Lift it out, Tom; but I'll just lift up these deeds
,--they're the deeds
o' the house and mill, I suppose,--and see what there is under 'em."
of kindness were as easy to him as a bad habit: they were the common issue of his weaknesses and good qualities, of his egoism and his sympathy.
MEN'S thoughts, are much according to their inclination; their discourse and speeches, according to their learning and infused opinions; but their deeds
, are after as they have been accustomed.
OEDIPUS They mark us both and understand that I Wronged by the deeds
defend myself with words.
``is indeed my misfortune; yet let me hope that De Bracy's name has not been always unspoken, when minstrels or heralds have praised deeds
of chivalry, whether in the lists or in the battle-field.''
They grieved her kind heart with many cruel words; but patiently she bore with them, and when they told her they could never perform so hard a task, and must dwell for ever in the dark forest, she answered gently, that the snow-white lily must be planted, and watered with repentant tears, before the robe of innocence could be won; that the sun of love must shine in their hearts, before the light could return to their dim crowns, and deeds
of kindness must be performed, ere the power would come again to their now useless wands.
But, above all, he must be a man who could do, who could act, who could look Death in the face and have no fear of him, a man of great deeds
and strange experiences.
One whole group of ballads tells of the wonderful deeds
of Robin Hood.
But one thing is the thought, another thing is the deed
, and another thing is the idea of the deed
But when the tragic incident occurs between those who are near or dear to one another--if, for example, a brother kills, or intends to kill, a brother, a son his father, a mother her son, a son his mother, or any other deed
of the kind is done these are the situations to be looked for by the poet.
With dim lights and tangled circumstance they tried to shape their thought and deed
in noble agreement; but after all, to common eyes their struggles seemed mere inconsistency and formlessness; for these later-born Theresas were helped by no coherent social faith and order which could perform the function of knowledge for the ardently willing soul.
After having sought for a few minutes, he stopped at a leaf which had several notes, and compared them with the deed
of sale, which lay on the table.