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|Is he likely to go to bed with another woman? If he does, then it's the wife's fault |
because she is not trying to make him happy. - Cartland, Barbara Whatever evil a
man may think of women, there is no woman but thinks more. - Chamfort ...
|Man may aspire to virtue, but he cannot reasonably aspire to truth. Whatever evil |
a man may think of women, there is no woman but thinks more. The best
philosophical attitude to adopt towards the world is a union of the sarcasm of
gaiety with ...
|If a market is overstocked with goods, the evil will soon cure itself. ... Why. may |
not a woman, if she can be well qualified, and of that there is now no doubt,
aspire to the like remuneration 1 It is astonishing, but it ... or in a boarding house,
or in any business whatever, let her necessities be ever so great 1 But let a man
be in want, and a college is raised, ... We do not think that there is an American
women, prevalent as the levelling principle is, who would accept an office of any
kind which ...
|Let's think about how we can talk together more easily. First, there's no need to |
explain to you the reason for my pain. Since so great a friendship exists between
us and there is no woman dearer to me than you, I have long shared all my
secrets ... Say whatever you want to freely. ... For as He says, “The heart of man
thinks about his path, but the Lord moves his steps. ... about the many evils that
came to even holy women who did not marry, like you, in order to live happily, but
in order to ...
|Men or women, whatever their physical deformities may be, cannot be utterly ugly|
, except from moral and intellectual causes. ... No man can love an ugly woman ;
no woman can love an ugly man ; and if fathers and mothers can love an ugly
child, ... sublimely horrible, and infinitely more fearful to think of than the
grotesque compound of Satyr and Dragon whom we ... he may be six feet high,
and shapely as the Apollo Belvedere, but the evil spirit that is in him has set the
|Men or women, whatever their physical deformities may he, cannot be utterly ugly|
, except from moral and intel< ... No man can love an ugly woman; no woman can
love an ugly man; and if fathers and mothers can love an ugly child, it is a very ...
sublimely horrible, and infinitely mOre fearful to think of than the grotesque
compound of Satyr and Dragon whom we ... he may be six feet high, and shapely
as the Apollo Belvederc, but the evil spirit that is in him has set the indescribable
|Physicians of repute have often told me that the social whirl in which the women |
of our large cities move lessens their lives by ... THERE is, however, one point in
regard to woman's health which hygienic statistics plainly indicate and
indisputably prove, ... Various causes may be assigned, but I believe the main
cause, though perhaps not the only one, is the unhappy modern .... The greater
part of our drawing-rooms resemble museums more than anything else, and a
man is never so ...
|"But women and girls can't do anything about making laws, mother, and if men |
choose to make such laws I don't see how we ... If a young girl is going to engage
herself to be married, she can let her lover know that if he thinks nothing about
such a ... and she may be sure there can be no love that will last if people are
thinking more of each other than of what is right. ... devote much time and money
to show the evils of slavery, and that it is opposed to that law which God has
planted in ...
|In my opinion, however, I think it more reputable that at times a wife appear in |
public more richly adorned, if it so pleases her husband, than an unmarried
woman, whatever her station or lineage. A wife adorns herself for her ... For that
reason the Apostle said: ' The unmarried young girl thinks about what pertains to
the Lord, how to be holy in body and spirit. The married woman is ... I do not think
I need to advise a woman against putting on men's clothing and attire. To do so
would be a ...