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Life shaped for eternal woe, eternal weal, by the deeds of a few earthly moments.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Poverty does not change its power of holding the members together through weal or woe.
THE LEAVEN IN A GREAT CITYLILLIAN WILLIAM BETTS
Nothing could inspire him with greater hope for the public weal.
Neither ask, nor fret, nor strive:Where thy path is, thou shall go.He who made the streams of timeWafts thee down to weal or woe.
THE SAINT'S TRAGEDYCHARLES KINGSLEY
Our life, our morals, are affecting our children for weal or woe, whether we realise or shirk the fact.
In the other room, where refreshment had been taken in for their physical weal, sat the more serious-minded.
ALETTABERTRAM MITFORD
Every page reveals the literary artist, the keen observer, the trained delineator of human nature, its weal and its woe.'
BATTLES OF ENGLISH HISTORYH. B. (HEREFORD BROOKE) GEORGE
He approached: upon its summit lay the object of his search, the magic compass of the sea-kings, potent to work weal or woe.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
For instance, no one doubts that we ought to risk our lives for the common weal, and many do so.
In Europe governments have said to their peoples: we must all think of the common weal; we must all share alike.
THE ETHICS OF COPERATIONJAMES HAYDEN TUFTS

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