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|The criticism of Sartre that Death is simply a contingent fact, belonging to one's " |
facticity ", is sound so far as it goes. Certainly a brooding on Death, ... Every man
is born as many men and dies as a single one ". 1 " All being which is not of the ...
|We need to step off the treadmill that our lives have become and take a hard look |
at each and every choice we make. We need to focus on taking our ... “Every man
is born as many men and dies as a single one.” —Martin Heidegger Think of a ...
|Your destiny can't be changed but it can be challenged. Every man is born as |
many men and dies as a single one.” I intend to be the author of this chapter of
my life and actively shape the man I will die as. ~Dr. Stephen Hume Living Well
|[With] roots anchored in the current of life [man] will float on the surface like a |
lotus and he will blossom and give forth fruit. . . . The life that's in him will ... Henry
Miller, Sexus Every man is born as many men and dies as a single one. —Martin
|Only at death did these possibilities cease. He said, 'Every man is born as many |
men and dies as a single one.' Heidegger touched a rising wave of German
romanticism which hailed the aesthetic, poetic and mythological power of
|With Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men Franklin |
Ellis, Samuel Evans ... liam, born Sept. 27, 1807, and died at the Gap; ' the
children were Anna M., born July 23, 1837 (now ' There he died Nov. ... doing his
duty as he conceived the duty of man should be performed, died Sept. ... his
church, it was a rare | thing to find him absent from God's house on Sunday '
morning, and in all these years he never missed a single one of the four
communions a year.
|GRAUNT, John, a well known author of “Observations on the Bills of Mortality," |
born in London, in 1620, died in 1674. GRAUNT, Edward, a learned man, head
of \Vestininster school, died in 1601. ... and from that time to his death in 1804,
never absented himselfa single month at any one time: thus settin an example
worthy the approoation and imth on of all clergymen. Mr. Graves was the intimate
friend and correspondent of Shenstpne, as Well'asof many other literary
characters, and ...
|GA ted tor his knowledge of the Greek language, and antiquities, was born in |
1636, died in 1702. ... society, born 1672, was considered as one of the most
learned men of his age, and most highly skilled in the antiquities of his country. ...
He was a man of great learning and uncommon ahilities, and well versed in the
antiquitiet, of England, for which he left many ... his new method upon the
gladiators ; and he was so successful, that not a single one' perished by any
wounds of this kind.
|“And a wondrous thing in a noble-born man. ... How many deaths lie at the feet of |
each and every man in this hall? Is the one death I made such a grievous thing,
compared to all those slain men I saw lying in the ward and below the walls? ...
When Maryn looked his way for guidance, Nevyn mouthed a single word, “mercy.