He led a miserable life (the son, I mean) and died early; it was a happy release
on all accounts; he degraded the family very much.
They little know, who coldly talk of the poor man's bereavements, as a happy release
from pain to the departed, and a merciful relief from expense to the survivor--they little know, I say, what the agony of those bereavements is.
I no sooner recover, in a visiting point of view, the shock of poor dear papa's death, and my poor uncle's--though I do not disguise from myself that the last was a happy release
, for, if you are not presentable you had much better die--'
It is beyond a doubt that he is indeed as dead as Pharaoh; and to judge from his appearance and condition, I should think it a happy release
I think it's because she was lingering for so long, death came as a happy release
in many ways.
He admits winning bronze at the Rio Olympics this summer was very difficult for him, and dancing has brought a happy release
This is the story he tells and as every tale must have its hero, the one who adorns this tale is a young French scholar by the name of Eugene Burnouf, whose mastery of Sanskrit and Chinese enabled him to flesh out the Buddhist texts in their original language, thus resurrecting an understanding of the Buddha that heretofore had been unknown in the West but which has since become an unchallengeable certitude thanks to the happy release
of his trailblazing book, Introduction to the History of Indian Buddhism.
Martin passed away on December 22, 2011, a happy release
in the end.
It is largely pretty earnest stuff that doesn't really get anybody anywhere, which is why the amusing story involving the very theatrical actress and the playwright with a polysyllabic vocabulary is the one that comes as something of a happy release
In a letter to parents he wrote: 'As is all too often the case, his going was a blessing, a happy release
, because this large man was brought down low by his illness.
What wouldn't she have given for such happy release
The reason is that living conditions for many of Canada's First Nations are so dreadful that an early death might seem like a happy release