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Könyvek 6 / 1 - 6. könyv a(z) ... remain cold and pursue your own course slowly and quietly like a wise and sensible... kifejezésre.
" ... remain cold and pursue your own course slowly and quietly like a wise and sensible man. To enjoy with tranquil mind and body, that is what man is in the world for, and only to do as much work as will procure him the means of enjoyment certainly not... "
The Homoeopathic envoy. v. 3 no. 11; v. 4 no. 2, 7, 9-10; v. 5 no. 2, 4; v. 6 - 69. oldal
1893
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Monthly Homoeopathic Review, 31. kötet

1887
...also, lives more tranquilly and healthily, and attains a good old age. And this leisurely man some" The everlasting pushing and striving of blinded mortals in order to gain so and so much, to secure some honour or other, to do a service to this or that great personage — this is generally fatal to our...

The Homoeopathic Recorder, 8. kötet

1893
...will procure him the means of enjoyment—certainly not to excoriate and wear himself out with work. " The everlasting pushing and striving of blinded mortals...honor or other, to do a service to this or that great personage—this is generally fatal to our welfare, this is a common cause of young people ageing and...

The Hahnemannian Monthly, 51. kötet

1916
...will procure him the means of enjoyment certainly not to excoriate and wear himself out with work. The everlasting pushing and striving of blinded mortals...our welfare, this is a common cause of young people aging and dying before their time. The calm, cold-blooded man, who lets things softly glide, attains...

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

Richard Haehl - 2003 - 515 oldal
...let himself be harassed and worn out with work. The everlasting pushing and striving of short-sighted mortals in order to gain so and so much, to secure some honour or other, to do a service to this or that great personage — this is generally fatal to our...
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Life & Letters of Samuel Hahnemann

Thomas Lindsley Bradford - 2003 - 521 oldal
...will procure him the means of enjoyment — certainly not to excoriate and wear himself out with work. "The everlasting pushing and striving of blinded mortals...of young people ageing and dying before their time. attains a good old age. And this leisurely man sometimes lights upon a lucky idea, the fruit of serious...
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The British Homoeopathic Review, 31. kötet

1887
...procure him the means of enjoyment — certainly not to excoriate and wear himself out with work. " The everlasting pushing and striving of blinded mortals in order to gain so and so much, to secure some honour or other, to do a service to this or that great personage — this is generally fatal to our...




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