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|I do not like to get the news, because there has never been an era when so many |
things were going so right for so many of the wrong persons. One man's remorse
is another man's reminiscence. Remorse is a violent dyspepsia of the mind.
|Nash, Ogden One man's remorse is another man's reminiscence. - Nash, Ogden |
Remorse is a violent dyspepsia of the mind. - Nash, Ogden I don't mind their
having a lot of money, and I don't care how they employ it, but I do think that they
|Montaigne, Michel Eyquem De Remorse is a violent dyspepsia of the mind. - |
Nash, Ogden Repentance won't cure mischief. - Proverb, Gaelic He that hath
promised pardon on our repentance hat not promised life till we repent. - Quarles
|I am referring, of course, To remorse. Remorse is a violent dyspepsia of the mind, |
But it is very difficult to treat because it cannot even be defined, Because
everything is not gold that glisters and everything is not a tear that glistens, And
|Unpleasant feelings of the body produce correspondent sensations of the mind, |
and a great scene of wretchedness is sketched put by a morsel of indigestible
and misguided food. — Sydney ... Dyspepsia is the remorse of a guilty stomach.
... We may outrun by violent Gwiftness that which we ran at, and lose by
|Not only did his health completely and suddenly break up, but his mind gave way|
. He was haunted ... Moreover, remorse does not suddenly attack a man after a
meal, bringing on spasms and the symptoms of violent indigestion. It is not as a ...
|The poet is talking of remorse, which is 'a violent dyspepsia of the, mind.' The |
people who should feel it never □ have it. Nero never had it. But the martyrs
specialized in it; So I think remorse ought to stop biting the consciences that feed
it, And ...
|This result follows, because the Creator evidently designed such a. state of mind |
to be the best and happiest for man himself, ... if the mind be oppressed with grief,
anxiety, or remorse—the stimulus which the brain gives will be far from beneficial,
... the requisite nervousstimulus, and become impaired in their functions; and
hence the dyspeptic and hypochondriacal ... and of wounds and injuries of the
brain ; while violent emotions, intense grief, or sudden bad news, sometimes
arrest at ...
|... so that the faculties are ranked in opposition to eacli other : or if the mind be |
oppressed with grief, anxiety, or remorse ... It is in such circumstances,
accordingly, that bad health is so often seen to arise from the state of the mind,
and that ... nervous stimulus, and become impaired in their functions ; and hence
the dyspeptic and hypochondriacal symptoms ... while violent emotions, intense
grief, or sudden bad news, sometimes arrest at once tho UPON THE OTHER
|For, as I stand in the presence of God, had the unhappy Khossrou, at this moment |
of returning shame and remorse, presented ... yet on his bare expression of
repentance and a returning sense of duty, I freely banished from my mind every
unfavourable impression. ... The effect of this indulgence was a violent