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|Vengeance may be enjoyable but the feeling is only brief and the guilt lasts much |
longer. A moment of sweet vengeance isn't worth the lifetime of bitter guilt. May
28, 2008 External or Internal? Why do externals matter? They don't really 22 ...
|I had held the right to it for three minutes only: from the moment of his death—that |
in which he had appeared to ... lifetime; but during that space my income
exceeded that of any potentate in the world. It was at .... “It's twelve o'clock, and
he isn't up yet. .... “And you look upon me as guilty ? ... E l “No,” said Beatrice, in
icy tones, “ you did not ; you sought a deeper vengeance. ... Above all, my sweet
sister, my pure Edith—" “ Edith l” interrupted Beatricc—“ Edith I” “Yes; do you not
|Mrs. Elliot was left standing alone in the village street, flushed with excitement, |
but conscious after the first moment that sho had perhans ... Her words might only
tend to exasperate the irritability of his temper, and he might even wreak his
vengeance on poor Katie. ... for him to eat and drink — something to put a little
life and warmth into him — to clear his dim eyes and steady his trembling limbs.
... A strange overpowering sensation of guilt and wrong-doing began to work in
|The appeal to God in an oath implies that the person imprecates His vengeance |
and renounces His favor if the declaration ... At the appointed time the door
opens, and as the guests divide on either side, the room that but a moment
before was a ... government estrange the hearts that once beat in unison, and this
“ root of bitterness” springs up into vigorous growth, and ... The lover, just entering
upon his life-work, she knew, her parents knew, was not rich, but willing hands
and a brave ...
|p. !•□□<□[ seated himself in silence, and after some moments Montery said—" |
Have you ever loved 1" ... listened to her— to my own wild feelings, and her life
was made a bitterness to her by my persecutions. This night I went again to h*r ...
|Strange, isn t itt_ iii'. n,oli3l,m.q_ ii this ii, our bugin9gg_ l . l “Y knowfll 01i¢ - * “|
lien you ca h . ... he believes her guilty, one sight of the famous attorney kindles a.
rage in his breast that it requires his utmost strength to control. ... of torture and
bitterness; he knows that he has it in his power to wound him to the qu'ick. to
deaden all life forhim for ever through the ... the fate of two lives—two lives <)l;l|lS
hated, highborn enemies-—the aristocrnts Yet he is not quite secure of his
|What ii. revenge! ... “And now you ask me to pretend that it was all done from an |
evil motive, and you offer me the rewards of guilt. ... Your old strong seIf—-the
woman with the love of life in her very blood—wir.hout sentimentality or any sort
of ... In the eye of the civil law it is frankly invalid, and the Church could annul it at
any moment, being no sacrament, ... Isn't it something that I am ready to face the
opprobrium that will surcly come of marrying the most criticised woman in Rome?
|You thought it right and necessary that you should marry in your own class of life, |
in order to continue your noble house. ... the whole court! all your friends whom
you have gathered round you here, are at this moment commenting on your
shame. ... had conjured up concerning the fate of his child, a life of wandering, of
want, even of guilt (for at times he helieved her to ... and taking her hand
affectionately within his own, said, “ It isn't for my own sake, Ellen, though the
Lord knows I shall ...
|1 am certain that 1 am not guilty, but how can I prove my innocence ? " " Ah, that |
may be difficult, as it ... Mr. Farrington mnsed thoughtfully a moment, and
muttered to himself, yet audibly : " Eighteen dollars missing ! " Presently he said
aloud : " I ...