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|The worst vice of the solitary is the worship of his food. - Connolly, Cyril Solitude |
can be used well by very few people. They who do must have a knowledge of the
world to see the foolishness of it, and enough virtue to despise all the vanity.
|My favorite time of day is to get up and eat leftovers from dinner, especially spicy |
food. David Byrne Food can become such a point of ... James Thurber The worst
vice of the solitary is the worship of his food. Cyril Connolly Wine and cheese are
|The great man is he who does not lose his child's heart. Mencius 290 BC The |
worst vice of the solitary is the worship of his food. Cyril Connolly despair
neutralizers: denial, sophistication, and bland stoicsm. I was quite downhearted.
The lack ...
|Connolly, Cyril The worst vice of the solitary is the worship of his food. - Connolly, |
Cyril The only happy talkers are dandies who extract pleasure from the very
perishability of their material and who would not be able to tolerate the isolation
|But some of the aphorisms certainly derived from his inwardly observant self. '|
Enough is not as good as a feast but not enough is better.' 'The worst vice of the
solitary is the worship of his food.' 'Privation determines our realities more than ...
|MALCOLM S. FORBES (1990) The worst vice of the solitary is the worship of his |
food. —CYRIL CONNOLLY Solitude is un-American. —ERICA JONG True
solitude is a din ofbirdsong, seething leaves, whirling colors, or a clamor of tracks
in the ...
|his son's life. Limbaugh hero-worshipped his father, and he still calls him “the |
smartest man I ever met.” Certainly he was the most ... One was put in solitary
and given no food. ... In 1956 he proudly played host to Vice President Richard M
. Nixon on his visit to southeast Missouri. ... He'd yell at Dan Rather—'They're all
typical liberals and Rather's the worst one in the bunch,' he'd say—and we'd try to
|He went forth like the first Apostles of Christ, with neither purse nor scrip, without |
money and without food. ... the fleet; his couch was a pile of ship's cordage; and
the nausea of sea-sickness, aggravated by the coarse, refuse food on which ...
latter who had forsaken their false gods were so shocked at the vices of their
masters that they returned again to the worship of idols. Despairing of reclaiming
the veterans in vice, Xavier resolved to try to rescue the children from its polluting
|though just and true in his perception, and in a certain sense complete, is not |
profound; he does not as it were picture the times to the ... is the vice of the
present age ; and is not likely to be less displayed in a professional sermon-writer
and quarterly reviewer. ... But man docs not violate nature with impunity ; the
solitary state had its passions, its infirmities, its perils. .... against whom the worst
charge, at last, was the introduction of a new aud peaceful form of worshipping
one Deity, — a ...
|... having, as he said to them, nothing less than a sovereign in his pocket, when a |
voice from the crowd shouted, " Bedad, your ... Hawthorne's love for the sea
amounted to a passionate worship ; and while I (the worst sailor probably on this
planet, ... I used to watch his dark, solitary figure under the stars, pacing up and
down some unfrequented part of the vessel, ... He observed that he had a high
opinion of hearty food, such as potted owl, with Minerva sauce, airy tongues of