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|For Kierkegaard, 'genius is like a thunderstorm: it rushes against the wind, |
frightens people and cleans the air. The status ... For John Adams 'genius is
sorrow's child', and Browning added: 'Since when has genius been found
|Quotes. about. Genius. from. QuotationsBook.com. A genius is one who can do |
anything except make a living. - Adams, Joey Lauren Genius is sorrow's child. -
Adams, John It takes people a long time to learn the difference between talent
|“Genius is one per cent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration.” — |
Thomas Edison ... Georges de Buffon “Genius is sorrow's child. ... Ruskin “Genius
, in truth, means little more than the faculty of perceiving in an unhabitual way.
|Rather, apparently, she used the money to dull the sorrow. Her hard lesson was |
... But we can buy for only so long before we run out of money and realize that the
sorrow remains. Instead, sorrow ... Genius is sorrow's child. —JOHN ADAMS ...
|Genius is sorrow's child. JoHn AdAms , 1735–1826 There are two paths in life: |
one is the regular one, direct, honest. The other is bad, it leads through death—
that is the way of genius! tHomAs mAnn , 1875–1955, The Magic Mountain (1924
|Genius is sorrow's child. It is weakness rather than wickedness which renders |
men unfit to be trusted with unlimited power. By my physical constitution, I am but
an ordinary man. The times alone have destined me to fame—and even these ...
|Go on—and may reward thy cares attend, The friend of Genius must remain thy |
friend; Though sordid minds with impious touch presume To blend thy laurels ...
Genius is Sorrow's child, to Want allied, Consol'd by Glory and sustain'd by Pride;
Adrienne Koch - 1965 - Snippet view
|Genius and Education To Benjamin Waterhouse Montezillo, May 21, 1821 I am |
glad I forgot to return your son's beautiful morsel on Industry with my last letter;
because it furnishes an apology for ... Mrs. Morton says genius is sorrow's child.
|And this is Toews at her finest: a story that is as much a comedy as it is a tragedy, a goodbye grin from the friend who taught you how to live.|
|You seem to imply that natural genius is all, and education nothing but artificial |
show. Now, if I rightly ken you both, I cannot perfectly agree with Waterhouse ... 3.
Genius is often produced by accident. Mrs. Morton says genius is sorrow's child ...