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|Sally Ann Berk. Miracles sometime occur, but one has to work terribly hard for |
them. —Chaim Weizmann A man should go on living—if only to satisfy his
curiosity. It is inevitable that some defeat will enter even the most victorious life.
|I don't want to go on living this way, Dotti. Please help me if you know of |
ANYTHING I can do. — Depressed in Empo- ... Dear Exposed in Met- calf: Well,
what did you expect from a man with a video camera in his bedroom? Dear
Humiliated in ...
|Pope, Alexander A man should go on living -- if only to satisfy his curiosity. - |
Proverb, Yiddish I think, at a child's birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother
to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity. - Roosevelt,
|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. -
|They would have only terrified me; for they pushed these strange distortions of |
fancy to the very utmost. ... But, dear Lothar," said Theodore, " go on with your
comparison of a dinner with a drama." " To satisfy your curiosity," replied Lothar, "
I must begin by pointing out how weighty a part of a play is the introduction. ... all
civilized nations, and people who do not strive to live and to eat after a strange
and fantastic manner, open their repast with a strong, but mild, calmly-digested
|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 ...
|They were a couple of elderly man and woman in their early fifties; both of them |
were not tall and somewhat stout. ... Anthony liked the family atmosphere at this
table; he knew how one should talk with elderly, nice, well-disposed Americans
at ... Anthony had satisfied his curiosity--in the end, he was convinced that the
couple Evgevich was essentially what they ... was only surprised how, while
living beside these nice old man and woman, being under their supervision, Walt
|Disgusted in New York Dear Disgusted: If your husband thinks burping is a |
compliment, tell him to go live in the jungle with the rest of the savages. ... Please
forgive me. ... Once I did it so much that I got a nose bleed but I just can't help
|and that name, by the good leave of the critic*, 1 will Tenture to give it, for they |
cannot deny but the Christ-cross in the ... he will this night receive a lustre from a
living one, which I make no doubt was in his own idea when he wrote the play,
but ... I could not imagine that men who could but just read, would pretend to
judge of a part of learning, which, if Longinus may ... of right to ask the managers
such a question ; but I will indulge you, and drop my right of office, to satisfy your
|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 ...