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|As Dag Hammarskjold prophesied in his manuscript Mar/rings (which he left |
behind after his death), “Time goes by: reputation increases, ability declines.” Is it
possible fear and suspicion have destroyed our ability to relate to each other, ...
Bill Swainson - 2000 - 1319 pages
|Markings (Leif Sjoberg and W. H. Auden, In.; 1964) 8 Time goes by: reputation |
increases, ability declines. Markings (Leif Sjoberg and W. H. Auden, rrs.; 1964) 9
You are your own god — and are surprised when you find that the wolf-pack is ...
Connie Robertson - 1998 - 669 pages
|4401 Time goes by: reputation increases, ability declines. HAMMERSTEIN II |
Oscar 1895-1960 4402 Do you love me because I'm beautiful, or am 1 beautiful
because you love me? 4403 Lady Be Good The last time I saw Paris Her heart
|The question of the meaning and purpose of his gifts, his 'talents' was also asked |
repeatedly; his career was not enough: 'Time goes by: reputation increases,
ability declines' (Markings 1950: 17, 41). He accuses himself of ambitiousness ...
|... criminal rather than the victim What men want is not knowledge, but certainty |
Time goes by, reputation increases, ability declines It is playing safe that we
create a world of utmost insecurity Praise those of your critics for whom nothing is
up to ...
|Time goes by: reputation increases, ability declines. There is a profound causal |
relation between the height of a man's ambition and the depth of his possible fall.
How humble the tool when praised for what the hand has done. Praise those of ...
|... Markings one finds the following phrase: "Time goes on; reputation increases, |
ability declines."1 The decline of ability and the concomitant social psychological
conditions have generated the one great controversy in gerontological literature.
|The time of business does not with me differ from the time of prayer; and in the |
noise and clatter of my kitchen, while several persons are at the same time
calling for different things, ... Time goes by; reputation increases, ability declines'.
|Time goes by, reputation increases, ability declines. Sleep is the way of energy |
silenced. A beautiful girl, tall, slender, and Swedish I* washed ashore beyond all
human Nakedness; in Rome Sergio was tired of Living; Ruth Copeland died of
|Time goes by, reputation increases, ability declines. - Hammarskjold, Dag The |
great difficulty is first to win a reputation; the next to keep it while you live; and the
next to preserve it after you die, when affection and interest are over, and nothing