adversity


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Our own adversity had been growing, and now it became overwhelming.
I had found kind hearts to feel for me in my former troubles; and I had friends--faithful, self-denying, generous friends--among my sisters in adversity now.
It comes with sickness, it comes with sorrow, it comes with the loss of the dearly loved, it is one of the most frequent uses of adversity.
Brownlow went on, from day to day, filling the mind of his adopted child with stores of knowledge, and becoming attached to him, more and more, as his nature developed itself, and showed the thriving seeds of all he wished him to become--how he traced in him new traits of his early friend, that awakened in his own bosom old remembrances, melancholy and yet sweet and soothing--how the two orphans, tried by adversity, remembered its lessons in mercy to others, and mutual love, and fervent thanks to Him who had protected and preserved them--these are all matters which need not to be told.
I hope that 2,012 businesses will show their support for our young people who face adversity by creating a Centre of Inspiration together.
I WOULD be delighted if your readers will join me today in helping to make a difference to the lives of over half a million British young people facing adversity through the launch of the British Inspiration Trust.
I WOULD be delighted if you will join me today in helping to make a difference to the lives of over half a million British young people facing adversity through the launch of the British Inspiration Trust (BRIT); a visionary charity focused on using inspiration to help young people facing adversity regain their self-belief to make aspiring choices.
With guidance and direction from a visionary steering group of young people facing adversity and engagement with young people across the country, i will ask inspirational figures to join BRIT as BRIT mentors.
SIR - I would be delighted if you will join me in helping to make a difference to the lives of more than half a million British young people facing adversity, through the launch of the British Inspiration Trust (BRIT).
In Obstacles Welcome, Ralph de la Vega shares how he has turned adversity to advantage, both in his personal and professional life as CEO of AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets.
Further, resilience is not only about an adolescent coping, but also has to be viewed in the context of the adversity that has to be overcome.
ALBION boss Tony Mowbray has backed cash-strapped Coventry to triumph over adversity - just as he helped guide his boyhood club back from the brink.
He said: "You want to draw strength from adversity, and we have had our share of adversity this week.
The campaign looks at how a number of top Sports stars have overcome great adversity.
Businesses and shops have shown themselves to be very resilient and have simply got on with life even in the face of such adversity.