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|Fichte, Johann G. Scarcely one person in a thousand is capable of tasting the |
happiness of others. - Fielding, Henry A great obstacle to happiness is to expect
too much happiness. - Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier When what we are is what
|JOHANN GOTTLIEB FICHTE (1762-1814) Germany: Philosopher, theologian, |
author, essayist, editor, professor, lecturer, scholar, nationalist/ idealist “Scarcely
one person in a thousand is capable of tasting the happiness of others.” HENRY
|He is truly happy who makes others happy. 21. ... If happiness have not her seat |
and centre in the breast, we may be wise, or rich, or great, but never can be blest.
... Scarcely one man in a thousand is capable of tasting the happiness of others.
1887 - 1267 pages
|He is truly happy who makes others happy. ... If happiness have not her seat and |
centre in the breast, we may be wise, or rich, or great, but never can be blest. ...
Scarcely one man in a thousand is capable of tasting the happiness of others.
|“I believe that man will not merely endure; he will prevail.” Johann G. Fichte “|
What sort of philosophy one chooses depends on what sort of person one is. ... “
Scarcely one person in a thousand is capable of tasting the happiness of others.
|HAPPINESS To be of use in the world is the only way to be happy. ... The |
greatest happiness of the greatest number is the foundation of morals and
legislation. ... Scarcely one man in a thousand is capable of tasting the happiness
|method of coming at a rough-and-ready conclusion regarding the size of men, |
than the one which I have adopted. This subject has interested me from the
standpoint of better nutrition. It will be observed that the American man is
decidedly gaining in size and weight. ... Not only the druggist, the chemist, the
cook, but others likewise, make much practical use of the nose as a source of ...
The nose is capable of ministering to our happiness even more, perhaps, than
the touch or the taste.
|Fielding, Henry Fashion is the science of appearance, and it inspires one with the |
desire to seem rather than to be. - Fielding, Henry ... Fielding, Henry Scarcely one
person in a thousand is capable of tasting the happiness of others. - Fielding ...
Charles Eugene Little - 1886 - 958 pages
|662 you approach temptation to a man, you do him an injury ; and if tie is |
overcome, you share his guilt. ... In affairs of this nature, calling for the sudden
risk of one life for the preservation of another, he lias never hesitated, nor even so
... [Damocles, a courtier of Dionysius the tyrant, was] always repeating, that never
man was happier than Dionysius. " Since you are of that opinion," said the tyrant,
" will you taste and make proof of my felicity in person 1" The offer was accepted
1836 - 714 pages
|One scarcely knows how to be serious in the confutation of an absurdity that |
shews itself at first sight. ... it the more astonishing, it is not the taste of t&t rabble,
but of persons of the greatest politeness, which has established it. ... usances of a
much higher nature, and capable of giving the mind a much nobler entertainment
. ... Observing one person behold another, who was an utter stranger to him, with
a cast of his eye, which methought ... studying their own happiness and