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|Ambrose Bierce * "There is never jealousy where there is not strong regard. ... |
For me, the human voice is the vessel on which all emotions travel - except
perhaps jealousy. And the breath, the ... Aristotle * "Jealousy is the jaundice of
|Communicate your worst fears to each other and work through these fears to a |
positive outcome. “Jealousy, the jaundice of the soul.” John Dryden (1631-1700)
2 What is Envy? • Jealousy supports the fact that. Step 1 – What is Jealousy? 7.
|See also Envy For thou shalt worship no other god: for the Lord, whose name is |
Jealous, is a jealous God. Exodus 34:14 KJV Wrath is cruel, anger is ... Charles
Caleb Colton Jealousy, the jaundice of the soul. John Dry den In jealousy there is
|To banter, to deride, to fleer, to jealousy; full of jealousy; haunted by jealousy; of |
flirt, to flout, to gibe, to joke, to mock, .... love; hold up, make, pass, perpetrate,
spend, use, utter, vent a Janus jealousy; the jaundice of the soul; jealous frenzy,
|Jealousy, the jaundice of the soul By John Dryden Quote Rating 75% Topics: |
Jealousy Jealousy is the grave of affection. By Mary Baker Eddy Quote Rating 75
% Topics: Jealousy What frenzy dictates, jealousy believes. By John Gay Quote ...
|There is no room for love when jealousy is present. "Love is not jealous or |
boastful or proud ..." (1 Corinthians 13:4, NLT). You must get a grip on jealousy or
it will drive away your love. Jealousy, the jaundice of the soul. — John Dryden (^
|He who is consumed by the flame of jealousy turns at last, like the scorpion, the |
poisoned sting against himself. Friedrich Nietzsche Thus Spake Zarathustra,1883
–92 (Cassell Publishers Limited,1993,p.102) Jealousy,the jaundice of the soul.
|If I am jealous because I am afraid of being replaced, then I neither love or am |
being loved. Jealousy, according to the poet John Dryden, is the jaundice of the
soul.13 If I accept my own distinctiveness and that of my beloved, then I cannot
|Jealousy is the jaundice of the soul. - Dryden, John For present joys are more to |
flesh and blood than a dull prospect of a distant good. - Dryden, John Kings fight
for empires, madmen for applause. - Dryden, John When I consider life, it is all a
|1 (1967) Their daughter pithily remarked: ...calling jealousy deplorable had not |
freed them from it... both found it hard to ... from obsessive jealousy are imagined
as afflicted with a similarly distorted vision: Jealousy, the jaundice of the soul.