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|A Romance and Festival "Every day you may make progress. Every step may ... |
But this, so far from discouraging, only adds to the joy and glory of the climb." -
Winston ... from Ralph Waldo Emerson; "Life is a festival only to the wise." I
Richard Alan Krieger - 2002 - 344 pages
|There is not a wise man that cannot play the fool upon occasion. 'Tis not ... |
Despise not the discourse of the wise, but acquaint thyself with their proverbs.
Apocrypha ... Edward Young Life is a festival only to the wise. Go where he ...
|Even in his thirties and forties, he had been comedy's wise man. Now, officially |
entering his senior years, his white hair and beard made him seem that much
more a comic philosopher. Life is a festival only to the wise, wrote Emerson.
|A Backdrop to the Music of My Life Russ Dibella ... Motley Criie July i2; 2008 Life |
is a festival only to the wise Ralph Waldo Emerson Rock'n'roll festivals have
been around at least since the Monterey Pop Festival took place at California's ...
|Life is a festival only to the wise. RALPH WALDO EMERSON When one |
speculates about a Neo-Pagan festival a myriad of images may come to mind.
After all, most of us have grown up in other belief systems, not all of which portray
|M M Only do always in health, what you have often promised to do when you are |
sick. Life is a festival only to the wise. Life is a challenge; meet it. Life is a gift;
accept it. Life is an adventure; dare it. Life is a sorrow; overcome it. Life is tragedy
|Life is a festival only to the wise. Seen from the nook and chimney-side of |
prudence, it wears a ragged and dangerous front. The violations of the laws of
nature by our predecessors and our contemporaries are punished in us also. The
|Ralph Waldo Emerson observed long ago, "Life is a festival only to the wise." So |
very true today. Ever notice how some people are content with just the little things
in life? Or, how miserable people always find something to complain about?
|Emerson, Ralph Waldo Let us be poised, and wise, and our own, today. - |
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Life is a festival only to the wise. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo
There is a time when a man distinguishes the idea of felicity from the idea of
|Each of his Lives is a refutation to the despondency and cowardice of our |
religious and political theorists. A wild courage, a Stoicism not of the schools but
of ... books of political science or of private economy. Life is a festival only to the