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If the wages of sin are death, what else, I should like to know, is the wages of virtue?
The [Loyal] legion has taken the place of the club--the famous Cincinnati Literary Club--in my affections.... The military circles ...
Unfortunately, it is much easier to shut one's eyes to good than to evil. Pain and sorrow knock at our doors more loudly than plea ...
What we take for high-mindedness is very often no other than ambition well disguised, that scorns means interests, only to pursue ...
I did not lose my Sirian perspectives, the Sirian scope of time and space. But I was inside, too, this civilisation's view of itse ...
A happy rural seat of various view:
Groves whose rich trees wept odorous gums and balm;
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Sometimes in conversation the sound of our own voice distracts us and misleads us into making assertions that in no way express ou ...
We fear our neighbor's hostile mood because we are afraid that this mood will lead him to penetrate our secrets.
Whether in conversation we generally agree or disagree with others is largely a matter of habit: the one tendency makes as much se ...
Just as soon as we notice that someone has to force himself to pay attention when dealing and talking with us, we have a valid dem ...
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