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" that man is sinking under old age; his senses have become obtuse, suffering has destroyed his strength, and he is despised by his relations. He is without support and useless, and people have abandoned him, like a dead tree in a forest. But this is not... "
Chips from a German Workshop - Page 180
1875
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The Homilist; or, The pulpit for the people, conducted by D ..., Volume 18

David Thomas - 1868
...step. Is there something peculiar in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings? ' " ' Sir,' replied the coachman, ' that man is sinking...obtuse, suffering has destroyed his strength, and he ia despised by his relations. He is without support and useless, and people have abandoned him, like...
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The Monks Before Christ

John Edgar Johnson - 1870
...in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings ? ' " ' Sir/ replied the coachman, c that man is sinking under old age ; his senses have...by his relations. He is without support and useless : 1 Le Buddha et sa Eeligion. and people have abandoned him, like a dead tree in a forest. But this...
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A Classical Dictionary of India: Illustrative of the Mythology, Philosophy ...

John Garrett - Hindus - 1871 - 793 pages
...step. Is there something peculiar in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings ?" ' " Sir," replied the coachman, " that man is sinking...forest. But this is not peculiar to his family. In every creature, youth is defeated by old age. Your father, your mother, all your relations, all your friends,...
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A classical dictionary of India illustrative of the mythology, philosophy ...

John Garrett (director of public instruction in Mysore.) - 1871
...step. Is there something peculiar in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings ?" ' " Sir," replied the coachman, " that man is sinking...forest. But this is not peculiar to his family. In every creature, youth is defeated by old age. Your father, your mother, all your relations, all your friends,...
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The Baptist Quarterly, Volume 6

Lucius Edwin Smith, Henry Griggs Weston - Baptists - 1872
...step. Is there something peculiar to his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings?" " Sir," replied the coachman, " that man is sinking...forest. But this is not peculiar to his family. In every creature youth is defeated by old age. Your father, your mother, all your friends will come to the...
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Essays chiefly on the science of language with index to vols 3 and 4

Friedrich Max Müller - Comparative linguistics - 1876
...step. Is there something peculiar in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings? ' " ' Sir,' replied the coachman, 'that man is sinking under...a forest. But this is not peculiar to his family. 1 Lalita. Vistara, ed. Caleutt., p. 126. * Ibid., p. 225. « See MM's Chipifrom a German WorTahop,...
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The Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 13

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - Anthologies - 1878
...step. Is there something peculiar in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings ? " " Sir," replied the coachman, " that man is sinking...forest. But this is not peculiar to his family. In every creature youth is defeated by old age. Your father, your mother, all your relations, all your friends,...
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General sketch of the history of pantheism [by C.E. Plumptre].

Charles Edward Plumptre - 1878
...Is there something peculiar in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings ? " ' " Sir," replied the coachman, " that man is sinking...forest. But this is not peculiar to his family. In every creature youth is defeated by old age. Your father, your mother, all your relations, all your friends...
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General Sketch of the History of Pantheism, Volume 1

Constance E. Plumptre - Pantheism - 1878 - 353 pages
...Is there something peculiar in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings ? " ' " Sir," replied the coachman, " that man is sinking...forest. But this is not peculiar to his family. In every creature youth is defeated by old age. Your father, your mother, all your relations, all your friends...
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Selected Essays on Language, Mythology and Religion, Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - Language and languages - 1881 - 632 pages
...Is there something peculiar in his family, or is this the common lot of all created beings ? " ' " Sir," replied the coachman, " that man is sinking...forest. But this is not peculiar to his family. In every creature youth is defeated by old age. Tour father, your mother, all your relations, all your friends,...
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