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|Curiosity may be the cure for boredom but I have never suffered from that malady |
and I know there is no cure for curiosity. As the old Yiddish proverb says, a man
should live if only to satisfy his curiosity. I am as driven by insatiable curiosity as ...
|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 ...
|Many are not meant to be taken literally, and some do not translate well into other |
languages. ... (Turkish) A man is not honest simply because he never had a
chance to steal. (Yiddish) A man should live if only to satisfy his curiosity. (Yiddish
) A ...
|(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)
|Its only semantic marker consists of operating with two abstractions, or with one |
generic and one abstract term: gezunt kumt far ... as in a mentsh zol LEBN shoyn
nor fun naygerikeyt VEGN [ A 36] " a man should live if only to satisfy his curiosity.
|Proverb, Yiddish A penny is a lot of money, if you have not got a penny. - Proverb, |
Yiddish If we cannot do what we will, we must will what we can. - Proverb ...
Proverb, Yiddish A man should go on living -- if only to satisfy his curiosity. -
|Some women go to extremes of having breast implants, plastic surgery, |
liposuction, and even gastric bypasses in order to appeal to ... “If you can satisfy
your urges by looking at pictures or movies, I can live with that. ... Sometimes, a
husband will agree to anything because he also doesn't want to leave the
marriage at the time of disclosure—or ever. He will give you his personal
assurances that he will never stray, assures you that this was just fulfilling a “
normal” curiosity, and you are ...
|fell down, by reason whereof no man could go up these many years; bu the Pope|
, that was last, hath caused the same to' b,e ... de Mediéis (he that is now great
Duke of Florence) hath an exceeding fair and stately palace, and garden of
pleasure. ... of stone, and, by the window, is a water-spout erected so high,
tbataman may wash his hands, standing in the gallery abpve; ... unto it, you shall
see the Great Duke naturally as if living; but, when you come just to it, you behold
yourself only ...
|tainty of election : "But if we are elected in him, we cannot find the certainty of our |
election in ourselves ; and not even in God the ... forward securely and
confidently, instead of satisfying his curiosity will enter an inextricable labyrinth" (
Inst. Ill, xxi, 1). If ... Never will man be able to find out anything by himself in
abstracto as the result of his desire to penetrate into God's ... Why should we soar
above the clouds to obtain certainty about God's counsel, or continue to live in
uncertainty if God ...