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|Thomas Fuller “A man must have a good memory to be able to keep the promises |
he makes.” — Nietzsche “A man who is most slow in making a promise is the
most faithful in its performance. ... “Hope is the dream of a waking man.” —
|If we hope for what we are not likely to possess, we act and think in vain, and |
make life a greater dream and shadow than it really is. - Addison, Joseph My
great hope ... Aristotle Hope is the dream of a waking man. - Aristotle Still bent to
|Hope Without hope there is no future. Hope is merely disappointment deferred. |
Burton Baldry Hope springs eternal in the human breast.---- Alexander Pope
Hope is the pillar that holds up the world. Hope is the dream of a waking man.
|—Anne Frank Hope is the dream of a waking man. —Diogenes We have no right |
to have no hope, because if we have no hope, there is no hope. The basic ethics
for modern man conscious of what humanity is running into is to firmly stick to ...
|Chapter 2 "Grandmother" Clutching my small bag, I stepped off the plane, and |
entered the lobby, looking around anxiously. I had no idea what I was looking for.
Some person holding a sign, like you see in the movies? Was I supposed to go ...
|Hope is the dream of a waking man." — M.D. 2110. Les plaisirs sont amers sitot |
qu'on en abuse. Deshoullieres. — " Pleasures are rendered bitter by being
abused." — M.D. 2111. Les plus courtes folies sont les meilleures. (Fr.) — " The
|Whenever a man says "somehow," you know that he suppresses a religious |
phrase. ... Well, Aristotle was asked, "What is hope?" And he ... Aristotle said, by
the way -- the fa- -- the correct definition is, "A waking man's -- a waking man's
|had thought some of natures journeymen had made men and not made them |
well, for they imitated humanity so ahominahly. — Shakespeare Hope is the pillar
that holds up the world. Hope is the dream of a waking man. — Pliny the Elder /
|With a certain degree of simplification, one might say that in dreams by night man |
mostly returns to the past. But there are also day-dreams, and Aristotle called
hope the 'dream of a waking man'. Dreams are ambivalent. What is articulated in
|Hope, in the general, is the expectation of some future good ; as it is a grace, it is |
some good thing promised by God : “I wait for the Lord, my soul doth wait, and in
his word do ... There is a vain and groundless hope, the dream of a waking man.