„For him who loves labor, there is always something to do.“

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Hasonló idézetek

Eugene V. Debs fénykép
Gabriel García Márquez fénykép

„There is always something left to love.“

—  Gabriel García Márquez, könyv Száz év magány

Forrás: One Hundred Years of Solitude

Samuel R. Delany fénykép
Philippa Gregory fénykép
Giraut de Bornelh fénykép

„He was the best troubadour of those who lived before him or came after him, and for that reason was called the master of the troubadours, a title which is still applied to him in the opinion of those who know something about poetry and love.“

—  Giraut de Bornelh French writer 1138 - 1220

Anonymous 13th century Provençal biographer of Guiraut de Bornelh, cited from H. J. Chaytor The Troubadours of Dante (1902) pp. 29-30; translation from The Catholic Encyclopedia (1909) vol. 6. http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06570b.htm
Criticism
Eredeti: (oc) E fo meiller trobaire que negus d'aquels qu'eron estat denan ni foron après lui; per que fo apellatz maestre dels trobadors, et es ancar per totz aquels que ben entendon subtils ditz ni ben pauzatz d'amor e de sen.

Lorrie Moore fénykép
Margaret Mitchell fénykép
Will Rogers fénykép
Elizabeth of the Trinity fénykép

„Because I love My Father, I do always the things that are pleasing to Him.“

—  Elizabeth of the Trinity French Carmelite nun and mystic 1880 - 1906

Thus spoke our holy Master, and every soul who wants to live close to Him must also live this maxim. The divine good pleasure must be its food, its daily bread; it must let itself be immolated by all the Father's wishes in the likeness of His adored Christ. Each incident, each event, each suffering, as well as each joy, is a sacrament which gives God to it; so it no longer makes a distinction between these things; it surmounts them, goes beyond them to rest in its Master, above all things.

Third Day, 10
Heaven in Faith (1906)

Kim Harrison fénykép
Stephen King fénykép

„There’s always someone who knows something.“

—  Stephen King, könyv Hearts in Atlantis

Forrás: Hearts in Atlantis

Henry David Thoreau fénykép
Simone de Beauvoir fénykép
Bill Hybels fénykép
John Connolly fénykép
James Branch Cabell fénykép

„Thus he labors, and loudly they jeer at him; — That is, when they remember he still exists. Who. you ask, is this fellow?“

—  James Branch Cabell American author 1879 - 1958

What matter names?
He is only a scribbler who is content.
"Auctorial Induction"
The Certain Hour (1916)

Thomas Chalmers fénykép

„The grand essentials of life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for“

—  Thomas Chalmers Scottish mathematician and a leader of the Free Church of Scotland 1780 - 1847

actually a quote from The Sphere and Duties of Woman: A Course of Lectures by George Washington Burnap (1848) (p.99 Lecture IV)
Misattributed

Joseph Addison fénykép

„The grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love and something to hope for.“

—  Joseph Addison politician, writer and playwright 1672 - 1719

Widely quoted as an Addison maxim this is actually by the American clergyman George Washington Burnap (1802-1859), published in Burnap's The Sphere and Duties of Woman : A Course of Lectures (1848), Lecture IV.
Misattributed

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