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|—M.D. 3612. Quo fata trahunt retrahuntque, sequamur. Vir. — " Wherever the |
fates lead us, let us follow." Let us ever confide in the goodness and protection of
Providence, and patiently submit to her decrees. —M.D. 3613. Quo fata vocant.
|FATE. 523 FALSITY. Solent mendaces lucre poenas maleficii. Liars generally |
pay the penalty of their guilt. a. Phmdbus. ... The fates lead the willing, and drag
the unwilling. 71. Horace. ... Wherever the fates lead us let us follow. </. Viboil.
|FALSITY. FATE. FALSITY. Solent mendaces luere pcenas maleflcil. Liars |
generally pay the penalty of their gnilt. a. Ршышся. ... The fates lead the willing,
and drag the unwilling. n. HORACE ... Wherever the fates lead us let us follow. y.
|He, to whom what Providence has bestowed is sufficient, let him wish for nothing |
more." Let him be contented, ... What I have once uttered, let it be fixed and
immutable." Quod si deficiant ... Wherever the fates lead us, let us follow." Let us
|Nothing indeed remains for me but that I should hang myself. TERENCE — |
Phormio. TV. 4. 5. 8 Dare fatis vela. To give the sails to fate. VERGIL— sEneid. III.
9. 9 Quo fata trahunt retrahuntque sequamur. Wherever the fates lead us let us
|This day we fashion destiny, our web of fate we spin.—Whittier. Heaven from all |
creatures hides the book of fate.—Pope. When fate summons, monarchs must
obey.—Dryden. Wherever the fates lead us let us follow.—Virgil. Man blindly
|... not disturb things at rest (i.e., let sleeping dogs lie) quiete ci pure atque |
eleganter actae aatatis placida et lenis recordatio: ... of his own past) (Virgil) quo
Fata trahunt retrahuntque, sequamur: let us follow the Fates wherever they may
lead us, ...
|... this is the work of mankind. - Virgil Fame hides her head among the clouds. - |
Virgil Our fate, whatever it is to be, will be overcome by patience under it. - Virgil
Wherever the fates lead us let us follow. - Virgil Fear is proof of a degenerate
|Heidegger, Derrida and the Fate of Deconstruction Ashok Kara ... we must enter |
the abyss and place our selves on the same journey, follow the path wherever his
footsteps lead us. ... We will soon see what this inheritance signifies, but for the
moment let us remark the context of this bequest, and this is the Sophist. That is ...
|Thus fate has ordained that nothing shall remain long in the same state ; and |
what are all these transportations of people, but so many public exiles? ... men
can enjoy, and which, we are sure, will follow us wherever we turn our steps, the
same nature, and our proper virtue. ... Let us march therefore intrepidly wherever
we are led by the course of human accidents. Wherever they lead us, on what
coast soever we are thrown by them, we shall not find ourselves absolutely