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|The American Transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson identified something |
significant when he claimed that, 'Sorrow makes us all children again'.16 Not only
do adults frequently revert to what might appear to be childlike attitudes in the
|The only life that counts is the life that costs. Frederick P. Wood You learn your |
theology most where your sorrows take you. ... Leon Bloy Sorrow makes us all
children again, destroys all differences in intellect. The wisest knows nothing.
|Emerson, Ralph Waldo Sorrow makes us children again. - Emerson, Ralph |
Waldo The only thing grief as taught me is to know how shallow it is. - Emerson,
Ralph Waldo Sorrow makes us all children again, destroys all differences of
|Sorrow. Sorrow makes us all children again. EMERSON ... One isthatthe dead |
donotwish the livingtolingerin sorrow. Rather, theywish them to graspthetruth
expressedin Giraudoux's linesreminding us thatcomfort andaneventual return to ...
|Three days later Emerson wrote in his journal, "Sorrow makes us all children |
again, destroys all differences of intellect. The wisest knows nothing."7 Death
makes us children, and for our sakes, for us who mourn, is the foolishness and
play of ...
|Sorrow makes us all children again - destroys all differences of intellect. The |
wisest know nothing. Ralph Waldo Emerson When a child dies, everyone's
attention and sympathy seems to be focused on the grieving parents and in
particular the ...
|Selecting and Training Assistance Dogs for Children with Social, Emotional, and |
Educational Challenges Patty Dobbs Gross. Raising a Dog to Help a Child Who
Suffers a Loss Sorrow makes us all children again. — Ralph Waldo Emerson ...
|'Sorrow makes us all children again.' Ralph Waldo Emerson INTRODUCTION |
This is an area that understandably causes a lot of anxiety. What to say, and how
to say it, are the two big questions for parents and teachers facing the task of ...
|3 We're all of us sentenced to solitary confinement inside our own skins for life! —|
Tennessee Williams, Orpheus ... —Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Hyperion, 1839
Sorrow makes us all children again. —Ralph Waldo Emerson, Journal, 1842 ...
|Sorrow makes us all children again. EMERSON hen people die in an accident, |
suddenly and unexpectedly, Wwim a terrible arbitrariness that seems unjust and
cruel beyond description, there seem to be very few consolations for those left ...