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|Melancholy is the nurse of frenzy. Shaksjware. The devil is best able to work on |
melancholy persons. R- Burton. Melancholy attends on the best joys of a merely
ideal life. Margaret Fuller. Great men are always of a nature originally melancholy
|Great men are always of a nature originally melancholy. — Aristotle. If you are |
melancholy for the first time, you will find, upon a little inquiry, that others have
been melancholy many times, and yet are cheerful now. — Leigh Hunt. How
|GREAT MEN GREAT PROFITS Great men are always of a nature originally |
melancholy. A rist. Great men are among the best gifts which God bestows upon
a people. G. S. Hillard. Great men are like eagles, and build their nest on some
|I can suck melancholy out of a song. - — Shakespeare. There is not a string |
attuned to mirth but has its chord of melancholy. — Hood. Great men are always
of a nature originally melancholy. — Aristotle. Melancholy Is not, as you conceive,
|This kind of person also adds the ones of success — good education, good job, |
respect from their communities — to their lives. This time the numbers ... Indeed,
Aristotle himself said that "great men are always of a nature originally melancholy
|Holmes and Depression When Holmes wrote 'Great men are always of a nature |
originally melancholy,' he was surely including himself among them. Even more
than his criticisms of Holmes' cocaine habit (criticisms which seem eventually to ...
|Rather, when men refrain from affairs it's because they have a commitment to |
moral behavior and prefer the quiet pleasure of feeling ... Aristotle made clear
more than two millennia ago, “Great men are always of a nature originally
|“Character may almost be called the most effective means of persuasion.” “Wise |
men speak when they have something to say, fools speak because they have to
say something” “Great men are always of a nature originally melancholy.
|They have that phlegm or staidness, which it is a compliment to disturb. "Great |
men," said Aristotle, "are always of a nature originally melancholy." 'Tis the habit
of a mind which attaches to abstractions with a passion which gives vast results.
|Like Jacques, we can suck melancholy out of a song as a weazel sucks eggs, |
and seem to love it better than laughing. But unlike his, ours is ... Aristotle said
that great men were always of a nature originally melancholy. Doubtless he had
in his ...
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