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|—E PICTE TUS Live your life without attracting attention. – E PICU RUS He has |
not lived badly whose birth and death has been unnoticed by the world. —
HORACE Be in the world as if you were a stranger or a traveler. —M U HAMMAD
|He has not lived badly whose birth and death has been unnoticed by the world. - |
Horace Do not take life too seriously; you will never get out of it alive. - Hubbard,
Elbert Those who live are those who fight. - Hugo, Victor Life is a voyage. - Hugo
|Horace He has not lived badly whose birth and death has been unnoticed by the |
world. - Horace The one who cannot restrain their anger will wish undone, what
their temper and irritation prompted them to do. - Horace Anger is a brief lunacy.
|The mouse does not trust to one hole. ... The fickle populace has changed its |
mind, and burns with single passion for writing. ... For enjoyments do not
appertain to the wealthy alone, nor has he lived badly who has been unnoticed
either in his birth or death. ... where one has been brought into the world, having
regard to the varied woes of human life ; but when one has by death finished his
weary labours ...
|Generally, even in cases where they had found recognition for the moment and |
practical employment, they were not long able ... Here he lived in retirement, and
died forgotten and unnoticed in 289 B. c. ... that his power has been given him by
the heaven ; should he rule badly, some one will arise to take his power from him.
|His antecedents are not quite satisfactory, it is true : his father, the owner of an |
estate, has been bankrupt; but his former ... The author is cruel enough to let this
sweet creature fall a victim to a veteran reprobate, who has hitherto lived in a
society ... more awakens, and he seizes his brush topaint from nature the
beautiful arm of the girl whose death he has caused. ... These two solitary people
feel drawn to one another; their inclination for one another, at first unnoticed, then
resented by ...
|True detective xtonca Urnlnm (Winifred), World without End, 6/ Grant (Sadi), The |
Second Evil, 6/ Hamilton (0.) ... The author hopes it my be equally clear that no
attempt has been made in the character of Desmond to suggest a ... 6/ not, Treats
of (he growth of the Empire from its birth to its present position, some of its
principal features in various parts ... 111., Sheridan's Plays; Scott's Lives of the
Novelists; Holmes' The Poet at tbe Breakfast Table and The Professor at ... THE
death of Prof.
|I miss him, of course, but he has simply gone ahead of us, that's all ; we shall |
meet him again. And for his sake I am glad that the struggle is over — that he has
joined those of whom Longfellow wrote : " 'In the heart of the city they lie
unnoticed ; Daily the ... "When such a man dies I miss him, but do not sorrow ; I
would not have him back," said Dan. ... pleasure and passion — has trampled on
God's poor, I have no sorrow for the death of such a creature ; the world is well rid
|From the Editors Population and security HE ESCALATION of a regional conflict |
into a superpower confrontation has come to be viewed ..... 10y Bilderbac/e
discusses international migration, the third variable—along with birth and death
—in the study ofpopulation, and ... library, from which humans have already
drawn the very basis of civilization, and whose potential has barely been tapped.
...... Many have argued that Egypt is not overpopulated but is ill-managed and
|—Henri J.M. Nouwen, Gracias The Church's laity are those who have been |
prevented from giving their gifts. When the voice cannot be heard, it becomes
mute; when insights go unnoticed, sight is lost; when loving hands reach out to
give a ... become the truly liberating force the world so badly needs. lnhumanity
cannot give birth to humanity, and a Church that is not itself liberated cannot
liberate. ... They were special because God loved them so much that he died so
they could live.