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|Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm Edward Bulwer-Lytton (18031873) |
Enthusiasm = interest. By showing enthusiasm for your job, you are telling your
employer that you enjoy working for him or her. By showing enthusiasm in the ...
|Enthusiasm. Breeds. Enthusiasm. A. Point. to. Ponder. Just as success breeds |
success, enthusiasm breeds enthusiasm. ... Likewise, unenthusiastic people are
also contagious. It's difficult to hang ... Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm.
|Your lower limbs will seem so dull, sluggish and torpid, that, in justice to the same |
and to restore a delightful harmony to all ... A prominent writer states"Nothing is
so contagious as enthusiasm; it is the real allegory of the tale of Orpheus.
|The personalities of the world in every department of achievement have been |
chracterized by an enthusiasm which swept all opposition before it, like an ocean
wave. "Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm," says Bulwer. It is at the heart of
|So a properly displayed enthusiasm is one of the most attractive and infectious |
characteristics imaginable. Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm. Samuel
Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834) Enthusiasm can become a habit, like almost
|Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm. It is the real allegory of the tale of |
Orpheus ; it moves stones, and charms brutes. It is the genius of sincerity, and
truth accomplishes no victories without it. Bulwer. Enlist the interests of stet n ...
|Every visitor must have been impressed by the ardor and animation with which |
everybody old and Enthusiasm young ... The enthusiasm was contagious, "
and nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm ;" there was no escaping its
Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones, Charles Neil, Joseph Samuel Exell - 1889 - Read
|89148938] [ENTHUSIASM. hysterical, and passing in a moment from tears to |
laughter. Sterling. ...  Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm ; it is the
real allegory of the lute of Orpheus ; it moves stones, it charms brutes.
|sake, in fact to be more worthy to wear the anchor which symbolizes so much to |
us. ... We reprint the greater part of it: "The enthusiamwas contagious, 'and
nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm;' there was no escaping its beneficial
| Enthusiasm is that effervescence of the heart or the imagination, which is |
the most potent stimulus of our nature, where it ...  Nothing is so contagious
as enthusiasm ; it is the real allegory of the lute of Orpheus ; it moves stones, ...