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|You relate • great thing hardly to be believed. Horace. ... The thirst for fame is |
greater than that for virtue ; for who would embrace virtue if you removed her
rewards. Juvenal. ... Greater things are believed of those who are absent Tacitus.
|Greater things are believed of those who are absent. Tacitus. Hist., Book t, 83. , |
Majore tumultu Planguntur nunimi quam funera. Nemo dolorem Fingit in hoc cam
, vestem deducere Bummam Conteutus, vexare oculos huinore coacto : Ploratur
|Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The reward of a thing well done, is to have done it. |
... Absence. Greater things are believed of those who are absent. Tacitus
Absences are a good influence in love and keep it bright and delicate. Robert
|And those will be thy best friends, not to whom thou hast done good, but who |
have done good to thee. Greater things are believed of those who are absent. He
that fights and runs away, may turn and fight another day; but he that is in battle ...
|Red as wine. Vibrant... And alive. Isabelle gasped, remembering thetouch ofthe |
petals on her hand. Shelooked downand rubbed her fingers absently together. “
Where do I start?” Greater things are believed of those who are absent. Tacitus,
|... the Younger) • "No man is laughable who laughs at himself." -- (Seneca the |
Younger) • "Things forbidden have a secret charm." -- (Tacitus) • "A bad peace is
worse than war." -- (Tacitus) • "Greater things are believed of those who are
|(Vergil) ABSENCE Absence makes the heart grow fonder. (T. H. Bayly) Absence |
... Distance sometimes endears friendship, and absence sweeteneth it. He that is
... (Cicero) Greater things are believed of those who are absent. (Tacitus) Let no ...
|What I've read about Epicuris would likely make one believe that he was |
selfcentered and concerned with nothing beyond ... But Epicuris believed that “
the purpose of philosophy was to attain the happy, tranquil life, characterized by
the absence of pain ... or desire you had, and that you should not look down upon
what you already have when dreaming of greater things. Those new dreams will
one day become a reality just like the old dreams did, so live in today and
appreciate the ...
|For how we may without fault follow those who bid us to believe, hath been |
already said: but unto these who make ... is he guilty from the mere
understanding, not the wish; and, if the wish be absent, what can be called more
innocent? But belief is then worthy of blame, when either any thing is believed of
God which is unworthy of Him, or any thing is over easily .... For both human
matters are more easy to distinguish between, than divine; and in all matters of
greater sacredness and ...