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" Forster had made the physical world come alive for me and had awakened in my heart a flood of gratitude. The final object of this love and gratitude was God. No human creature could receive or contain so vast a flood of love and joy as I often felt after... "
Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker: Teaching and Learning about Writing in ... - Page 26
by Nancy L. Roberts - 1984 - 226 pages
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American Lives: An Anthology of Autobiographical Writing

Robert F. Sayre - Biography & Autobiography - 1994 - 732 pages
...gratitude was God. No human creature could receive or contain so vast a flood of love and joy as I often felt after the birth of my child. With this came the...and did not need a Church in which to praise Him, nor a body of people with whom to associate themselves. But I did not agree to this. My very experience...
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Versions of Deconversion: Autobiography and the Loss of Faith

John D. Barbour - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1994 - 238 pages
...gratitude was God. No human creature could receive or contain so vast a flood of love and joy as I often felt after the birth of my child. With this came the need to worship, to adore" (139). Insisting on her overwhelming desire to affirm "a whole love," she rejects that interpretation...
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Proclaim Peace: Christian Pacifism from Unexpected Quarters

Theron F. Schlabach - Religion - 1997 - 283 pages
...Catholic. "No human creature," she wrote in her autobiography, "could receive or contain so vast a flood of love and joy as I felt after the birth of my child." The experience brought her "the need to worship and adore." All her radical experience and her "whole...
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Finding Faith: Life-changing Encounters with Christ

Sharon Gallagher - Religion - 2001 - 170 pages
...gratitude was God. No human creature could receive or contain so vast a flood of love and joy as I often felt after the birth of my child. With this came the need to worship, to adore."0 Dorothy was befriended by a nun in the fishing village who, with whatever was at hand, made...
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Blessed Events: Religion and Home Birth in America

Pamela Edith Klassen - Health & Fitness - 2001 - 316 pages
...Catholic. She wrote: "No human creature could receive or contain so vast a flood of love and joy as I often felt after the birth of my child. With this came the need to worship, to adore."4' As these and less prominent women show, throughout four centuries many American women have...
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