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|Proverb expressing similar meaning: LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP. admiration is |
the daughter of ignorance People often admire others about whom they only
have incomplete knowledge: The president's current popularity only proves the
|VI. Admiration. Is. the. Daughter. of. Ignorance. In Paris they just simply opened |
their eyes and stared when we spoke to them in French! We never did succeed in
making those idiots understand their own language. — Mark Twain, The ...
|For years 1 used to wake up my daughter and say, “Melissa you ripped me to |
shreds. Now go back to sleep.” _|o.\\˘ Rlvlzlts Art is the daughter of freedom.
FRIEDRICH SCHILLER Admiration is the daughter of ignorance. BENJAMIN
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|what the grovelling defires of creeping Mortals Idolize and date on; f0 it raifah us |
to love and admire an Objeét, that is as much above ... Tis here, that knowledge
wondcrs; and there's an Admiration, that's not the Daughter of Ignorance.
|One of these is the proverb I cite in chapter 1: "Wonder (Marvel, Admiration) is the |
daughter of ignorance. "5 Without pretending that Shakespeare structured The
Tempest around, or even that he necessarily knew, this proverb, I would claim ...
|... Incarnation : a love so wonder- full and prodigious • that though admiration be |
the daughter of ignorance , and Iesus be the infinite and eternal Science , He (
peaks not of it but. with astonishment and admiration '. Sic Deus diltxit mundum !
|But those Mercurial spirits which were only lent the Earth to shew Men their folly |
in admiring it; possess delights of a nobler make and nature, ... 'Tis here that
knowledge wonders; and there's an Admiration, that's not the Daughter of
|Admiration is the daughter of ignorance. - Franklin, Benjamin We always love |
those who admire us; we do not always love those whom we admire. - La
Rochefoucauld, Francois De I have always been an admirer. I regard the gift of
|The double night of ages, and of her, Night's daughter, Ignorance, hath wrapt and |
wrap All round us; we but feel our way to err: The ocean hath his chart, the stars
their map, And Knowledge spreads them on her ample lap; But Rome is as the ...