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|Krishnamurti, Jiddu If we make our goal to live a life of compassion and |
unconditional love, then the world will indeed become a garden where all kinds
of flowers can ... La Bruyere, Jean De There are three stages in a person's life,
birth, their life and death. They are not conscious of birth submit to death and
forget to live.
|La Bruyere, Jean De They that have lived a single day have lived an age. - La |
Bruyere, Jean De There are three stages in a person's life, birth, their life and
death. They are not conscious of birth submit to death and forget to live. - La
George William Foote, Edward Bibbins Aveling, J. M. Wheeler - 1898
|The popular orthodox notion is, that death is the result of sin which was said to |
have been committed by Adam and Eve in ... and where this knowledge of the
right, this consciousness of wrong-doing, does not exist, then, unquestionably,
there may ... Besides, we submit that no act can be rightfully -egarded as being
sinful if the actor is compelled to per- it through the force ... They came into
existence, played their brief part on life's stage, and passed away, not simply in
individuals, but in ...
Leonard Bacon, Joseph Parrish Thompson, Henry Ward Beecher - 1889
|In thus learning the true meaning of liberty, man comes to know three phases of |
moral and social life. There is first the person, the individual, en whose self-
conscious. self-determined being God has set the mint-mark of his own image ...
And it is not until men come thus into social relations with other men under the
sway of justice, of moral law, that they can .... of them of value, but too many of
them worthless from their inception—and if enacted, obsolescent from the hour of
|Everybody likes to do Sood, but not one in a hundred finds this out. lultitudes |
think they like to do evil ; yet no man ever really ... At one time he is rejoicing over
the birth of his first grand-daughter, and at another showing an earnest regard ...
In the earlier stages of the fever the sufferer bravely battled with it, but he could
neither sleep nor take food, andhence the ... even on December 14th, the day of
his death, he appeared much better, and " there was ground to hope the crisis
Francis Ellingwood Abbot, William James Potter, Benjamin Franklin Underwood - 1877
|[Mem. I., 3, 6.] "He proved himself even a better friend to temperance by his life |
than by his words. For he was not only superior ... one does but set up a master
over himself, and submit to a slavery than which there is no slavery more
disgraceful. ... Laert. ii., 27.1 But it is the character of Socrates, as shown in his life
and death, rather than his saying* and thoughts, .... a young Athenian of high
birth, great wealth, and brilliant talents, who was a pupil and ardent friend of
Socrates, was his ...
|There had been an unbroken interval of sultry weather—no rain, no wind, no |
clouds—only endless sunshine. ... They would drive her mad. ... She
remembered how the joy-bells had haunted her ears on Rorie's twenty-first
birthday—that day which had ended so hit terly, in the ... Look at that cow in your
orchard, her dull placid life, inofl'ensive, useful, asking .... To have loved thus, and
died thus, seemed a higher destiny than to do right, and patiently conquer sorrow
, and live on ...
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dollars and fifty cents per Agate line on ... I am curious to know whether a woman
into whose life Ix»ve has never entered can ever have been what I should call
happy. ... Hardly, for the very most loving people who ever lived are not quite one,
to begin with, and they must learn to live together ... that the bitter herbs of dead
love and out-worn friendship will no longer be offered to her ever-hungry heart;
that at last ...
|gallant bearing and humane spirit fix the attention of the reader ; and his death |
Bernardo Tasso, a poet whose fame has been ... They would continue as before,
and the sun would rise and set, and l»"»Uhi 'ty of the poetic temperament His
frequent ... It is not precisely known how the duke became aware of Tasso's
passion for the lady Leonora ; but the knowledge ... poem and his fame ; still less
could he pardon the presumption he was guilly of in falling in love with a lady of
royal birth, ...