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|(Rilke: “The only journey is the one within.”) Am I being too pessimistic? (Oliver |
Goldsmith: “Life is a journey that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads
and accommodations.”) Every novel is a journey, for that matter. Writing it and ...
|journey,” declared the eighteenth century writer Oliver Goldsmith, adding this little |
bit of Irish humor: “a journey that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads
and accommodations.”Almost as a response to ... In the fourth century, Saint
Gregory of Nyssa wrote The Life ofMoses, using elements from the Exodus story
to explain the beauty and mys- tery of Christian spirituality. A century and a half
|Some are bumpy and may be unwelcome experiences, but they are also often |
the funniest times in our life. These are the times ... Brian Wilson “Life is a journey
that must be travelled no matter how bad the roads and accommodations.” Oliver
|Fuller, Thomas Traveling is like gambling: it is always connected with winning |
and losing, and generally where it is least expected we ... Goldoni, Carlo Life is a
journey that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads and accommodations.
|Those that think must govern those that toil. - Goldsmith, Oliver Life is a journey |
that must be traveled no matter how bad the roads and accommodations. -
Goldsmith, Oliver A man who leaves home to mend himself and others is a
|Contemporary travelers complained bitterly about the difficulty of traveling on |
roads through the Lower Cape Fear and its environs. ... gloomy country without
accommodations" and concluded that there were few people on the road
because "neither ... and disagreeable journey I ever in my life experienced (not
even excepting the Green Mountains in Massachusetts)."24 Clearly, road
conditions south of Wilmington must have been wretched, and there is little
reason to think that they ...
|Then again young men and women marry without any means already collected |
on which to commence their life. ... But he must live on the fruits of that
employment, and can only pay his way from week to week and from day to day. ...
As a matter of course the accommodation for travelers whieh these hotels afford
increases and creates traveling. ... With us, and throughout Europe, inquiry is
made before an unaccustomed journey is commenced, oh that serious question
of wayside food ...
|Further south, the road follows right along the coast, with two must-stops, the first |
being Oahu Point Lookout to ... However, if that sounds like too much work when
on a holiday, then The Adelphi Lodge, the Blue Pacific Hotel and the Pier Hotel
all offer cold and frothy ones. ... But that journey was not to be; and to take our
minds off the matter, the good Doctor returned to his favorite subject, the art of
manful travel, this time telling us about some folks, who, no matter where they
|few options when traveling by land: to walk; or, if he or she had enough money, to |
ride a post horse, which was led from post ... time when they are not occupied
with the family business, they make preparations for the journey, find travel
companions, and set ... The well-wishers kindly give the travelers advice for the
road—and is this not an enviable thing? In addition, those who travel on business
or other mundane matters every year to all parts of the country, whether they are
young or ...
|'Behind us lay the whole of America and everything Dean and I had previously known about life, and life on the road. We had finally found the magic land at the end of the road and we never dreamed the extent of the magic.'|