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|Quotes about Sincerity from QuotationsBook.com It is best to be yourself, imperial|
, plain and true. - Browning, Robert Sincerity may be ... Cicero, Marcus T.
Sincerity is not a spontaneous flower nor is modesty either. - Colette, Sidonie
|I am not ashamed of what I have had, and I am not sad because I no longer have |
it. - Colette, Sidonie Gabrielle Look for a ... Colette, Sidonie Gabrielle Sincerity is
not a spontaneous flower nor is modesty either. - Colette, Sidonie Gabrielle The ...
Colette, Robert Phelps - 1966 - Snippet view
|Sincerity is not a spontaneous flower, nor is modesty either. Damien was the first |
to designate, in a word, my place in the scheme of things. I believe he assigned
to me the place of a spectator; he felt I should have one of those choice seats that
|There is no light, no warmth, no familiar faces . . . Thankfully, the ghastly images |
... I let them flow by with neither claim nor regret. THOUGHT FOR TODAY Only
reality is real. Sincerity is not a spontaneous flower, nor is modesty either. JUNE
|Perhaps, we poets of this age pay her—-we must not say too muc homage—but |
too much tribute—as if she exacted it—whereas it ought all to be a free-will
offering, spontaneous as the flower-growth of the hills. ... na , even hypocrites; for
all moods 0 mind are partly hypocritical that are not thoroughly sincere-and truth
abhors exaggeration. ... or fowls without wings, unable either to swim or fly, and
yet too conceited to use their feet like either walking, creeping,0r crawling
|"At present," he writes to Coleridge, "I have not leisure to write verses, nor |
anything approaching to a fondness for the ... For Lamb, with his perfect sincerity,
his deliberate and quite natural simplicity, and with all that strange tragic material
... seems either too downright or too deliberate. ... spontaneous from the heart,
and carries into daylight its own modest buds and genuine, sweet, and clear
flowers of ...
|whom, at some doubtful future date, Lord Salisbury, or his successor, may advise |
the Sovereign to send for. ... fraternisation is probably never more spontaneous
between foreigners than when Englishmen and Italians are brought into contact.
Hence, the outlook in Italy is of peculiar interest to us, and no other expressions
of regret are like to be so sincere as ... The flower of her army was put to
ignominious -confusion by the half-savage hordes of Menelik, and even Austria,
which of ...
|Those who knew him only by his writings could not iail to be impressed by his |
love of truth, his sincerity, his ... well to record the unvarying gentleness and
modesty which marked the daily life of one whom we must ever regard among
the ... and more or loss monkey-like ancestor; as a matter of fact, Darwin was not
the originator of either of these two cardinal ideas. ... who flock to that sunny
winter resort and wish to know something about the many delightful flowers to be
met with there.
|801.63 R. and B. 7.1785 Married, but marry never, no, nor give 802.11 R. and B. |
7.1813 Ah, my Oiacinto, he's no ruddy ... up the hour-glass, whence no sand-
grain slips 803.16 R. and B. 8.59 Who pluck this flower o' the field, no Solomon .
... 806.31 R. and B. 8.336 No marvel either ... 340 But no, -we'll take it as
spontaneously 806.45 R. and B. 8.350 Bear pain no better! ... The modesty was
in alarm, 818.22 R. and B. S.1406 Precipitate no minim of the mass 818.51 R.
and B. 10.1435 In ...
|Ilowover slight the intention, however modest ... so much beauty as he percelveB, |
gives to his work the peculiar attraction of a perfectly spontaneous performance.
... Remembering how often flowers have received a very different interpretation in
art. ft Is impossible not to feel the fascination ... artificiality, worthless from the
point of view of either Nature or art, which has so often done duty for flower-