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|This greatly angered Basil, who was perhaps used to get- ting his own way in |
such matters. Eventually ... That's why St. Francis de Sales could say, “
Friendships begun in this world will be taken up again, never to be broken off.”
This thought ...
|Ralph Waldo Emerson Friendships begun in this world will be taken up again, |
never to be broken off. St. Francis de Sales The better friends you are, the
straighter you can talk, but while you are only on nodding terms, be slow to scold.
|Letters to Persons in the World Saint Francis (de Sales) ... a few days, or sooner |
or later in a few years, we shall follow him in this passage; and the friendships
and fellowships begun in this world will be taken up again never to be broken off.
|do it without knowing why save that we love to do it, we content ourselves that |
friendship is a Reality, and not a Fancy -- that it is built upon a ... Foss, Sam
Walter Friendships begun in this world will be taken up again, never to be broken
|Although the country-boy feels a little joy when school breaks up (as he does |
when anything breaks up, or any change ... For ten minutes the world is
absolutely his; the weights are taken off, restraints are loosed, and he is his own
master for that brief time, - as he never again will be if he lives to be as old as the
king of Thule, - and nobody knows how old he was. ... out which have been slyly
matured during the school-hours: expeditions are undertaken; wars are begun
between the ...
|The chills ran up and clown my back ; and then I thought what a saving it would |
have made on the ice bill if we had been ... and the young leaves make the trees
look as glad as if their poor limbs had never been whipped by freezing blasts. ...
And again they sob along the shore with such a tone of sadness that the grief of
the ases seems to be telling its sorrows. ... soft and gentle breeze, but break into
spells of madness, how can the human part of the world be expected always to
|Telling an unforgettable story of a man’s journey into extremity, Unbroken is a testament to the resilience of the human mind, body, and spirit. BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Laura Hillenbrand’s Seabiscuit.|
|Rather should we have been pleajcd with him, hail he boldly taken up the |
question, and thundered forth a justification. But this glossing over the disgusting,
this forcing forward the amiable, this pretended deference for old world morality,
with ... The friendship that Jean Jacques felt for Claude must have been the
hollowest thing imaginable : nothing could be more ... The liaison with " mamma"
was thus readily broken off, and with it terminates what Jean Jacques terms the
period of his ...
|Rather should we have been pleased with him, ad he boldly taken up the |
question, and thundered forth a ~ustitication. But this glossing over the di ting,
this forcing orward the amiable, this retended deference or old world morahty,
with a real ... The friendship that Jean Jacques felt for Claude must have been the
hollowest thing imaginable : nothing could be more ... The liaison with “ mamma"
was thus readily broken off, and with it terminates what Jean Jac ues terms the
period of his ...
|What we obtain by conversation, is oftentimes lost again, as soon as the |
company breaks up, or, at least, when the day vanishes. Wails. 24. To break up.
To begin holidays ; to be dismissed from business. Our army ... To part friendship
with any. There is ... Can there be any thing of friendship in snares, hooks, and
trapans? ... It is used often with additional particles, up, out, in, off", forth, to modify
its signification. ... From the break of day until noon, the roaring of the cannon