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Martin H. Manser - 2001 - 497 pages
|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.
|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 ...
|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.
|Friendship. Bonds. “Friendships begun in this world will be taken up again, never |
to be broken off.” (St. Francis de Sales: Letters to Persons in the World, 5, 4).
During his eight years in Toulouse, that is, from 1853 to 1861, Stephen carried on
Sy Safransky - 2012 - 198 pages
|Now the course is checked, now it runs straight again. / Here winged thoughts |
may pour freely forth in ... Ed Hays Friendships begun in this world will be taken
up again, never to be broken off. Saint Francis de Sales \We begin life with the ...
|Steven Kellogg. Friendships begun in this world will be taken up again, never to |
be broken off. FRANCES DE SALES True friendship ought never to conceal what
it thinks. ST.
|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
|Words of Warm Affection from the Heart Frances Grant, Lion Hudson UK. |
Friendships begun in this world will be taken up again, never to be broken off.
PRANCES DE SALES True friendship t never to conceal what it think ST.
|A social satire and a milestone in 20th century literature, 'The Great Gatsby' peels away the layers of the glamorous twenties in the U.S. to display the coldness and cruelty at its heart.|
|Monsieur le Baron," said Pierre Jean, "you will be pleased to recollect that you |
promised me a hundred crowns lor this other ... 1 am not one of those to be used
as a ladder, and then kicked down when you have done with me. ... For the
present business, I will give you fifty crowns at once, and fifty more when I find
that the marriage is really broken off. ... he was gone, the baron started up,
walked hastily to and fro for a minute, and then swore, with a dreadful
imprecation, that he would ...