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|There is a sense in which all passions and all lives might be said to be equally |
meaningful. ... (The phrase appears again and again, for example, in Benjamin
Disraeli, who writes that "man is only truly great when he acts from his passions.
|This is the wound of a passionate man's life : he contracts debts, when he is |
furious, which his virtue, if he has virtue, obliges ... Man is only truly great when
he acts from the passions ; never irresistible but when he appeals to the
|Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882 ~ Man is only truly great when he acts from |
the passions ... Disraeli, 1804-1881 ~ Coningsby, 1844 The happiness of a man
in this life does not consist in the absence but in the mastery of his passions.
|Later I discovered my passion for creating situations where people could |
discover their own innate power, gifts, and beauty. Today those situations are ...
Man is only truly great when he acts from his passions. Benjamin Disraeli,
|Man is only truly great when he acts from his passions. Benjamin ... Example |
A: John spent half an hour prepping his gear and getting suited up. He is now
adjusting his goggles waiting for the go-ahead to load up in the deployment
|William Shakespeare "No great man lives in vain. The history of the world is but |
the biography of great men." Thomas Carlyle "Man is only truly great when he
acts from his passions." Benjamin Disraeli "Great men are like eagles, and build ...
|Men are made successful more by the things they love than are these things |
made successful by the men who love them. ... The successful artist has a
passion for his work, the successful plumber has a passion for plumbing; the
successful business man has a passion for his ... Disraeli has said that Man is
only truly great when he acts from the passions, and I hope he was not speaking
in a narrower ...
|His brilliance and courage in challenging Peel in 1846 transformed him from an |
eccentric backbencher to a leader of the ... He was sceptical of reason, and once
said 'Man is only truly great when he acts from the passions, never irresistible, ...
|Philip Sydney, English poet, notes: He whom passion rules is bent to meet his |
death. ... Finally, British statesman Benjamin Disraeli asserted that Man is only
truly great when he acts from the passions; never irresistible but when he
|Sidonia insists that that attempt has failed: "'Man is only truly great when he acts |
from the passions; never irresistible but ... if you give him nothing to worship, he
will fashion his own divinities, and find a chieftain in his own passions'" (Bk 4, ch.