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|Woman to Woman...Heart to Heart Lisa Hammond. “If we weren't all crazy, we'd |
just go insane.” Jimmy Buffett. singer, songwriter “The world thinks eccentricity in
great things is genius, but in small things, only crazy.” Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton, ...
|Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. We should so provide for old age that it may have no |
urgent wants of this world to absorb it from ... Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. The world
thinks eccentricity in great things is genius, but in small things, only crazy.
|The present is bright, but it is nothing to the brilliancy of the future; and all the |
delightful feelings of our nature unfold ... Our mind. once filled only with soft
dreams and undisturbed affections, is now thronged with spectral doubts and
fierce and ... crazy with the \ influence of a morbid imagination, plunges into the
unfathomable abyss ofmetaphysical conjecture. ... The world considers
eccentricity, in great things, genius; in small things, folly. ... The reason is, we
think, sufficiently obvious.
|The world considers eccentricity, in great things, genius; in small things, folly. |
Remember that none but those whose courage is unquestionable can venture to
be efletninate. It was only in the field that the Lacedemonians were accustomed
|From which one may gather that genius has its privileges as well as its penalties. |
... Of course melody existed in the world in prehistoric ages, and even the
paleolithic man who has left traces of his taste in drawing, ... The formulation of
the laws of the intervals was the first great step toward their intelligent use. .... as
stated in this article, have reference not only to the age when they were enjoined,
but, other things equal, to all ages. ... In this hole is another woman, who is old
|THE lot of the great composers has been, as a general thing, one of trial and |
sometimes of want. ... And not only did they have that kind of genius ... but it does
almost seem that these two things must be found in conjunction to produce a
great composer, so frequently has it been the case. ... Had he given up the battle
when a. boy living virtually on charity, or when an eccentric student in Vienna, or
|The crowd seemed disposed, as 1 judged by the vituperations that \ were |
directed against Macer, to interfere, but were ... I should think Varus might
recognise Macer. ... Can any one here say that this man U not crazy or drunk V '"
Varus! .... that he still has " Free commune with the choir that cannot die, Science
and sons; delight in little things ; The buoyant child .... All which is not only a great
luxury, but a very considerable matter of economy — as all housekeepers very
well know, who ...
|But when I had to design for them, I pretended I was one and tried to think what I'|
d like." "Genius!" said Mr. Wynant. "But you should have told me. Then I would
have understood — eccentricities of genius — stories about ties and things .
|They built empires, smashed armies, and ravaged civilizations for wealth, glory, and ultimate supremacy. Sometimes villains, sometimes heroes, sometimes criminally insane, they had one thing in common: They were all . . . Badass!|