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for-i-have-learned-to-look-on-nature-not-as-in-the-hour-of-thoughtless-youth-but-hearing-oftentimes-the-still-sad-music-of-humanity
please-dont-expect-me-to-always-be-good-and-kind-and-loving-there-are-times-when-ill-be-cold-and-thoughtless-and-hard-to-understand
a-consistent-thinker-is-a-thoughtless-person-because-he-conforms-to-a-pattern-he-repeats-phrases-and-thinks-in-a-groove
my-brain-has-no-heart-my-heart-has-no-brain-thats-why-when-i-speak-my-mind-i-seem-heartless-and-when-i-speak-my-heart-i-seem-thoughtless
the-difference-between-religion-and-science-is-the-difference-between-thoughtless-certainty-and-thoughtful-doubt
landscape-is-littered-with-thoughtless-flow
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why-do-people-feel-guilty-about-tv-what-is-wrong-with-it-just-this-it-shuts-out-all-wonderful-things-which-mind-is-capable-leaving-it-drugged-in-hugh-nibley
a-false-misunderstood-word-may-create-as-much-disaster-as-sudden-thoughtless-act-james-thurber
a-wise-man-seeks-by-music-to-strengthen-his-soul-thoughtless-one-uses-it-to-stifle-his-fears-confucius
god-goes-with-thoughtless-people-robert-walser
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i-could-never-tell-where-inspiration-begins-impulse-leaves-off-i-suppose-answer-is-in-outcome-if-your-hunch-proves-good-one-you-were-inspired-if-it-proves-bad-you-are-guilty-yiel
far-from-failing-in-its-intended-task-our-educational-system-is-in-fact-succeeding-magnificently-because-its-aim-is-to-keep-american-people-thoughtless-enough-to-go-on-supporting
for-i-have-learned-to-look-on-nature-not-as-in-hour-thoughtless-youth-but-hearing-oftentimes-still-sad-music-humanity-william-wordsworth
we-flatter-those-we-scarcely-know-we-please-fleeting-guest-and-deal-full-many-thoughtless-blow-to-those-who-love-us-best-ella-wheeler-wilcox
In good truth he had started in London with some vague idea that as his life in it would not be of long continuance, the pace at which he elected to travel would be of little consequence; but the years since his first entry into the Metropolis were now piled one on top of another, his youth was behind him, his chances of longevity, spite of the way he had striven to injure his constitution, quite as good as ever. He had come to that period of existence, to that narrow strip of tableland, whence the ascent of youth and the descent of age are equally discernible - when, simply because he has lived for so many years, it strikes a man as possible he may have to live for just as many more, with the ability for hard work gone, with the boon companions scattered, with the capacity for enjoying convivial meetings a mere memory, with small means perhaps, with no bright hopes, with the pomp and the circumstance and the fairy carriages, and the glamour which youth flings over earthly objects, faded away like the pageant of yesterday, while the dreary ceremony of living has to be gone through today and tomorrow and the morrow after, as though the gay cavalcade and the martial music, and the glittering helmets and the prancing steeds were still accompanying the wayfarer to his journey's end. Ah! my friends, there comes a moment when we must all leave the coach with its four bright bays, its pleasant outside freight, its cheery company, its guard who blows the horn so merrily through villages and along lonely country roads. Long before we reach that final stage, where the black business claims us for its own speecial property, we have to bid goodbye to all easy, thoughtless journeying and betake ourselves, with what zest we may, to traversing the common of reality. There is no royal road across it that ever I heard of. From the king on his throne to the laborer who vaguely imagines what manner of being a king is, we have all to tramp across that desert at one period of our lives, at all events; and that period is usually when, as I have said, a man starts to find the hopes, and the strength, and the buoyancy of youth left behind, while years and years of life lie stretching out before him. The coach he has travelled by drops him here. There is no appeal, there is no help; therefore, let him take off his hat and wish the new passengers good speed without either envy or repining. Behld, he has had his turn, and let whosoever will, mount on the box-seat of life again, and tip the coachman and handle the ribbons - he shall take that journey no more, no more for ever. ("The Banshee's Warning")

Charlotte Riddell
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i-much-prefer-sharpest-criticism-single-intelligent-man-to-thoughtless-approval-masses-johannes-kepler
its-worst-kind-cruelty-thoughtless-kind-you-cant-cope-with-it-lm-montgomery
Dryden was a highly prolific literary figure, a professional writer who was at the centre of all the greatest debates of his time: the end of the Commonwealth, the return of the monarch, the political and religious upheavals of the 1680s, and the specifically literary questions of neoclassicism opposed to more modern trends. He was Poet Laureate from 1668, but lost this position in 1688 on the overthrow of James II. Dryden had become Catholic in 1685, and his allegorical poem The Hind and the Panther (1687) discusses the complex issues of religion and politics in an attempt to reconcile bitterly opposed factions. This contains a well-known line which anticipates Wordsworth more than a century later: 'By education most have been misled ... / And thus the child imposes on the man'. The poem shows an awareness of change as one grows older, and the impossibility of holding one view for a lifetime: My thoughtless youth was winged with vain desires, My manhood, long misled by wandering fires, Followed false lights... After 1688, Dryden returned to the theatre, which had given him many of his early successes in tragedy, tragi-comedy, and comedy, as well as with adaptations of Shakespeare... Dryden was an innovator, leading the move from heroic couplets to blank verse in drama, and at the centre of the intellectual debates of the Augustan age. He experimented with verse forms throughout his writing life until Fables Ancient and Modern (1700), which brings together critical, translated, and original works, in a fitting conclusion to a varied career.

Ronald Carter
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love-never-reasons-but-profusely-gives-it-gives-like-thoughtless-prodigal-its-all-then-trembles-least-it-has-done-to-little-hannah-moore
there-are-certain-things-in-life-that-youll-be-forgiven-for-no-matter-how-thoughtless-stupid-reckless-but-if-you-do-that-same-thing-twice-youre-on-your-own-jennifer-e-smith
As long as we share our stories, as long as our stories reveal our strengths and vulnerabilities to each other, we reinvigorte our understanding and tolerance for the little quirks of personality that in other circumstances would drive us apart. When we live in a family, a community, a country where we know each other's true stories, we remember our capacity to lean in and love each other into wholeness. I have read the story of a tribe in southern Africa called the Babemba in which a person doing something wrong, something that destroys this delicate social net, brings all work in the village to a halt. The people gather around the "offender, " and one by one they begin to recite everything he has done right in his life: every good deed, thoughtful behavior, act of social responsibility. These things have to be true about the person, and spoken honestly, but the time-honored consequence of misbehavior is to appreciate that person back into the better part of himself. The person is given the chance to remember who he is and why he is important to the life of the village. I want to live under such a practice of compassion. When I forget my place, when I lash out with some private wounding in a public way, I want to be remembered back into alignment with my self and my purpose. I want to live with the opportunity for reconciliation. When someone around me is thoughtless or cruel, I want to be given the chance to respond with a ritual that creates the possibility of reconnection. I want to live in a neighborhood where people don't shoot first, don't sue first, where people are Storycatchers willing to discover in strangers the mirror of themselves.

Christina Baldwin
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