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|Hoffer, Eric How frighteningly few are the persons whose death would spoil our |
appetite and make the world seem empty. - Hoffer, Eric It is a sign of a creeping
inner ... Hook, Sydney 'Tis after death that we measure men. - Hope, James 50.
|'Tis after death that we measure men. —James Barron ... While having breakfast |
with my friend, Jim Hargadon, one morning in September 2010, a guy walked in
to the restaurant where we were eating and looked my way. He looked familiar ...
|Behold How short a span Was long enough of old To measure oat the life of man |
; In those well teraper'd days, his time ... Before we apprehend What 'tis to live, or
fear a death ; Our childish dreams are fill'd with painted joys Which please our ...
|other, the innermost of all, the world of man's emotions and highest impulses, is |
interpreted by what he feels. ... haps and harms that the book's folk beset;— So
do we with our life; night comes and morn; We know that one has died and ... The
Zeitgeist to oursouls hastold the tale, And tells it; and'tis very wise andold; But o'
erthe pagethere hangsa mist andveil; — We donot know the tonguein which 'tis
|Strength and wholeness are inevitably and increasingly ours as we come into |
vital touch with the creative power of the ... When we cry out for death in our
extremity, this is not indeed what we want, but just the opposite : " 'Tis life of which
|No; to the death, we will not movea foot: Nor to their penn'd speech render we no |
graoe; But, while 'tis s kc, each turn away her face. Boyet. Why ... What would
these strangers? know their minds, Boyet: If they do speak our language, 'tie our
will That some plain man recount their purposes: Know what they would. ... Tlhey
say, that they have measur'd many a mi e, To tread a measure with on on this
|together with recorded views of men of former times : the whole field explored, |
every source of wisdom, past and present, made tributary to ... erty, nor the good
man crowned with physical health and a plenty of this world's goods, in the purely
spiritual life to which we go. ... is already possessed ; and any increase in the
measure of either beyond merit and demerit would neither be compatible with
justice, nor operate ... It appears from this hasty survey that punishment after
death for the ...
|The Duke, Isabella, Claudio have thus, driven by events, imaged before us their |
thoughts on Death and the fear of it. ... Lastly, we are allowed to see how a man
feels with regard to death, when, having been on the summit of repute, he is cast
hopelessly down ... 1k * * * I crave death more willingly than mercy; 'Tis my
deserving, and I do entreat it. ... that, after much distress, the reader may have
some pleasure v Take, O, take those lips away, That so sweetly were forsworn;
And those ...
|22 The sleeping and the dead Are but as pictures; 'tis the eye of childhood That |
fears a painted devil. ... Isabella in Measure for Measure, 3.1.77-80 Trying to
reconcile Claudio, her brother, to the idea that he must die; ... 25 Duncan is in his
grave; After life's fitful fever he sleeps well. ... 27 The sense of death is most in
apprehension, And the poor beetle that we tread upon In corporal sufferance
finds a ...
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