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|It hath often been said, that it is not death, but dying, which is terrible. — Henry |
Fielding When some people say that they fear death, it's really not death itself as
an end state that they fear, but rather the physical and psychological process of ...
|Epitaph But learn that to die is a debt we must all pay. - Euripides We all have to |
die some day, if we live long enough. - Farber, Dave It hath often been said that it
is not death but dying that is terrible. - Fielding, Henry It is not death, but dying, ...
|Death must be distinguished from dying, with which it is often confused. (Sidney |
Smith, 1771-1815)1 It hath often been said, that it is not death, but dying, which is
terrible. (Henry Fielding, 1 707-54) 2 Historical Attitudes towards Dying and ...
|Dying. Alan. C. Mermann. It hath been often said, that it is not death, but dying |
which is terrible. — Henry Fielding, A me ... But the skills required may not reflect
the inner life of the physician — that deep pool of feelings, relationships, desires,
|Miss Matthews now discharged some curses on Miss Betty, not much worth |
repeating, and then Mr. Booth proceeded in his ... taking leave of the world ;
concerning which it hath been often said,, that it is not death, but dying, which is
|Nothing but mirth and jollity were in the countenance of every officer and soldier ; |
and as I now met several friends whom I had ... taking leave of the world ;
concerning which it hath been often said, that it is not death, but dying, which is
|Nothing but mirth andjollity were in 'the countenance of every officerand soldier ; |
and, as I 'now met several friendswhom I had ... taking leave of theworld ; '
concerning which it hath been often said,that it is 'not death, but dying, which is
|But hath a man been vexed with a disquiet conscience, the arrows of guiltiness |
sticking in his sides, groaning under the pressure of unbearable sins? This
comes nearest to the say of hell, a taste of.those vials, to which the gall of asps is
honey, and the stings of ... But this punishment is a continual fever, a death which
hath no death : it hath a beginning, it hath no end. ... It is a wonder that any
should die in their right senses and wits, that have not learned to die in the faith of
|And the death the leper should die, both one way and the other, would be alike ; |
bat if thou seekest not, thou wilt die a worse death. ... though never so base and
injurious ; no circumstance in any sin, either that it hath been so often and so long
Iain in, and committed ... but it might have been said of some whose portion
reconciliation hath been ; as the apostle saith, ' No temptation hath befallen you
|He was married, but not very happily, for his wife Kate is said to have been a |
shrew; and moreover, unless rumour lied, her husband's brows, ... He died in
1588, and was buried on the 3rd of September, at the church of St. Leonard,