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John Henry Barrow - 1831
|Sir, I will not enter into the history of past Parliaments ; but there is one principle |
which all . ... But can it be denied by any man who is conversant with
Parliamentary history, that abuses have frequently been habitually ... Sir, there is
no evil so great, as has been well said by the Right Honourable Member for
Windsor, there is nothing so calculated to ... in Parliament, in requiring which
so great a multitude concur, is one of those points on which delay ought no
longer to be permitted ?
G. P. Fedotov - 2003 - 528 pages
|If God will allow a misfortune to befall me, I shall not escape it; even though I fear |
it, it will nevertheless overtake me. ... then even if all the Devils and all Evil Men
and the entire world should rise against me, they can do nothing to me, ...
Wretched and poor is the man who does not fear God, for such a man is afraid of
everything: there does he tremble for fear, ... Receive it, beloved, and fortify your
heart with hope in God. m My friend and brother in Christ: Once more my St.
|Pondered the subjects of four tragedies to be written (life and circumstances |
permitting), to wit, Sardanapalus, already begun ... therefore, I am not sure that
Fear is not a pleasurable sensation; at least, Hope is ; and what Hope is there
without a deep ... It does not make men belter or wiser. ... I feel most things, but I
know nothing, except u Thought for a speech of Lucifer, in t/ie
tragedy of Cain: ...
|"When Aeitjen saw her acquaintance, she said to him : Cousin, have you come to |
visit us once more? we hope, in half an hour, ... As they came upon the Meuse
bridge, there spread many reports among the common people in regard to this ...
To this they replied : "God has nothing to do with you ; yon are a child of the devil
; the devil has you by the neck ; he will make you ... Thus I am ready, and would
rather suffer to-day than to-morrow ; I will not fear man who is mortal; but I will
|Do not fear, he does not tempt unless he has been permitted; it is certain that he |
does nothing unless permitted or sent. He is sent as an ... God, being angry that
the devil has part there, departs, and the devil will possess the whole. Not in vain
|It is my hope that you will permit me to live. ... "I am now well aware of that, Master|
," she said. "I did not know it at the time, however." I said nothing. "My behavior ...
"Yes, Master," she said, "an sometimes we fear it terribly, the uncertainty and the
terrors of it, knowing that men can do with us what they please, but these things ...
|There is hope that with the comforts of home he will recover. ... There is great |
demoralization of the paroled men here. ... permission; they having started home,
while others have been home and returned, and nothing said or done about it. ...
battle field feel that their country does not appreciate their services, when it
refuses to permit them to see their friends when there is ... For Clara I have not
|One can feel great veneration, great respect, for persons and objects worthy of |
respectrwithout being a worshipper. ... This fact is' comprehended by princes, (I
shall often here permit myself to make philosophical reflections, which I hope will
not be taken in a bad sense,) who ... He who respects nothing, immolates all to
his passions and his interests, and is a bad man. ... This organ is also aided by
kindness, by the affections, by fear, by self-esteem, which is greatly exalted in him
|But will there not come a time of screaming, she asked, "a time of rage, of lifting |
of the knife? ... Let us hope not. ... I said nothing. If you will not be a man, she
asked, how can she be a woman? Do you think that a woman is a slave? ... Did
I fear I would be unable to control and tame, and make mine, such a sinuous,
beautiful animal? ... If they were not permitted to do this, how could they respect
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka - 2000 - 280 pages
|... then the magic is gone, the wonderment forgotten, there is nothing left at which |
to wonder" (K10 126, my emphasis - ACC). ... 13 But the accent does not fall on
bliss or hope, but on fear, as it cannot be allowed at all that the individual "leaves
out ... as a condition of the "spirit": "There are very few people who live even to a
certain extent under the determination spirit (. ... Praesumptio corresponds to
Kierkegaard's "spiritless security" or a "feeling of security" which does not allow
fear to ...