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H. J. Eysenck - 1995 - 344 pages
|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
|John Quincy Adams, his son, in a speech at Plymouth, Massachusetts (1802-12-|
22) • Genius is sorrow's child. ◦ Adams used this statement in a letter to Benjamin
Waterhouse, (21 May 1821), but he may have been quoting the poem "To Mr.
Richard Alan Krieger - 2002 - 344 pages
|“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.
|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
|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 ...
|Children. of. sorrow. Early in the morning ofSunday July 2nd,1961, Ernest |
Hemingway silently left his bedroom and crept ... Genius – in as farasyou can
talkabout it–can be regardedasthe result of a genetic lottery,asa bizarre
|Genius and talent Genius does what it must, and Talent does what it can. G enius |
is sorrow's child. John Adams (American statesman, 1735 − 1826) He, who
knows how to speak, knows when to speak also. Archidamus II (King of Sparta,
|... Customs of the Peasantry of Cumberland; and Observations on the Style and |
Genius of the Author Robert Anderson, ... child of innocence, In infancy, life's
golden happy age, A few short years wou'd find thee sorrow's child; And sickness
|ABSENCE of mind has so long been considered a mark of genius, that few take |
pains to avoid the pernicious habit. It is one of the ... Child of sorrow, Murmur not
beneath the rod, There may be a joyful morrow, Treasured up for thee with God.