Inquietude Famous Quotes & Sayings

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12 Inquietude Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Inquietude Sayings By Denis Diderot: There comes a moment during which almost every girl or boy falls into melancholy; they There comes a moment during which almost every girl or boy falls into melancholy; they are tormented by a vague inquietude which rests on everything and finds nothing to calm it. They seek solitude; they weep; the silence to be found in cloister attracts them: the image of peace that seems to reign in religious houses seduces them. They mistake the first manifestations of a developing sexual nature for the voice of God calling them to Himself; and it is precisely when nature is inciting them that they embrace a fashion of life contrary to nature's wish. — Denis Diderot
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Inquietude Sayings By Jeremy Bentham: The offence is what is improperly called the death of an infant, who has ceased The offence is what is improperly called the death of an infant, who has ceased to be, before knowing what existence is, a result of a nature not to give the slightest inquietude to the most timid imagination; and which can cause no regrets but to the very person who, through a sentiment of shame and pity, has refused to prolong a life begun under the auspices of misery. — Jeremy Bentham
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Inquietude Sayings By William Hazlitt: The fear of approaching death, which in youth we imagine must cause inquietude to the The fear of approaching death, which in youth we imagine must cause inquietude to the aged, is very seldom the source of much uneasiness. — William Hazlitt
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Inquietude Sayings By Miguel De Unamuno: The truth is that my work - I was going to say my mission - The truth is that my work - I was going to say my mission - is to shatter the faith of men here, there, and everywhere, faith in affirmation, faith in negation, and faith in abstention in faith, and this for the sake of faith in faith itself; it is to war against all those who submit, whether it be to Catholicism, or to rationalism, or to agnosticism; it is to make all men live the life of inquietude and passionate desire. — Miguel De Unamuno
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Inquietude Sayings By Voltaire: Man was born to live either in a state of distracting inquietude or of lethargic Man was born to live either in a state of distracting inquietude or of lethargic disgust. — Voltaire
Inquietude Sayings By Tom Robbins: Slavic peoples get their physical characteristics from potatoes, their smoldering inquietude from radishes, their seriousness Slavic peoples get their physical characteristics from potatoes, their smoldering inquietude from radishes, their seriousness from beets. — Tom Robbins
Inquietude Sayings By Andre Maurois: Happiness is never there to stay [ ... ] Happiness is merely a respite offered Happiness is never there to stay [ ... ] Happiness is merely a respite offered by inquietude. — Andre Maurois
Inquietude Sayings By Oliver Goldsmith: Popular glory is a perfect coquette; her lovers must toil, feel every inquietude, indulge every Popular glory is a perfect coquette; her lovers must toil, feel every inquietude, indulge every caprice, and perhaps at last be jilted into the bargain. True glory, on the other hand, resembles a woman of sense; her admirers must play no tricks. They feel no great anxiety, for they are sure in the end of being rewarded in proportion to their merit. — Oliver Goldsmith
Inquietude Sayings By Voltaire: Tell her stories to alleviate her inquietude; for stories always amuse the ladies, and it Tell her stories to alleviate her inquietude; for stories always amuse the ladies, and it is only by interesting them that one can succeed in the world. Mambres — Voltaire
Inquietude Sayings By William Wordsworth: This son of his old age was yet more dearLess from instinctive tenderness, the same This son of his old age was yet more dear
Less from instinctive tenderness, the same
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Than that a child, more than all other gifts
That earth can offer to declining man,
Brings hope with it, and forward-looking thoughts,
And stirrings of inquietude, when they
By tendency of nature needs must fail. — William Wordsworth
Inquietude Sayings By Joseph Addison: One hope no sooner dies in us but another rises up in its stead. We One hope no sooner dies in us but another rises up in its stead. We are apt to fancy that we shall be happy and satisfied if we possess ourselves of such and such particular enjoyments; but either by reason of their emptiness, or the natural inquietude of the mind, we have no sooner gained one point, but we extend our hopes to another. We still find new inviting scenes and landscapes lying behind those which at a distance terminated our view. — Joseph Addison
Inquietude Sayings By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: The little I have seen of the world teaches me to look upon the errors The little I have seen of the world teaches me to look upon the errors of others in sorrow, not in anger. When I take the history of one poor heart that has sinned and suffered, and represent to myself the struggles and temptations it has passed through, the brief pulsations of joy, the feverish inquietude of hope and fear, the pressure of want, the desertion of friends, I would fain leave the erring soul of my fellow-man with Him from whose hand it came. — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow