Alitur vitium vivitque tegendo—Evil is nourished 50 and grows by concealment.
Let thy reasonable faculty, work upon his reasonable faculty; show him his fault, admonish him. “That people,” said Herodotus, 12 “rejects the use of temples, of altars, and of statues, and smiles at the folly of those nations who imagine that the gods are sprung from, or bear any affinity with, the human nature. He felt that what he now said and did would be historical, and it seemed to him that it would now be best for him—whose grandeur enabled his son to play stick and ball with the terrestrial globe—to show, in contrast to that grandeur, the simplest paternal tenderness. Egli vende l’uccello in su la frasca—He sells the 50 bird on the branch. [Greek: Allos egô]—Alter ego.
The conference, as might be expected, ended in nothing. Terræ filius—A son of the earth; a man of obscure or low origin. The Civil Service Reform movement was one from above downwards, and the men who took the lead in it were not men who as a rule possessed a very profound sympathy with or understanding of the ways of thought and life of their average fellow-citizen. He intended to make off separately with the booty in one of the vessels; but his attack was repelled, and he himself slain. In times past, when those of Crete would curse any one, they prayed the gods to engage him in some ill custom.
Here we see the people no longer posing consciously for inspection, but acting their real life and expressing their true sentiments. And this may appear from many other circumstances, and especially from the pontifical rites and funeral obsequies, which men of the greatest genius would not have been so solicitous about, and would not have guarded from any injury by such severe laws, but from a firm persuasion that death was not so entire a destruction as wholly to abolish and destroy everything, but rather a kind of transmigration, as it were, and change of life, which was, in the case of illustrious men and women, usually a guide to heaven, while in that of others it was still confined to the earth, but in such a manner as still to exist. She kindly construed my ingratitude to be rather owing to my fear of chastisement, than to a bad heart. In the history of his conversion there is not the least intimation of his abdicating the magistracy, or being required to do so. “When Mr.
She approached Pierre with slow, quiet steps. These irregular desires, that the ignorance of good and a false opinion have infused into us, are so many that they almost exclude all the natural; just as if there were so great a number of strangers in the city as to thrust out the natural inhabitants, or, usurping upon their ancient rights and privileges, should extinguish their authority and introduce new laws and customs of their own. When Creon heard the words of the seer his first thought was of his favourite son Menœceus, the youngest scion of the royal house, who was present at the interview. The time will come when it will be wise to take their own judgment as to whether they wish to continue their association with America or not.