The same strong susceptibilities which make the personal impulses vivid and powerful, are also the source from whence are generated the most passionate love of virtue, and the sternest self-control.
That was my first idea on observing an elf-locked, brown-eyed boy setting his ruddy countenance against the bars.
I crawled out of my shelf into the cover of a boulder, and from it gained a shallow trench which slanted up the mountain face.
THE FOX AND THE CATIt happened that the cat met the fox in a forest, and as she thought to herself: ‘He is clever and full of experience, and much esteemed in the world,’ she spoke to him in a friendly way. ‘
He said, “my discourse was all very strange, but especially thelast part; for he could not understand, why nature should teach usto conceal what nature had given; that neither himself nor familywere ashamed of any parts of their bodies; but, however, I might doas I pleased.”
Your doctor hisself said one glass wouldn't hurt me.
Some sense of her presence must have communicated itself to him, for he began to mutter in his sleep, now in English, now in Arabic.
I tried to make out to myself that I warn't to blame, because I didn't run Jim off from his rightful owner; but it warn't no use, conscience up and says, every time, "But you knowed he was running for his freedom, and you could 'a' paddled ashore and told somebody."
Butif one imagines oneself in the position of the men who constitutethe Church, we see they could not act differently.
But as for the soul, which indeed, can only be truly sensible of either fear or grief; to which only it belongs according to its different imaginations and opinions, to admit of either of these, or of their contraries; thou mayst look to that thyself, that it suffer nothing.