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Man needs only a small patch of earth for his pleasures, and a smaller one still to rest beneath.
if only these treasures were not so fragile as they are precious and beautiful.
Solitude is precious balm to my heart in these paradistic parts.
Gracious Providence, to whom I owe all my powers, why didst thou not withhold some of those blessings I possess, and substitute in their place a feeling of self-confidence and contentment?
What is the destiny of man, but to fill up the measure of his sufferings, and to drink his allotted cup of bitterness?
The things I know, every man can know, but, oh, my heart is mine alone!
It seems it has been my fate to sadden those I should have made happy.
I possess so much, but my love for her absorbs it all. I possess so much, but without her I have nothing.
I could be living the best and happiest of lives if only I were not a fool.
It is not easy in this world for one person to understand the next one.
A human being needs only a small plot of ground on which to be happy, and even less to lie beneath.
I was on the point of breaking off the conversation, for nothing puts me so completely out of patience as the utterance of a wretched commonplace when I am talking from my inmost heart.
Once we are lost unto ourselves, everything else is lost to us.