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|Cyril Connolly, 1903-1974 ~ Like water, we are truest to our nature in repose. ~ |
Connolly ~ Calmness of mind does not mean you should stop your activity. Real
calmness should be found in activity itself. ~ Shunryu Suzuki, 1905-1971 ~ Zen ...
|We should have much peace if we would not busy ourselves with the sayings |
and doings of others.... —Thomas a Kempis Harmony seeks ... Pilgrim Like water,
we are truest to our nature in repose.... — Cyril Connolly A happy person is not
|Connolly, Cyril Civilization is maintained by a very few people in a small number |
of places and we need only some bombs and a few prisons to blot it out
altogether. - Connolly, Cyril Like water, we are truest to our nature in repose. -
|(George Harrison) - Our lg'e isfrittered away by detail. . . Simplg'y, simplg'y (|
Thoreau) - Like water, we are truest to our nature in repose. (Cyril Connolly) - The
aim oflg'e is to live, and to live means to be aware,joyously, drunkenly, serenely,
|The Art of Everyday Life Diane Durston. Like water, we are truest to our nature in |
repose. — Cyril Connolly The fruit of silence is tranquility. — Arabian proverb.
|2 Railway termini ... are our gates to the glorious and the unknown. Through them |
we pass out into adventure and sunshine, to them, alas! we return. E. M.
FORSTER ... TRANQUILITY 1 Like water, we are truest to our nature in repose.
|Like water, we are truest to our nature in repose. ON ATQNEMEN T |
ARRANCEMENT AND PH()T()(,RAPHS STEPHEN GILL. “Good is the passive
that obeys reason. Evil is the active springing from energy. From the duality of
|Looking after your fish Caring for your fish starts from the moment you select them|
. Choose ... Generally, you should wait 4 to 6 weeks for the water to settle and
reach a biological equilibrium. ... Like water, we are truest to our nature in repose.
|Ishouldnot saythatthis prayer I have been describing, which comes |
fromreasoning with the intellect,is living water Imean so far asmy understanding
ofit goes. ... to thesoul, throughthe influence of the body and of the baseness of
our nature, which we should prefer notto be there. ... In contemplationthe
LordHimself relievesus of this care,forHe will not trust usto look after ourselves. ...
I say thatshewould almost have been drawnout of herself because in this
statethesoul is in repose.
|living water — I mean so far as my understanding of it goes. ... We are meditating |
on the nature of the world, and on the way in which everything will come to an
end, so that we may learn to despise ... In contemplation the Lord Himself
relieves us of this care, for He will not trust us to look after ourselves. ... I say that
she would almost have been drawn out of herself because in this state the soul is