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" Wo are in such haste to be doing, to be writing, to be gathering gear, to make our voice audible a moment in the derisive silence of eternity, that we forget that one thing, of which these are but the parts — namely, to live. "
The Cornhill Magazine - Stran 683
uredili: - 1876
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The Iliad of Homer

Homer - 1884 - 500 strani
...serious, and I thank my correspondent for calling attention to it. Robert Louis Stevenson wrote: "We are in such haste to be doing, to be writing, to be...in the derisive silence of eternity, that we forget the one thing of which these are but parts—namely, to live." Too much effort in the business of getting...
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The Pocket R.L.S.: Being Favourite Passages from the Works of Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1914 - 217 strani
...world for most of us, when we find we can pass the hours without discontent, and be happy thinking. We are in such haste to be doing, to be writing, to be...to live. We fall in love, we drink hard, we run to anoT fro upon the earth like frightened sheep. And now you are to ask yourself if, when all is done,...
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A Course in Expository Writing

Gertrude Buck, Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris - 1899 - 312 strani
...world for most of us, when we find we can pass the hours without discontent, and be happy thinking. We are in such haste to be doing, to be writing, to be...forget that one thing, of which these are but the parts—namely, to live. We fall in love, we drink hard, we run to and fro upon the earth like frightened...
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Stevenson's Attitude to Life: With Readings from His Essays and Letters

John Franklin Genung - 1901 - 43 strani
...the worry, and let ourselves enjoy. "We are in such haste," he says in his essay on Walking Tours, "to be doing, to be writing, to be gathering gear,...— namely, to live. We fall in love, we drink hard, weT uri'to and fro upon the earth like frightened sheep. And now you are to ask yourself if, when all...
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The Faith of Robert Louis Stevenson

John Kelman - 1903 - 301 strani
...vitality, that he advocated idling. People who cannot idle miss something of the meaning of life. 'We are in such haste to be doing, to be writing, to be...derisive silence of eternity, that we forget that one tiling, of which these are but the parts — namely, to live.' To such persons 'something to do ' has...
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The Wisdom of Robert Louis Stevenson: Collected and Arranged from His Writings

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1906 - 274 strani
...for most of us, •when we find we can pass the hours without ; discontent, and be happy thinking. We are in such haste to be doing, to be writing, to be...thing, of which these are but the parts — namely, to liy^. We fall in love, we drink hard, we run to and fro upon the earth like frightened sheep. And now...
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Virginibus Puerisque, and Other Papers

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1904 - 278 strani
...world for most of us, when we find we can pass the hours without discontent, and be happy thinking. We are in such haste to be doing, to be writing, to be...forget that one thing, of which these are but the parts—namely, to live. We fall in love, we drink hard, we run to and fro upon the earth like frightened...
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Indian Summer Calendar

Kate Sanborn - 1904 - 8 strani
...is in mind, as fresh as a child? Sir John Lubbock. WE are in such haste to be doing, to be writing, to make our voice audible a moment in the derisive...of which these are but the parts, namely, to live. After all, it is not they who carry flags, but they who look upon it from a private chamber, who have...
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Concerning the Van Bunschoten Or Van Benschoten Family in America: A ...

William Henry Van Benschoten - 1907 - 813 strani
...gear, to make our voices audible for a moment in the derisive silence of eternity." declares Stevenson, "that we forget that one thing of which these are but the parts, namely, to live." "Sound all the stops of life with tuneful pause," urges the great dramatist. And Stevenson again :...
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The Theory of Beauty

Edgar Frederick Carritt - 1914 - 304 strani
...Stevenson in his essay on Walking Tours seems to sum up the theory even better than its author had done : " We fall in love, we drink hard, we run to and fro upon 1 Cf. Plato, Phadrvs, 251, 254. the earth like frightened sheep. And now you are to ask yourself if,...
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