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|... talent that is concealed. - Erasmus, Desiderius Concealed talent brings no |
reputation. - Erasmus, Desiderius Talents go by nature not by birth. - Frederick
The Great, (Frederick II) The most gifted natures are perhaps also the most
|A person who constantly works is also entitled to rest, but one who only rests is |
entitled to a living death. Choose the ... That is why everything in nature always
looks fresh and new. ... “The most gifted natures are perhaps also the most
|Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the |
shore. - Gide, Andre The most gifted natures are perhaps also the most trembling.
- Gide, Andre No theory is good unless it permits, not rest, but the greatest work.
|Perhaps she thought to mitigate his sufferings, by giving him cause to think of her |
not with love, but resentment and disgust. This might be ... Henry Austin was the
most gifted — the most estimable — the most amiable of men. What was there in
|... of life and pretensions were much enlarged ; he here first learned the power |
over his heart with which Nature had gifted him. ... the queen took off her mask to
answer Don John's salutation in the most gracious manner, perhaps also to enjoy
the ... Vanambon was one of these ; and the far- famed beauty of Margaret of
Valois never enjoyed a more splendid triumph ... seized on his mind with a
sorrow that he could not shake off; he seemed haunted by Eglantine's pale
trembling form, ...
|His own distinctive qualities, the qualities, perhaps, of his race – keenness, |
generosity, and a sexless intellect – he placed at the ... to his restless thought that
proceeds by sophisms rather than syllogisms, to his assimilations of natures as
foreign as the ... For Joyce, the final word on Wilde can be found in DP, which is
most evidently shaped by the ethos of Catholicism. ... of Pomegranates, and then
his true soul, trembling, timid, and saddened, shines through the mantle of
|When the tried oldster drew near to his last hour, having fought the good fight and kept the faith, his heart was still young enough not to have forgotten that fear and trembling which chastened the youth, which the man indeed held in check ...|
|Nietzsche called The Gay Science "the most personal of all my books." It was here that he first proclaimed the death of God -- to which a large part of the book is devoted -- and his doctrine of the eternal recurrence.|
|Bobolink Another grassland bird, the Bobolink of northern hayfields, is one of our |
most gifted songsters. ... outbursts of metallic, gurgling notes delivered while
perched or in flight, and sometimes lasting four seconds or more. ... is as if he
touched his harp within a vase of liquid melody, and when he lifted it out, the
notes fell like bubbles from the trembling strings. ... The American Robin is
perhaps the most familiar songbird in North America, and The robin warbled forth
his full clear note ...
|And the most cautious friend of man will add: 'Not only laughter and gay wisdom |
but also the tragic, with all its sublime ... and without even troubling themselves
aboutsuch reasons afterwards: the most gifted menandthe noblest women still ...
without trembling withthe cravingand rapture of questioning, withoutatleasthating
thepersonwho questions, perhaps even ... –Forcommon natures all noble,
magnanimous feelings appear tobe inexpedient and therefore initially incredible: