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|What we feel for each other is our fuel . Without those, we are machines, but we |
are machines clattering away toward death . And I cannot feel a thing . II. “The
simple lack of her is more to me than others' presence.” — Edward Thomas I
|"The simple lack of her is more to me than others' presence." — Edward Thomas I |
have watched her sleeping, when the shadows from the trees outside our
window danced intricate patterns on her face. I have watched her laughing,
|The simple lack Of her is more to me Than others' presence, Whether life |
splendid be Or utter black. I have not seen, 1 have no news of her; I can tell only
She is not here, but there She might have been. She is to be kissed Only perhaps
by me; ...
|Speak to me! Confirm that I am important, that I matter!! - Hanks, Marion D. The |
things which are most important don't ... Bertrand Much Ado About Nothing, -
Shakespeare, William The simple lack of her is more to me than others presence.
|She had more presence than everyone else combined. Suddenly she lifted her |
head and glanced around the park. ... I knew, she was in front of me. I felt stunned
. There stood the European beauty who had swept me off my wheels. A simple “hi
! ... My excess of self- effacement toward her was proportional to my lack of self-
confidence, particularly as regards my physique. ... Of course there are ventures
that are more legitimate and promising than others, and hence more worthy of
|In “Traveling to Opal” Rekdal leaves her new hometown of Atlanta in the mid-|
1990s for Natchez, Mississippi, looking ... These are the bare facts that Rekdal
weaves into the essay, but her depiction of her trip to Natchez is more than a
simple recording ... traveler, Rekdal describes sideways glances and hard stares,
noting that “more than a few looks get shot at me, the ... “Asian” other but being
someone who is not local to a southern locale, as demonstrated through her lack
of southern ...
|Others might be called good breeding—or perhaps the lack of it. ... From acting |
this way in her presence he is likely to contract the habit of desiring to conduct
himself at all times in this manner. ... She also, like the boy, has one of the
opposite sex who appeals to her just a little bit more at least. than the rest of the
boys whom she ... The answer to both questions is a simple one—be modest. ...
Let me tell you of some things which I call immodest and see if you are guilty of
any of them.
|London was empty, therefore her engagements, although Parliament was sitting, |
were few, andhe believed if Mrs. Raymount ... desire to boast my friends to my
relatives that makes me venture what to other eyes than yours might well seem
an arrogance. If you havenotroom for us,or if our presence would spoil your
Christmas party, do not hesitate to put us off, I beg. ... He had not yet believed that
to do right is more to do for the regeneration of the world than any quality or
amount of ...
|It was an immediate indicator to me to look for other problems. ... Subsequently |
our client had a private conversation with her associate and pointed out his lack
of consideration. ... The etiquette of smoking today is simple. ... It used to be a
shared experience — a meeting over a cup of coffee and a cigarette — but no
more. ... For nonsmoking individuals who especially dislike cigars, it is hard to
imagine a worse night than being in a smoked-filled room that is saturating their
|An Analysis of Her Diaries and Letters Meins G. S. Coetsier. Hillesum out of “|
submergence” (ŕ l'immersion), was not a simple “echo of possession” (écho de la
possession).182 ... This event is the relation with the Other who welcomes me in
the Home, the discreet presence of the Feminine.183 ... She noted down Spier's
thoughts, for instance, on the way man should relate to others, that is, not in “
superiority over others”: if someone can look further than others [andere], thanks
to more ...