The Flames? Already?
Neither the Choice of his Friends, nor that of his Dishes, was the Result of Pride or Ostentation. He took Delight in appearing to be, what he actually was, and not in seeming to be what he was not; and by that Means, got a greater real Character than he actually aim'd at.
I have decided to be happy, because it's good for my health.
Such then is the human condition, that to wish greatness for one's country is to wish harm to one's neighbors.
Rest is a good thing, but boredom is its brother.
Observe: noses were made to support spectacles, hence we have spectacles. Legs, as anyone can plainly see, were made to be breeched, and so we have breeches. . . . Consequently, those who say everything is well are uttering mere stupidities; they should say everything is for the best.