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|In sonnet 30 he declares that his friend is a compensation, not merely for many |
disappointments and unrealised hopes, but also for the loss of earlier friends:
When to the sessions of sweet ... ('Who's not sat tense before his own heart's
|Those who dare peer into the forbidden zones discover chilled rooms with |
mysterious closets and corners filled with imaginary fear. It is fascinating ... James
Russell Lowell, the poet, queried, “Who's not sat tense before his own heart's
|It was the famous Rocky Balboa who said, "It's not about how hard you can hit. It's |
about how hard you can ... Courage is fearing but proceeding anyway. After all, "
Who has not sat tense before his own heart's curtain?" No one. Courage is the ...
|Who's not sat tense before his own heart's curtain?70 The soul's authentic reality |
does not appear on the stage of this world. Rilke consoles himself with the
thought that 'one can always watch', and Balthasar interprets this to mean there is
|And if we are not, it is likely to give the soul such a twist as to deform it forever.” “|
Virtue, once ... “The heart yields spontaneity; the mind bends to understanding.” “
My first wish ... “Who is not sat tense before his own heart's curtain.” “We see the ...
|No effort is spared. We don't know the contour of feeling we only know what |
molds it from without. Who hasn't sat tense before his own heart's curtain? It rose.
There was the scenery of departure. Easy to understand. The familiar garden ...
|QuotationsBook.com. Who's not sat tense before his own heart's curtain. - Rilke, |
Rainer Maria For one human being to love another: that is perhaps the most
difficult of all our tasks, the ultimate, the last test and proof, the work for which all
|Again the same phenomenon often noted before: the weakness attaching to the |
human personality. In fact it is simply ... IIl Now Rilke's train of thought takes a
new and surprising turn: Who's not sat tense before his own heart's curtain? 
|like eagerness for the dance, but the heart thrilling music of a human voice—his |
voice who had convened with her in the balcony. ... It was all a dream, a wild
sweetvision, and, when the sunshine stole through the curtains of her bedv'cha'
lhber, the ... Mr. Stewart was a grave, gentlemanly person, who had outlived
every thing like imulsive feeling, years before he ... reply, but Lucy sat with her
eyes fixed upon the carpet, and but for the mutations of her cheek, might not have