Is there a symbol for the quote 'what does not kill you only makes you stronger'?
The symbol would be an open palm
The open palm would be very apt symbol
As it symbolize compassion.
It empathizes with the doer and radiates a positive energy.
Why do Christians lie when they say that which does not kill you makes you stronger just cause it's in the bible when many thing leave you irreparably damaged and weakened beyond repair?
How would you translate That which does not kill me only makes me stronger and I am not afraid into Irish Gaelic?
Does this quote have a historical precedent You can kill a man but you can't kill an idea dating from before Medger Evers said it?
What does this quote mean Do not seek death Death will find you But seek the road which makes death a fulfillment?
An adage can be a quote, saying or proverb. They are supposed to be wise statements and expressions. Examples: A watched pot never boils. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Be careful what you wish for, it may come true! Better safe than sorry. Curiosity killed the cat. Money is the root of all evil. Nothing in life is free. Practice makes perfect. Two heads are better than one. Two wrongs don't make…