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|HAPPINESS. O, how bitter a thing it is to look into happiness through another |
man's eyes ! Shakspeare. Our happiness in this world depends on the affections
we are able to inspire. Duchess de Praslin. If we cannot live so as to be happy, ...
|10 Our hand we open of our own free will, and the good flies which we can never |
recall. Goethe. Our hap is lost, our hope but sad despair. 3 /fen., ii. 3. Our
happiness in this world depends on the affections we are able to inspire.
Duchess de ...
|H54 Whatever the world may say there are some mortal sorrows : and our lives |
ebb away less through our blood than through our tears. Juillerat. ... 1466 Our
happiness in this world depends chiefly on the affections we are able to inspire.
|... shows: My children, it is a mistake to cultivate friendships with people |
decidedly inferior to yourselves in social status. ... and remember that much of our
happiness in this world depends on the amount of affection we are able to inspire
|Heaven may have happiness as utterly unknown to us as the gift of vision would |
be to a man born blind. If we consider the inlets of ... intellectual with what we
may be allowed to hope of the angelic. Colton : Lacon. ... Our happiness in this
world depends on the affections we are enabled to inspire. Duchess de Praslin.
|Huxley uses his entire prowess to throw the idea of utopia into reverse, presenting us what is known as the "dystopian" novel. When Brave New World was written (1931), neither Hitler nor Stalin had risen to power.|
|How many such women sigh in secret, and nurse the most visionary ideas of that |
pure domestic happiness, which others of their ... Our great master of the human
heart has finely delineated, in his Richard the Third, the wounded sensibility, the
... of one who sees, even from the cradle, that almost all the happiness of the sex
depends upon the affection they inspire. ... from a world in which she is ill
calculated to act a part, and taking refuge in solitude, which she is well able to
|It has been my wish to comprise in this work every motive that can inspire a love |
for the progress of knowledge : to give ... appears that love of philosophy and
liberty, which neither their friends nor their enemies have been able to stifle in my
bosom, ... fears which destroy the independence of meditation, and confide our
lives to morality, our happiness to those we love, and ... Ah ! how happy were
they ten years back, when entering into the world relying with full confidence on
their own ...
|As our affections depend on our opinions of their objects, and generally keep |
pace with them, it must be of the highest ... the least imperseS, since we cannot
form perfect, conceptions of his character ar.d administration :" for such
conceptions, ... a subserviency to the perfection and happiness of the whole ;
particularly, that he directs and governs the affairs of men, ... befriends the former,
is displeased with and pities the letter in this world, and will, according to their
respective deserts, ...
|It is in this opposition between our conduct and our affections that much of our |
troubles originates; it loosens the bonds ... us: hence selfishness ought to make
us study the wishes of those to whom we look for happiness; and the principle of
doing ... He is clever too, and well informed, and I do think would have made a
figure in the world, were it not for his temper, which ... of vanity of others, you
make at least acquiescent beholders of your own, and this is something gained;
for, depend ...