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|For Blake, virtue is not a reward bestowed upon the man who happens to do |
what is considered a good deed, for "Accident is the omission of ... As Blake sees
it, the moral distinction is not between inherently good and evil deeds, but
between act and non-act; like the poetic ... is a rich old ugly maid courted by
Incapacity"; "He who desires but acts not, breeds pestilence"; "The 96 Within and
|James Russell Lowell If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would |
literally astound ourselves.... Thomas A. Edison He who desires but acts not,
breeds pestilence.... William Blake If the fruits of action do not affect the person
|He who desires but acts not, breeds pestilence. That made sense. Like an itch. |
You're dying to scratch and you've been told not to, so you try to avoid it but finally
you can't take it any more and you scratch so bad you bleed. Would have been ...
|He contracts the spiritual diseases of Shame and Guilt. ... "He who desires but |
acts not, breeds pestilence (MHH 7:5). ... he does, the whole creation will be
consumed and appear infinite and holy, whereas it now appears finite 8c corrupt.
|stitute but also as something that involves deprivation of the very means of |
fulfillment. Moreover, in being identified as ... the dynamic of the fifth proverb as
well: "He who desires but acts not, breeds pestilence." The message that this
|It does not follow that governments fall if people make love, but Blake's eroticism |
extends far beyond specifically sexual ... For Blake it is our duty (not only our right
) to act on our inclinations: He who desires but acts not, breeds pestilence.
|All is not lost. The unconquerable will And study of revenge, immortal hate, And |
courage never to submit or yield. What grips us now, as it ... can do and who you
are? Blake said again: He who desires but acts not, breeds pestilence, and No
|Beveridge, Baron William Henry The desire of the lazy kill him; for his hands |
refuse to labor. [Proverbs 21:25] ... [Proverbs 13:19] - Bible
He who desires but does not act, breeds pestilence. - Blake, William A man must
|We must act. For he who desires but does not act breeds pestilence. And we do |
not want that in Uganda. Do we?' The crowd roared. 'Otherwise,' he continued, '
we will be under the power of the white man again. Or his African servants.
|1 just watch what they do. Andrew ... T. Boone Pickens The world's great men |
have not commonly been great scholars, nor great scholars great men. Oliver
... Will Rogers He who desires but acts not, breeds pestilence. William ...