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" ... place us in a position to live with greater comfort — that is to say, more rationally, more intelligently, more in accordance with nature, more cheerfully, more quietly, more healthily. Thus we shall act more commendably, more wisely, more prudently,... "
The Homoeopathic envoy. v. 3 no. 11; v. 4 no. 2, 7, 9-10; v. 5 no. 2, 4; v. 6 - 68. oldal
1893
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Monthly Homoeopathic Review, 31. kötet

1887
...shall act more comrnendably, more wisely, more prudently, than by working in breathless hurry, with our nerves constantly overstrung, to the destruction of...everything else be of only secondary importance for yon. And should they venture to assert that you are in honour bound to do more than is good for your...

The Homoeopathic Recorder, 8. kötet

1893
...shall act more commendably, more wisely, more prudently, than by working in breathless hurry, with our nerves constantly overstrung, to the destruction of...physical powers, even then do not, for God's sake, allow yourself to be driven to do what is contrary to your own welfare. Remain deaf to the bribery of praise,...

The Life and Letters of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann

Thomas Lindsley Bradford - 1895 - 513 oldal
...shall act more commendably, more wisely, more prudently, than by working in breathless hurry, with our nerves constantly overstrung, to the destruction of...powers, even then do not, for •God's sake, allow yourself to be driven to do what is contrary to your own welfare. Remain deaf to the bribery of praise,...

The Hahnemannian Monthly, 51. kötet

1916
...shall art more commendably, more wisely, more prudently, than by working in breathless hurry, with our nerves constantly overstrung, to the destruction of...your mental and physical powers, even then do not allow yourself to be driven to do what is contrary to your own welfare. Remain deaf to the bribery...

Samuel Hahnemann: His Life and Work : Based on Recently Discovered ..., 2. kötet

Richard Haehl - 2003 - 515 oldal
...else be only of secondary importance to you ; and should they venture to assert that you are in honour bound to do more than is good for your mental and...physical powers, even then do not, for God's sake, allow yourself to be driven to do what is contrary to your own welfare. Remain deaf to the bribery of praise,...
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Life & Letters of Samuel Hahnemann

Thomas Lindsley Bradford - 2003 - 521 oldal
...shall act more commendably, more wisely, more prudently, than by working in breathless hurry, with our nerves constantly overstrung, to the destruction of...physical powers, even then do not, for God's sake, allow yourself to be driven to do what is contrary to your own welfare. Remain deaf to the bribery of praise,...
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The British Homoeopathic Review, 31. kötet

1887
...shall act more commendably, more wisely, more prudently, than by working in breathless hurry, with our nerves constantly overstrung, to the destruction of...And should they venture to assert that you are in honour bound to do more than is good for your mental and physical powers, •even then do not, for...




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