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|People who enjoy what they are doing invariably do it well. He who ... Man needs|
, for his happiness, not only the enjoyment of this or that, but hope and enterprise
and change. ... Learning is pleasurable but doing is the height of enjoyment.
|LEARN LEAVES Learn to be pleased with everything- ; with wealth so far as it |
makes us of benefit to others ; with poverty, for not having much to care for ; and
with obscurity, ... Learning is pleasurable, but doing is the height of enjoyment.
|Novalis said, “Learning is pleasurable but doing is the height of enjoyment.” He |
realized how intensely he must be looking at her and felt himself go red. 'Your
going on will be the height of enjoyment for me. Did your grandfather's influence
|Mckay, David O. I was brought up to believe that the only thing worth doing was |
to add to the sum of accurate information in the world. - Mead ... Naisbitt, John
Learning is pleasurable but doing is the height of enjoyment. - Novalis I am ...
George Wallingford Noyes, Lawrence Foster - 2001 - Preview
|To be securely happy we must have the power to withdraw instantly from any |
specif1c form of enjoyment and turn directly to some other form of ... /319/ We
must learn to withdraw in the midst of pleasure, when our susceptibility is at its
height, not only without pain but with positive enjoyment. ... Others say it is an
inspired poem descriptive not of sexual love but of love between Christ and the
|But reflection is sometimes the companion os ardour ; the honours of the goal are |
more attractive to the managed steed ... of persone who have destroyed
themselves in the very height of felicity, (and the hill enjoyment os their dearefi:
|This led to discussions about height as well as width – did cats use their ears for |
judging spaces too? ... In doing so movement teaching has been highlighted and
explored. As well as ... We must not overlook the sheer pleasure and enjoyment
that children derive from activity and movement, but should seek to foster it.
|Some of them taught, that sensual pleasure is the chief good of man; that it |
consists in freedom from trouble and ain: and that ... From what a glorious height
do the Scriptures look down on this grovelling, deformed, self-contradicto chaos
of ... Virtue, they inform us, isthe love of doing good; an active principle, the real
and whole energy of an intelligent mind, ... learning, wealth, knowledge, power,
honour, or pleasure ; but to do good : not to gain even heaven itself, or immortal
life; but to ...
|Or, The Enjoyment of Life in Its Social and Religious Aspects William Haig Miller |
... to His praise, he could learn to look without envy on the height of legal
eminence to which his schoolfellow, Lord Chancellor Thurlow, had attained. ...
Success may have been gained, but in the moment of grasping it, its vanity is
|For its own health, the soul needs to be able to take pleasure. Joy and ... For |
stopping at the height of enjoyment maintains our capacity to carry out our daily
duties afterwards. If we go ... This first condition is therefore actually a 'zenith-
exercise': not missing the peak of the enjoyment; but then— taking the leap into
work. ... Here we are allowed to learn to experience ourselves as members of the