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Rev. James Wood - 1893 - 658 pages
|I'M NEVER 1 WAIVE I'm never less at leisure than when at leisure, nor less alone |
than when alone. Scipio Africanus. I'm not deny in' the women are foolish; God
Almighty made 'em to match the men. George El:.jt. I'm not one of those who can
|An Interesting Collection of Quotes from the Greatest Greek and Roman |
Philosophers and Leaders Hagopian Institute. I'm never less at leisure than when
at leisure, or less alone than when alone. Scipio Africanus I am convinced that
life is ...
2008 - 136 pages
|It is the part of a fool to say, I should not have thought. Scipio Africanus I'm never |
less at leisure than when at leisure, or less alone than when alone. Scipio
Africanus I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 96% how I
react to it.
|“I'm never less at leisure than when at leisure, or less alone than when alone.” |
Agathon “Even God cannot change the past.” “Everyone becomes a poet whom
love touches.” Agesilaus II “Royalty consists not in vain pomp but in great virtues.
|Scipio Africanus I'm never less at leisure than when at leisure, or less alone than |
when alone. Scipio Africanus Though bitter, good medicine cures illness. Though
it may hurt, loyal criticism will have beneficial effects. Sima Qian Wisdom ...
|Whately was fourteen years older than Newman, whose earnest thoughtful- ness |
he so well appreciated that he made ... he was never I'M at leisure thin when at 1
isure, or less alnne than when alone " — " Xnuquam so minus otiosnra esse, ...
|I shan't love him more or less if I'm a sailor or not. ... My uncle shall never be |
blamed ; I'll go to school," said Goldie. ... Several days passed away, and Goldie
was not less alone than he had felt at his first entranco among the family at the ...
|FE R SE'S dddrgffl'dta Mi: E. FOSTER, of Eglvam in Surry : Occafioncd by Irn-|
saying, She was never less alone, than when ... uscful hour at rcading, work, or
thought ; For ever idle, never having leisure, For ever seeking, never finding
|... to Miss E. Foster, 0/ Egham in Surry : Occasioned by her saying, She was |
never less alone, than when alone. ... Cne useful hour at reading, work, or
thought ; Tor ever idle, never having leisure, Tor ever seeking, never finding
|Just being out there in the world, it kind of reminds me of the stuff that I'll never |
have in my own life. Shit, I guess that makes me ... I guess I'm just trying to say
that I feel less alone in isolation than I do in a crowd. Does that make any sense