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|Those who love deeply never grow old. They die of years but they die young. Q<|
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Aristotle, Robert William Browne - 1889 - 347 pages
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|The most telling sign of old age is not caring any more. To avoid old age keep |
taking on new thoughts and throwing off old habits. A man is not old as long as
he is seeking something worthwhile. As you grow older you find it takes just
|His back and massive shoulders were so twisted and bent that he stood no |
higher than a twelve-year-old boy; yet standing straight, he would ... At first he
saw only the grotesqueness of it - the long arms that almost touched the floor, the
broken back, the twisted shoulders - and then, with a deeper thrill, he saw
nothing of these things but only the face and the head of the man. ... They shifted
slowly, taking in the cabin, questing, seeking, searching for something which they
could not find.
|The book began in 1926 as a series of informational pamphlets. Banks and insurance companies began to distribute these pamphlets, and the most famous ones were eventually compiled into this book.|
|"The Angliskis would call you a soiled old man." "I am not old," protests Tomasz. |
In fact he has just turned forty-five. On his birthday he looked in the mirror and
found two more gray hairs on his head, which he pulled out at once. ... That even
as we are moving on down that long lonesome road, destination ... there is
always something we are leaving behind. He ... Was he seeking for meaning or
|The old collector had paid a lot of money for his watches; he invested in them |
everything he had. ... When the old man died, it turned out he did not have close
relatives, and his nephew, a young and ambitious actor, ... to something modern.
|annoying — not old enough to doto upon tho reflected image of regretted years, |
nor youug enough to feel any sympathy with the follies of another age. He was,
nevertheless, a very just man. and, as Jean Charost found afterward, just in small
things as well as great; ... "No," he said, thoughtfully; "no; I do not think he is one
to hear malice — at all events, not long. ... Your eyes seem seeking something.
|he esteemed a Gain, the Loss of what he Saint, who (as we said) composed his |
Life in Janu had here, to obtain and possess that which Verse, and Bede writ ...
Man had ever lived in the Wilderness so long as he had done ; or was equal to
him in Perfection and Merits. ... it grew Morr ning, the holy old Man resolved to
seek after him, he knew not where, and supporting his feeble Limbs with a Staff,
he went ...