

By inspirations I do not mean belief in any system or creed.

He has to keep working it over, and he has to keep fighting Godolphin's inspirations.

I attribute most of my success in life to impulses; inspirations I call them.

I had to stifle the cry of my conscience, to ignore the inspirations of my God!

After thirty or forty inspirations the symptoms will be found to abate.

His inspirations are more real than others, for they do but feign a God, but he has his by him.

They were, indeed, inspirations which looked in upon me at the dawn.