Already the others had begun to lend an ear
to this encouragement and were coming a little to themselves, when the same voice broke out again--not this time singing, but in a faint distant hail that echoed yet fainter among the clefts of the Spy-glass.
"Do what you feel is right; obey me, and even in the sloughs of want I will plant for you firm footing." And then, as I walked fast along the road, there rose upon me a strange, inly-felt idea of some Great Being, unseen, but all present, who in His beneficence desired only my welfare, and now watched the struggle of good sad evil in my heart, and waited to see whether I should obey His voice, heard in the whispers of my conscience, or lend an ear
to the sophisms by which His enemy and mine--the Spirit of Evil --sought to lead me astray.
Once or twice Jos had been on the point of saying something very important to her, to which she was most willing to lend an ear
, but the fat fellow could not be brought to unbosom himself of his great secret, and very much to his sister's disappointment he only rid himself of a large sigh and turned away.
Lend an ear
, then, to this concert of bell towers; spread over all the murmur of half a million men, the eternal plaint of the river, the infinite breathings of the wind, the grave and distant quartette of the four forests arranged upon the hills, on the horizon, like immense stacks of organ pipes; extinguish, as in a half shade, all that is too hoarse and too shrill about the central chime, and say whether you know anything in the world more rich and joyful, more golden, more dazzling, than this tumult of bells and chimes;--than this furnace of music,--than these ten thousand brazen voices chanting simultaneously in the flutes of stone, three hundred feet high,--than this city which is no longer anything but an orchestra,--than this symphony which produces the noise of a tempest.
Karithi is known to lend an ear
to Kiraitu, hence a clash between the two is seen as one between the senator and the governor.
Always eager to offer a cup of tea or a glass of whisky, she would lend an ear
to those who wanted it or otherwise crack a joke.
Bukhari said that those levelling allegations on others should also had patience to lend an ear
Its five-step SHUSH listening tips aim to help people lend an ear
to"anyone who may be struggling", with the advice being - Show you care:by focusing just on the other person, making eye contact and putting away your phone Have patience:as it may take time and several attempts before a person is ready to open up Use open questions: that need more than a yes or no answer, plus follow-up, such as"tell me more" Say it back:to check you've understood, but don't interrupt or offer a solution Have courage:don't be put off by a negative response and don't be afraid to leave silence.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has underlined the importance of retrieving the health information from reliable scientific resources and not to lend an ear
to rumors, misleading propaganda and false information on a number of health topics, which have no any scientific or medical basis.
Lend an ear
to the Tribu performers of the Ephesus Teatron Group, who will greet Independence Day with a concert of Philippine music-classical, folk, patriotic or simply entertaining.
It is, however, strange to see how Trump - who has been wary of large-scale foreign military entanglements and is desperate to pull US forces out of Afghanistan - could even lend an ear
Friends and families of those who are facing mental distress should not shun or shut out their loved ones but instead lend an ear
to hear their concerns, said Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman.
We celebrate random acts of kindness LYNN LOVE To hold open a door, to lend an ear
to someone needing a chat, it's always very rewarding to make a difference to someone's life.
The Philippine Army's 24th Infantry Battalion gathered "panglakayens and mananakems" (elders and wisdom-bearers in indigenous communities) for the "Elder's Forum" so government could lend an ear
to their issues and concerns.
Ambassador Kurai said that if his government would lend an ear
to him in the future, he would be happy to do even a second term in Pakistan.