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|–Casey Stengel If you want a place in the sun, you've got to put up with a few |
blisters. –Abigail Van Buren If you want him to mourn, you had best leave him
nothing. –Martial If you want to be liked, get a dog. The people you work with are
|There is nothing so habit-forming as money. - Marquis, Don If you want him to |
mourn, you had best leave him nothing. - Martial, Marcus Valerius All social rules
and all relations between individuals are eroded by a cash economy, avarice ...
|“What time do you expect your friend to come upto eat the rice?” the visitor ... |
Lady said, “I've had so much trouble handling my husband's estate, Ialmost wish
he hadn't died.” 29. ... If you want him to mourn, you'd best leave him nothing. 34.
|What power has law where only money rules? Petronius Arbiter (.7-c. AD 65), |
Roman satirist It is a hard thing not to surrender morals for riches. If you want him
to mourn, you had best leave him nothing. Martial (c. AD 40-104), Roman poet ...
|Painfully honest in its dissection of his thoughts and feelings, this is a book that details his paralysing grief, bewilderment and sense of loss in simple and moving prose.|
|your low estate to the very highest rank, you would still find that God has set |
prosperity and adversity the one against the other, to the ... Alas ! why mourn you
for your poverty, while you mourn not for your sins ? ... You will still indeed remain
poor ; and your faith may be strongly tried from day to day and from week to week
by the number of your wants, and by the ... if you can venture to trust in him, to
leave with him the care for your bodies, while you care for your souls, seeking
first the ...
|I don't remember what I just said, and I have no idea if I even meant it. ljust know I |
wanted it to hurt. ... I needed to mourn him. ... It was like I had failed you, failed to
keep our baby safe, and until we had a new baby, I had nothing to offer you.
|If there is any ground at all for fretting or mourning for an individual who is |
courteously or charitably supposed to have gone to a ... it is in the case of the
thoughtless person who has gone there without leaving you anything by which to
remember him. ... Fashion and custom prescribe that you shall put on mourning
for him or her as for a grandfather or grandmother. ... There are some things too
sacred to be dealt with here, though the code deals with them in a very business-
like style. If ...
Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman - 1874 - Read - More editions
|Nothing is more uupleasant than a bereavement. ... does not become some |
people ; they persist in visiting, too ; but then, do you know, they really look to me
like perfect frights. ... In fact, I should think that in any dress you would look
perfectly charming ; but that is becanse you are a brunette. ... Brunettes are best
in black — mark my words, now ; and blondes are never effective in that color. ... "
Yes, dear — a sweet son, aged twelve, leaving me to mourn over him. ... I should
think I had.
|Tami described herself standing in front of the door feeling like a helpless, |
paralysed child. “I wanted to just go and never return. But I thought, you're an
adult woman, maybe something happened to him? So I called you. On the one
hand, I could hear your ... I told him I wasn't interested in seeing him and couldn't
believe he dared invite me as if nothing had happened. ... mourning his leaving,
and the latent deep wish for a mutual, good relationship with him become the
therapy's central ...