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|Seneca Fate leads the willing, and drags along the reluctant. - Seneca Fate rules |
the affairs of men, with no recognizable order. - Seneca The fates lead the willing,
and drag the unwilling. - Seneca Where the fear is, happiness is not. - Seneca ...
|[simplicity] ducunt volentem fata, nolentem trahunt-lit. the Fates lead the willing, |
drag the reluctant. Thus, fate leads the willing soul, but drags along the unwilling
one. (Seneca) dulce bellum inexpertis-war is sweet for those who have not ...
|Fate leads the willing, and drags along the reluctant." If your destiny lies in |
Scotland... He pondered that for a moment. Did his destiny await him there? It
was such a strange, far-off place, unknown yet familiar because he had heard his
|"An old friend of mine used to say, 'Fate leads the willing and drags along the |
reluctant.”' Celeste's laugh was short and sardonic. "I'm certainly reluctant, but I
had to do something. I heard an ugly rumour today. Apparently, some people are
|FATAL. POLITICS. Fate leads the willing, and drags along the reluctant. —|
Seneca Between Athens and Jerusalem. In. his essay The Idea ofEurope,
George Steiner claims that Europe has a twofold inheritance, which is closely
linked with the ...
|Our fault. Pat once said, 'You gotta live life, Marge. You don't want to lie there in |
your grave all those centuries thinking about what you should have done, eh?'
Truth is, I never really did care. Fate leads the willing, and drags along the
|bb10. Meaning: The. Heart. of. the. Matter. Fate leads the willing, and drags along |
the reluctant. —LUCiUs aNNaeUs seNeCa, firsT CeNTUrY PHiLosoPHer They
met in medical school and married during residency. as a couple they carefully ...
|You're the best! You may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in |
torment if you do not trust enough. ~Frank Crane Chapter One Fate leads the
willing and drags along the reluctant. ~ Seneca Naked? Savannah Deason
|See Guggenheim, Les principes (supra note 10), at 99. See Walther Schucking, |
Internationale Rechtsgarantien: Ausbau und Sicherung der zwischenstaatlichen
Beziehungen 11-12(1918). Fate leads the willing but drags along the reluctant.
|'Fate'; a name given by some people not to the position of the stars but to a chain |
of causes dependent on God's will There are thosewho usethe name 'destiny' to
refernot to the conjunction of ... Fate leads the willing, drags the reluctant feet.