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|Virginia Woolf If you live long enough with the lame, you will find yourself walking |
with a limp.... — Anonymous The ... Marcus Aurelius We forfeit three-quarters of
ourselves in order to be like other people.... — Arthur Schopenhauer He who ...
|Consistent personal excellence We forfeit three quarters of ourselves in order to |
be like other people. Arthur Schopenhauer The word 'essential' can apply to
people and objects, and even to abstract things, such as intelligence or ideas.
2008 - 136 pages
|Arthur Schopenhauer Wealth is like sea-water; the more we drink, the thirstier we |
become; and the same is true of fame. Arthur Schopenhauer We forfeit three-
quarters of ourselves in order to be like other people. Arthur Schopenhauer The ...
|Schopenhauer, Arthur We forfeit three-quarters of ourselves in order to be like |
other people. - Schopenhauer, Arthur No one can transcend their own
individuality. - Schopenhauer, Arthur Nature shows that with the growth of
intelligence comes ...
|We forfeit three-fourths of ourselves in order to be like other people. —Arthur |
Schopenhauer It is not that we have to change much to live our life plan—merely
our attitude. Then we need to be courageous with any changes that may present
|We stood tall for the testimony of the Lord, even if we were the only ones doing so|
. I remember telling myself that I m ight ... II Corinthians 6: 17 "We forfeit three-
fourths of ourselves in order to be like other people." Arthur Schopenhauer Being
|So-called good society recognizes every kind of claim but that of intellect, which |
is a contraband article; and people ... This demands an act of severe self-denial;
we have to forfeit three-fourths of ourselves in order to become like other people.
Arthur Schopenhauer - 1966 - 694 pages
|The German philosopher explains his thoughts about intellectual perception and abstract representation and critically analyzes Kant's ideas and teachings. Bibliogs.|
|... having been burnt down, the fathers made a gathering, and I gave them, upon |
the exchange, three quarters of a moidore. ... with a request that we would make
a purse among ourselves, in order to set him up again, and thereby enable him to
... pay the quarter of a moidore ; such as utter any other oath, or pronounce
obscene words, forfeit a new crusade ;48 all ... the last-mentioned was not a
Freemason ; and that the Brethren assisted indiscriminately all sorts of people,
|It is only by imitating the vices of others that I have earned my misfortunes. - Sade|
, Marquis De Posterity weaves no garlands for imitators. - Schiller, Johann
Friedrich Von We forfeit three-quarters of ourselves in order to be like other