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|Grace Farrell (hereinafter Conversations) Who is he that is rich? He who is happy |
with his lot. Ethics of the Fathers 4:1 A man should go on living— if only to satisfy
his curiosity. YIDDISH PROVERB Experience is a good school, but the fees are ...
|—Rabbi Nachman of Bretslav Never trust the man who tells you all his troubles |
but keeps from you all his joys. Miracles sometime occur ... —Chaim Weizmann A
man should go on living—if only to satisfy his curiosity. It is inevitable that some ...
|Samuel Johnson The days on which one has been most inquisitive are among |
the days on which one has been happiest. Robert Lynd A man should live if only
to satisfy his curiosity. Yiddish proverb A sense of curiosity is nature's original ...
|When the fox preaches, beware of your geese. American Cures see Remedies |
Curiosity 3497. A man should live if only to satisfy his curiosity. Yiddish 3498. Be
not curious in unnecessary matters. Bible 3499. Curiosity is born of jealousy.
|(Spanish) It is better the child should cry than the father. (German) Laugh and ... (|
German) Curiosity A man should live if only to satisfy his curiosity. (Yiddish) ... (
English) A curse will not strike out an eye, unless the fist go with it. (Danish)
|"The doctors say the findings are negative but the patient is positive," he said, |
savoring his own words as testimony that all was still ... He conveyed the sense of
an old Jewish proverb, "A man should go on living, if only to satisfy his curiosity.
|fort, but comfort nevertheless, that should the pain become too intense, you pass |
out. Of course, when you come to, the ... As an old Jewish proverb says, "A man
should go on living, if only to satisfy his curiosity." This is what I did. The Nixon ...
|(Montaigne) A man should live if only to satisfy his curiosity. (Yiddish Proverbs) |
Curiosity is ill manners in snother house. (Proverb) Ignorance and incuriosity are
two very soft pillows. (French proverb) Creatures whose mainspring is curiosity ...
|The ironic reaction of the Jews in East European ghettos before these were |
destroyed, to their social and economic conditions and their intimate relations
with their God ... A man should live if only to satisfy his curiosity. A fool takes two
steps where a wise man takes none. ... Worries go down better with soup than
|A second gross mouth told me, "You don't want to go that way." A third ... But |
none of the gross mouths would tell me why I didn't want to go that way. ... There's
an old Yiddish proverb that says, A man should live if only to satisfy his curiosity.