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It is not death, it is dying that alarms me.
If health and a fair day smile upon me, I am a
And to bring in a new word by the head and shoulders, they leave out the old one.
My life has been full of terrible misfortunes, most of which never happened.
When I was young, beautiful ancient statues were castrated, so that the
Any time and any place can be used to study: his room,
Some, either from being glued to vice by a natural attachment, or
The height and value of true virtue consists in the facility, utility,
To know much is often the cause of doubting more.
An orator of past times declared that his calling was to make
Desire and hope will push us on toward the future.
We should spread joy, but, as far as we can, repress sorrow.
All the opinions in the world point out that pleasure is our aim.
I took my morning walk, I took my evening walk, I ate
I’m passionately involved in life: I love its change, its color, its
It’s a dismally lonely business, writing.
Amazing how being bathed in arterial blood can wash out any lingering
I almost feel guilty. The physical toll is tremendous. Im exhausted and
Children at certain ages have distinct actions, and boys at certain ages have a particular way of acting too.
We now undertake that we cannot rest while millions of our people
A man who knows a thing, who is aware of a given