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|... and though long ages should elapse, and leave our wrongs unredressed yet |
shipmates and world-mates! let us never forget, that “Whoever afflict us, whatever
surround, Life is a voyage that's homeward-bound!” (400) This passage seems to
|S. Rickly Christian. Homeward. Bound. I've been carrying you on my back from |
the day you were born, and I'll keep on carrying you when you're ... And then he'd
point out, as did Herman Melville, that “life's a voyage that's homeward bound.
|Life is a journey from impurity to purity, from hatred to cosmic love, from death to |
immortality, from slavery to freedom, from imperfection to perfection, from pain to
eternal bliss, from ... Nelson Henderson Life's a voyage that's homeward bound.
|Life is a lottery: most folks draw blanks. Rec. dist.: Ill. 61. Life's a voyage that's |
homeward bound. Rec. dist.: N.Y., S.C. 1st cit.: US1891Melville quoted
byCournos, Modern Plutarch. 20c. coll.: Stevenson 1401:7. 62. Life's fairest
things are those ...
|DAY 32: THOUGHT FOR TODAY Life's a voyage that's homeward bound. Clever |
people master life; the wise illuminate it and create fresh difficulties. The whole of
life is but a moment of time. It is our duty, therefore to use it, not to misuse it.
|The best way to prepare for life is to begin to live. ––Elbert Hubbard. Life's a |
voyage that's homeward bound. ––Herman Melville. One way to get the most out
of life is to look upon it as an adventure. ––William Feather. There are no classes
|... and leave our wrongs unredressed, yet, shipmates and world- mates! let us |
never forget, that, Whoever afflict us, whatever surround, Life is a voyage that's
homeward-bound! (398-400) Melville's senses of an ending are complicated
|“Life's a voyage that's homeward bound.” Herman Melville When Boyd got out, |
Evan no longer was forced to probe his newly found recall. Being by himself in
the car felt good. His past could creep back into the spaces that memories went to
|One thinks, schemes, plans, contrives projects, Aware that he is mental; But still, |
a large part of one's life Is just coincidental. LEvERETT LYON Life ... GEORGE
SANTAYANA Life is a voyage that's homeward bound. HERMAN MELVILLE Life
|that it does not release me, and put me into some better place and better |
condition of life? Bishop Randolph S. Foster an There is no death! What seems
so is a ... Lyman Ahhott * Life is a voyage that's homeward bound. Herman