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  • He will then sprinkle the person to be purified of the skin-disease seven times, and having declared the person clean, will set the live bird free to fly off into the countryside. (Leviticus 14, 7)

  • he will set the live bird free to fly out of the town into the countryside. Once the rite of expiation has been performed for the house in this way it will be clean. (Leviticus 14, 53)

  • It is people who breed trouble for themselves as surely as eagles fly to the height. (Job 5, 7)

  • Is it your wisdom that sets the hawk flying when he spreads his wings to travel south? (Job 39, 26)

  • From his mouth come fiery torches, sparks of fire fly out of it. (Job 41, 11)

  • And I say, 'Who will give me wings like a dove, to fly away and find rest?' (Psalms 55, 6)

  • Words of hate fly all around me, though I give no cause for hostility. (Psalms 109, 3)

  • and if, to punish and discipline us, our living Lord is briefly angry with us, he will be reconciled with us in due course. (2 Maccabees 7, 33)

  • Flying into a passion, he resolved to make the Jews pay for the disgrace inflicted by those who had routed him, and with this in mind he ordered his charioteer to drive without stopping and get the journey over. But the sentence of Heaven was already hanging over him. In his pride, he had said, 'When I reach Jerusalem, I shall turn it into a mass grave for the Jews.' (2 Maccabees 9, 4)

  • Our task now is to unfold the history of Antiochus Eupator, son of that godless man, and briefly to relate the evil effects of the wars. (2 Maccabees 10, 10)

  • If you have been foolish enough to fly into a passion and now have second thoughts, lay your hand on your lips. (Proverbs 30, 32)

  • One dead fly can spoil the scent-maker's oil: a grain of stupidity outweighs wisdom and glory. (Ecclesiastes 10, 1)

O maldito “eu” o mantém apegado à Terra e o impede de voar para Jesus. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina