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|But who we become, what we contribute... that gives meaning to our lives. - |
Robbins, Anthony I wonder if it isn't just cowardice instead of generosity that
makes us give tips. - Rogers, Will Giving is better than receiving because giving
starts the ...
|I wonder if it isn't just cowardice instead of generosity that makes us give tips. - |
Rogers, Will America is a great country, but you can't live in it for nothing. -
Rogers, Will My ancestors didn't come over on the Mayflower, but they were there
|All which I abandon, all which I give, I enjoy in a higher manner through the fact that I give it away. To give is to enjoy possessively the object which one gives.ndash;Jean-Paul Sartre|
|Wrenching the pistol from him, the yonng officer said, in a deep, stern voice, " You |
are a cowardly ruffian; and I'll take care you ... He was a generous enemy,
assuredly ; for, instead of passing by, and leaving him to his fate, as he richly
deserved, the ... I thought you would be kind enough to give me a little advice. ...
Poor Delia, in her impatient misery, had seen the reverse of the medal very
clearly, and if her heart had failed her, who could wonder ? ... If she isn't quick, it
will be too late ?
|But it isn't the least use for nim to show fight, for you see we're most of us bigger |
than he is, and his mother's a widow, so there's no one ... "I really think," she went
on quietly, "that it is a wonder he has the pluck to show any fight against you. ... "
Why, Margery" — Tom drew a quick breath as if laboring with some strange, new
idea — "why, anybody, to hear you talk, would set us .... Fourth, those who give
as a matter of display, to win public applause for their generosity — theatrical
|Even diffidence became absorbed in admiration, and all other feelings were lost |
in a sense of irrational delight only to be ... If Miss Bruce betrayed less
discomposure, it was because she kept her head bent over some embroidery,
stitching ... I've been the biggest coward in that way ever since the first time # you
at the Horticultural Gardens. ... “But it isn't his fault this time, poor devil | He's gone
a mucker. .... I ought never to have quarreled without giving you an opportunity of
|to-a-turn Thanksgiving dinner have come to be ' left to ply them with, and only |
allowed them to , to come under the charm; which Jimmie Brown, , ' son. ... If
Tommy Smith isn't equal to the V task, he must make way for some one who is. I
|But the most curious phase about a good seven-eighths per cent, of the advice |
spoken and printed is the fact that it is directed to the young. The girls ... It is a pet
theory with many people that only the young make mistakes. Wheh a man, for ...
|No, Tom. it isn't yours nor mine," replied Andrew, “and I shan't give it u to nobody |
but they who lost it. ... utterly unexpected blow between the eyes of his cowardly
assailant as he stooped to pick up the penny which had fallen in the fra . ... the
slightest expression of either surprise or disma , he wondered if he could possibly
comprehend the full extent of his loss. hes, ... “But you don't know, sir," at last
burst from his quiverinwli s; “he took my penny, the only one I had in the world,
and now ...
|Above all, was he to be sure and notice if a certain Mr. Robert Sidewing ever |
called. ... 511' Pcfcr——Pelcr—- Now, what the deuce was the cantaukcrous old
rascal's name '2" De Laney wondered why this very disorderly ... It isn't safe for '
im to talk so. ... Branded me with infamy, left us to starve, and only married her," of
every farthing. .... wife l" “ Make haste an dress, Nellie, and don't talk nonsense, or
I shall think you are a little coward," said Mrs. Itudersheim, vexed at N ellie's