Overcome may refer to:

  • Overcome (Alexandra Burke album)
  • Overcome (All That Remains album)
  • "Overcome" (Creed song)
  • "Overcome" (Live song)
  • "Overcome", a song by Stephanie McIntosh from Tightrope
  • "Overcome", a song by Wayne Marshall from the compilation album Diwali Riddim

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Anussati - Sets of Recollections - Six Recollections
... who practices these recollections "is not overcome with passion, not overcome with aversion, not overcome with delusion ...
Sampajañña - From The Pali Canon
... clearly comprehending and mindful, having overcome, in this world, covetousness and grief he lives contemplating feelings in feelings, ardent, clearly comprehending ...
We Shall Overcome - Copyright and Royalties
... "I'll Overcome Someday" written by Rev ... Methodist Episcopal Church, is the likely source of "We Shall Overcome," although the title, words, and tune differ substantially ... "We Shall Overcome" is an adaptation by Zilphia Horton, Guy Carawan, Frank Hamilton, and Pete Seeger, of a song that Zilphia Horton heard sung by union organizer Lucille Simmons in 1945 ...
Callum Mc Kay - Samantha Thomas
... In 2007 Sam returned when she and Yvonne made a pact to overcome their fears ... Sam helped Yvonne overcome her fear of worms whilst Yvonne helped Sam overcome her fear of flying ...

Famous quotes containing the word overcome:

    A man shall perhaps rush by and trample down plants as high as his head, and cannot be said to know that they exist, though he may have cut many tons of them, littered his stables with them, and fed them to his cattle for years. Yet, if he ever favorably attends to them, he may be overcome by their beauty.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Today Americans are overcome not by the sense of endless possibility but by the banality of the social order they have erected against it.
    Christopher Lasch (b. 1932)

    The most remarkable aspect of the transition we are living through is not so much the passage from want to affluence as the passage from labor to leisure.... Leisure contains the future, it is the new horizon.... The prospect then is one of unremitting labor to bequeath to future generations a chance of founding a society of leisure that will overcome the demands and compulsions of productive labor so that time may be devoted to creative activities or simply to pleasure and happiness.
    Henri Lefebvre (b. 1901)