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|The man who loves not graves and coffins and skulls. ... I don't think I ever |
remember to have seen Moulsey Lock, before, with only one boat in it. It is, I
suppose, Boulter's not even excepted, the busiest lock on the river. I have ...
Yellows don't suit him: there can be no question about it. ... with white or cream
for relief; but, there! the less taste a person has in dress, the more obstinate he
always seems to be.
|The ground of the soul is no "thing"; it belongs to no "class" of things, and has |
nothing to do with any kind of "specific difference." Indeed, "it ... Thus, for
Heidegger, Dasein is the very being of man by which he is always and from the
start related to Being. Dasein is not ... And the busier he becomes the more likely
he is to "forget" the hidden, silent ground of the soul, where "nothing" is
happening. For the ...
|That you cannot l paper of another man, can hardly endure the sight of avoid, no |
more than a stage-coach can avoid the toll- , his own. ... Five minutes from such a
person is a greater acquisition than a whole day from one who has only a little to
do. A late eminent writer, who used to publish two or three novels every year, and
was reputed to be one of the busiest of men, informed me that scarcely a ... Even
supposing you avoid being boarded for a year at a time, he is always sure, you.
|... can very easily do something else during the remaining hours: indeed, the |
recreation ofthe weary man is apt to be busier than ... It is not in general those
whom wealth has placed at ease, but the class of well employed traders and
manufacturers, who, ... If he really wishes to do any good thing, he will always
find time for it, by properly arranging his other employments. ... The female part of
the affluent world are often found to be actively benevolent; and nothing can be
|Perhaps he has nobody about him but the individual whom he calls his old |
woman ; or possibly he never had any wife or ... himself, whom he is rather glad
to see than otherwise, as they are always willing to have a little chat with him
about the news of the day. ... Speaking is of course against the rules ; but then
who can challenge the old gentlemen ? ... What enormous bargains in reading
and ordering the old fellows take for their subscriptions, while younger and busier
men look in ...
|People are always saying to themselves, " I would do this, and I would do that, if I |
had leisure. ... the public in some useful way; but the man who has all his time to
dispose of as he pleases, has but a poor chance, indeed, of doing so. ... purpose,
than for the man who does little or nothing to put himself into motion for the same
end. ... very easily do something else during the remaining hours : indeed, the
recreation of the weary man is apt to be busier than the perpetual leisure of the
|Men of this class, however crowded with business, are always found capable of |
doing a little more, and you can rely upon them in their busiest season with ten
times more assurance than upon the idle man. Give a busy man five minutes ...
The men who do the greatest things in this world have the genius for hard work,
the most desirable kind of genius. Most persons, to achieve ... The poor man is
hourly beset by temptations which the rich man knows nothing of. Poverty is a
|Whatever you think, you are a man have ideas, you know better than us; you |
know what to do in circumstances like this Saratu ... Whatever a man is made of
he's always better and above a woman when it comes to certain situations,
Saratu added. ... Bindul gave each of them a swift glance, but says nothing as he
only smiled with laughter hovering around his face. ... It's always a busiest day as
the popularly one of the economic nerve of the state was never without people
engaging in ...
|Till Smith proclaimed with courage meet, “Who does not work shall nothing eat,” |
Then straightway all began to hoe And in the furrows seed to sow. ... L. Bird Mock
. tj if Many a man never knows what he wants till he can't get it. ' Never hit a man
... Things don't always pan out. Many a young man of promise has developed a
breach of promise suit. ... The busiest men in the world are the greatest readers.
|ularly since Freud's theories of psychoanalysis hit the world, 'the subconscious' |
has become part of popular language and culture, ... Which brings us to Ad
Reinhardt and his black squares, that attempt to show us what we can't see. ...
Reinhardt, though, stuck to his philosophy of painting: “The more stuff in it, the
busier the work of art, the worse it is. ... to those of John Cage, Ad Reinhart wrote
that “an artist-as-artist has always nothing to say, and he must say this over and
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