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|Generosity GENIUS Generosity is catching: : and if so many escape it, it is |
somewhat for the same reason that ... Lavater, 10 Genius begins great works,
labour alone finishes them. Joubcrt. ... Genius is nothing but a great capacity for
|Genius unexerted is no more genius than a bushel of acorns is a forest of oaks. - |
Beecher, Henry Ward Men of genius are not quick judges of character. ...
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Genius is nothing but a great capacity for patience. -
|Old proverb “A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle.” — |
Japanese proverb ... Carlyle “Genius is nothing but a great aptitude for patience.
... John Dryden “Genius at first is little more than a great capacity for receiving
|We can, in- ileed, discern nothing in the human mind, distinct from the effects of |
education, but a capacity to receive instruction — a ... If this position is not true, in
its full extent — if 'the attention and patience of ati age would invent nothing, niili.
iut a peculiar disposition of the organs of sense 'tula native ncu ... notsome
mixture of folly, perhaps also there is no great folly without some mixture of
|We can, indeed, discern nothing in (he human mind, distinct from the effects of |
education, but a capacity to receive instruction — a faculty ... If this position is not
true, in its full extent — if the attention and patience of an age would invent
nothing, without a peculiar ... If, as Seneca says, there is no great genius without
some mixture of folly, perhaps also there is no great folly without some mixture of
|Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing Larry Chang. Genius is |
nothing but a great aptitude for patience. ~ George-Louis de Buffon, 1707-1788 ~
Hérault de Séchelles, voyage à Montbard, 1803 Patience is bitter but its fruit is
|The human mind is limited in capacity, and the minds of great men, being |
continually occupied by great ideas, are ... In the exact sciences at least it is the
patience of a sound intellect, when invincible, which truly constitutes genius." "
Infinite patience is the truly scientific spirit " (J. Morley). Helvetius said : " Genius is
nothing but a continued attention " ; and Lord Chesterfield remarked that " the
power of ...
|Genius is only protracted patience. Buffon. Genius is ... Genius is a capacity for |
taking trouble. ... There is no great genius free from some tincture of madness.
Seneca ... I know no such thing as genius ; genius is nothing but labor and
|E.G. Wells "Genius is nothing but a great aptitude for patience. ... They |
recognized that I possess the capacity to worry over the trivial, to become stuck
with the insignificant, to oscillate between "a low" and "a high" within a matter of
|Helvetius defined genius as " nothing but continued attention " — une attention |
suivie; Buffon as une tongue patience. ... attention more than to any other talent ;
whilst the definition of genius by another great mind as, " an infinite capacity of ...