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(About Emotions, Love)

Love, though added emotion, is substracted capacity

("Far from the Madding Crowd")

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Nobody had beheld the gravitation of the two into one
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Indifference to fate which, though it often makes a villain of a man, is the basis of his sublimity when it does not.
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It was that period in the vernal quarter when we may suppose the Dryads to be waking for the season. The vegetable world begins to move and swell and the saps to rise, till in the completest silence of lone gardens and trackless plantations, where everything seems helpless and still after the bond and slavery of frost, there are bustlings, strainings, united thrusts, and pulls-all-together, in comparison with which the powerful tugs of cranes and pulleys in a noisy city are but pigmy efforts.
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Well what we gain by science is, after all, sadness, as the Preacher saith. The more we know of the laws and nature of the Universe the more ghastly a business we perceive it all to be - and the non-necessity of it.
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We fevered our years not thus:
Take of Life what it grants, without question!
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La bellezza per lei, come per tutti quelli che hanno molto sentito, non risiedeva nelle cose ma in ciò che esse simboleggiavano
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