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|It is easier to raise a laugh than excite admiration for wisdom. W% C. Bennett. No |
one is more profoundly sad than he who laughs too much. Richter. That laughter
costs too much that is purchased by the sacrifice of decency. Quintilian.
|He is not always at ease who laughs. ST. ... PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE — Ariel. t |
Laugh not too much; the witty man laughs least: For wit is news only to ignorance.
Lesse at ... No one will be more profoundly sad than he who laughs too much.
|Tfie Autocrat of the Breakfast. Table. Ch. iv. No one is more profoundly sad than |
he who laughs too much. Richter. Hesperus. 19. How much lie* in Laughter: the
cipher-key, wherewith we decipher the whole man. Carlyi.e. Sartor Rcsartus. Bk. i
|His own actions conduct him either to wretchedness or to the reverse. H |
itopadesa. No one is free who is not master of himself. Claudius. No one is more
profoundly sad than he who laughs too much. Jean Paul. 10 No one is qualified
|Bubbling spontaneously from the heart of child or man. Without egotism and full |
of feeling, laughter is the music of life. -Osler, Sir William No one is more
profoundly sad as one who laughs too much. - Paul, Jean There is a kind of
laughter that ...
|Is that not compassion? A clown has a tough act to follow. “No one is more |
profoundly sad as one who laughs too much.” He cannot afford the luxury of —
Jean Paul Sartre shedding his own tears because he's taken up the job of wiping
|The accent of one's country dwells in the mind and in the heart as much as in the |
language. b. ... I. 1. Niemand wird tiefer traurig als wer zu viel luchelt. No one will
be more profoundly sad than he who laughs too much. h. Jean Paul Richter ...
|Take my word for it, it is no laughing matter. ... Nobody who is afraid of laughing, |
and heartily too, at his friend, can be said to have a true and thorough love for
him; and, on the ... No one is more profoundly sad than he who laughs too much.
|No one is more profoundly sad than he who laughs too much. — Richter. The life |
that has grown up and developed without langhter, and without the sunny
brightness which youth justly claims as its right, lacks bouyancy and elasticity,
|Jean-Paul Richter, the German satirist, was perceptive enough to write,'No-one is |
more profoundly sad than he who laughs too much.' Joy is a social emotion. One
may be content and happy on one's own, but laughter and joy are usually most ...