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|Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von Oh how sweet it is to hear one's own convictions |
from another's lips. - Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von We are so constituted that
we believe the most incredible things; and, once they are engraved upon the ...
|Rarely, however, does anything change, and it doesn't matter how mature or |
immature your opponent may be. Try arguing with ... The expression “Monkey
see, monkey do” Oh, how sweet it is to hear one's own convictions from another's
|QuotationsBook.com. a personal one. - Freud, Sigmund The practical effect of a |
belief is the real test of its soundness. - Froude ... Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von
Oh how sweet it is to hear one's own convictions from another's lips. - Goethe ...
|The two matrons, still handsome, and always highbredlooking, occupied one |
couch ; the young people were grouped around. ... Ibelieve, if she had her own
way, she would soon disfigure that perfect face, which young Ashford is ready to
make a fool of ... as if she understood his meaning, for she said, in a soft,
significant tone— " Don't you want to smoke another cigar? ... shaded by a
something of lace, cogettishly draped, and contrasting deliciously wi the white
skin and berry-red lips.
|I have already declared my conviction, that your yesterday's error was an |
involuntary, unpremeditated weakness — the effect of overwrought sensibilities.
... Scarcely had the draught passed my lips, when 1 felt its intoxicating qualities
mount to my brain. ... I am myself again — ready to bear all things— to proclaim
my innocence to the whole world, if it stood by to listen. ... Oh ! how could you
imagine that of my own have uttered such horrid falsehoods— have thrown on
the innocent to ...
|In one or two of her letters she mentioned a visit from her Cousin Lionel, but only |
casually. ... Oh, my heart, my heart!" and sank all ... Then I rang a sounding peal
upon the bell, and escaped to my room, before the summons was answered. l In
that room I battled fiercely with my own conviction of right. I knew ... I trust you
utterly, my darling ! and will not hear you blamed, even by your own lips." l “ But ...
I should have given her her heart's desire if I had trusted myself to hear another
|'Oh, papa, tell me that you will love me still, although I am not what you would |
wish me to be.' 'My child,' he ... Let it not last another hour. ... As would be the
consequence if you followed my leadings ; ergo , I hear from my daughter's
eloquent lips the future she believes to be in store for me. ... Since you are so well
aware of your own superiority I can hardly compliment you on your
disinterestedness. ... I have found life sweet, and very sweet, since I have known
you, until this bitter hour.
|Come, Ida Mara, sit down here upon this stool beside me, and let me hear your |
tale from your own lips. ... countenance, she told her little history in plain and
simple language, which carried the conviction of truth along with it. ... she had
been in her own home after her mother's death and her father's marriage to
another wife; how she felt even a ... She could not restrain her feelings, however,
in that hour of bitter sorrow,. and in another moment she was in Seymour's arms. "
|Aih, see her lips move, To wreath in that smile which enriches Your own lives and |
mine, my dear little elves: Ah, hear her ... I long to see the love-light In your deep
brown eyes so true; And I long to hear your footstcp Ere another evening's dew. ...
Sweet music to my car, And I long to press those loving lips That are to me so
dear. ... Oh! I love him so much better Than I ever did before; I've wondered that I
thought 'twas love In those happy days of yore. .... but it is my honest conviction.
|"Fear, and the worst fear: fear of the world's opinion; fear of the Nicots and the |
Mervales; fear I oftltine own impulses when most generous; fear of thine ... “Ah !
sweet and and was the morrow to that night, when thy lips warned me of the