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I pretend not to teach, but to inquire.
Men’s happiness or misery is [for the] most part of their own making.
This is that which I think great readers are apt to be
Had you or I been born at the Bay of Soldania, possibly
Beating is the worst, and therefore the last means to be us’d
A young man before he leaves the shelter of his father’s house,
How long have you been holding those words in your head, hoping to use them?
Till a man can judge whether they be truths or not
These two, I say, viz. external material things, as the objects of
Though the water running in the fountain be every ones, yet who
The improvement of understanding is for two ends: first, our own increase of knowledge
All wealth is the product of labor.
Those are not at all to be tolerated who deny the being
Everyone needs a certain amount of money. Beyond that, we pursue money because
The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you
Daniel had ruined that couple’s life. Killed their daughter. All because
But the challenge is always the same whether each generation facing its
Whether they give or refuse, it delights women just the same to have been asked.
I believe in human rights for everyone, and none of us is
Think your little jokes’ll help you on your deathbed?” she jeered. “Jokes?
I like it when you’re under the ocean, and all you can feel is calm