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|Franklin, Benjamin Fame is the echo of actions, resounding them to the world, |
save that the echo repeats only the last art, but fame ... Goethe, Johann Wolfgang
Von If you modestly enjoy your fame you are not unworthy to rank with the holy.
|1,417 Bon Mots, Ripostes, and Witticisms for Aspiring Academics, Armchair |
Philosophers...And Anyone Else Who Wants to Sound Really Smart Peter Archer.
“If you modestly enjoy your fame you are not unworthy to rank with the holy.
|~Zhuge Liang~ If you modestly enjoy your fame you are not unworthy to rank with |
the holy. ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe~ Do not speak words of pride, even
when thou art sitting with thyself. ~Temt Tchaas~ You can't hang around bathing
|Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von If you modestly enjoy your fame you are not |
unworthy to rank with the holy. - Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von More light! -
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von Sowing is not as difficult as reaping. - Goethe,
|BENEFICIUM BETTER Beneficium d ignis ubi des, omnes obliges— Where you |
confer a benefit on those worthy of it, you confer a favour on all. Pub. Syr.
Beneficium invito non datur ... fame, thou art not unworthy to rank with the holy.
|Or trouble your invention to express Your thought of me : the plainest phrase and |
language That you can use, will be too high a strain ... If the great duke Made this
his end to try my constant temper, Though I am vanquish'd, 'tis his fault, not mine :
For I am flesh and ... Who can behold the temples, Or holy altars, but the objects
work Devotion in him ? ... Yet 1 may be bold, For my integrity and fame, to rank
With such as are more glorious. ... Provided you be modest ; I were uncivil, else.
|God Knows, I'm no the thing 1 shon'd be,/ Is' or am I even the thing I con d be, I |
But twe nty times 1 rather won'd bo □ An ... like a lass, I Bat mean revenge, and
malice fause, He'll still disdain, And then crv zeal for gospel laws, "Like some we
ken. ... Tho' blotch't and foul wi' mony a stain, And far unworthy of thy train, With
trembling voice I tunc my strain, To join with ... Sir, in that cirele you are nam'd: Sh
-, in that cirele you are fam'd ; And some, by whom your doctrine's blam'd, tWhich
|If I may be permitted to quote a fragment of unworthy verse, I should say : — Hi* |
mind I* temple-like. ... His wish, poured forth at the close of his □ Holy Dying," we
believe, is remembered: — " I desire to die a dry death, but am not very desirous
to have ... delivered at that out of the wav Athens, unknown to fame, Huntington,
L L They were on the topics of the " Gold Mania" and u The Use of .... That this isn'
t fair piny must be evident to all of you, and your own fault if you don't have justice
|All that we could hear of the author was, that he was a German of little fame. The |
composition itself had not much to recommend it except originality ; but it was
most effective as a tour de force for a chorus, and it was most rapturously encored
. As if to give us the greatest possible contrast, the next piece was the andante in
G, and presto movement in D, from Haydn's Quartet, No. ... Something of the kind
has been attempted in England, but without success : you perceive a want of