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|Corneille, Pierre To conquer without danger is to conquer without glory. ... Ellis, |
Havelock One ought never to turn one's back on a threatened danger and try to
run away from it. ... Emerson, Ralph Waldo The most dangerous thing is illusion.
|When you intend things with a lot of passion this tends to make severe torment |
come on to you even faster, the deeper ... The danger of want and desire is
mainly that they are illusions, and the most dangerous thing about these illusions
is that ...
|"The most dangerous thing about you, Stanleigh," her mother had once stated, "is |
your capacity for caring. It's a weapon you use primarily against yourself, to
calamitous effect." Years ago, when her mother said this, Leigh had laughed.
Now it ...
|This is not the most dangerous thing I've done . . . even today.” “Is that supposed |
to be comforting?” “Yeah, it sounded better in my head than coming out of my
mouth.” Nick moved forward to hug Cher- ise and kiss her cheek. “Don't worry, I'm
|The most dangerous thing is to churn outwit all alone in a corner.' 'But the |
insolence of the man!' said Lucien. 'Pooh! We all make fun of Dauriat. You need
him and he tramples on you; but he needs the Journal des Débats, and Emile
Honore de Balzac, Ellen Marriage (Translator) - 2009 - 481 pages
|You must know people if you mean to get on nowadays.--It is all luck, you see. |
And as for sitting by yourself in a corner alone with your intellect, it is the most
dangerous thing of all." "But what insolence!" said Lucien. "Pshaw! we all of us
|We all knew when things went well and when they didn't. Nobody goofed ... |
Diving is most dangerous when we forget how dangerous it is. And it's easy to
forget. ... The better the equipment works, the better the illusion. And the better
|A general consciousness of illusion has taken over from the reality of both. ... The |
most dangerous thing about any utterance, in this movement, is that it creates the
possibility of communication, which is already known to be an illusion.The total ...
|... change, between tradition and criticism, is a condition of human life — a thing |
its enemies are seldom prepared to admit. ... arises one of the most dangerous
illusions of our civilization — the illusion that there are no limits to the changes
|... perhaps you are right. I'll leave you now, and trust that you will not leave the |
house. Have your supper, and get a good night's rest.” The evening would be the
most dangerous time, she knew, for Geoffrey could arrive at any moment. As the.