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|Fairbanks, Douglas Do not make best friends with a melancholy sad soul. They |
always are heavily loaded, and you must bear half. - FeNelon, Francois My best
friend is the one who brings out the best in me. - Ford, Henry Let me live in a ...
|Melancholy ..............Deep, long lasting sadness Sanctuary . ... To make fun of; |
provoke Wary . ... Always take a witness” (Lord Stevens) 7. Unbearable tension ...
“Do not make best friends with a(n) sad soul. They are always heavily loaded,
and you must bear half.” (Francois ... PERMEATE WARY MELANCHOLY 4.
|Many good members of churches would be not a little frightened, conld they |
realize how much harm, to themselves and others, they do by the habit of finding
fault with the music; saving, as it were, "Do me good if you can." They would not
feel justified in thinking such language to the minister, and why is it right to be
spiteful toward those who have the power on ... of vibrations is spoke of, it must
be always understood of the frequency of their courses and recourses, and not of
the motion ...
|Out of the din of traffic there came to his ears the rumble of a heavily loaded dray |
and the sound of iron-shod hoofs striking ... The two splendid beasts, without a
word or a touch from him, were doing their work with perfect intelligence and
willingness. ... '□Henceforth I call you not servants ; for the servant knoweth not
what his lord doeth ; but I have called you friends. ... the sad circumstances, the
pastor asked If some mother in the audience whose heart prompted her to do so
would not ...
|"You can even get to know yourself better, courtesy of the local handwriting |
analysts. .... Some guys in the audience, they always say, "Boy, you went a long
way without an education. ... It doesn't serve any purpose, but they want to do it
because they want to be in and not out. .... My best friends today are people I met
during that trial. ...... down a soapbox and explain why anarchy was the way, why
the tax system should be abolished, why fruit juice and enemas could heal a sick
|When The Unbearable Lightness of Being was first published in English, it was hailed as "a work of the boldest mastery, originality, and richness" by critic Elizabeth Hardwick and named one of the best books of 1984 by the New York Times ...|