In the Ethics he has described the character necessary for the good life
, but that life is for him essentially to be lived in society, and when in the last chapters of the Ethics he comes to the practical application of his inquiries, that finds expression not in moral exhortations addressed to the individual but in a description of the legislative opportunities of the statesman.
And although some one will say 'the many can kill us,' that makes no difference; but a good life
, in other words, a just and honourable life, is alone to be valued.
And if she wouldn't, well - he would live a good life
among men, because of Her, and he would quit drinking anyway.
He's led a very good life
, he's done his duty, he's been a good parish priest, and I'm sure we shall all miss him; he can't have anything to reproach himself with.
I shall buy up some good Life
Assurance shares, and cut into the Direction.
Ulysses answered, "Eumaeus, I have heard the story of your misfortunes with the most lively interest and pity, but Jove has given you good as well as evil, for in spite of everything you have a good master, who sees that you always have enough to eat and drink; and you lead a good life
, whereas I am still going about begging my way from city to city."
Sheer experience had already taught her that, in some circumstances, there was one thing better than to lead a good life
, and that was to be saved from leading any life whatever.
Polly did not know this, and was fortunate in possessing a friend who knew what influences would serve her best, and who could give her what all women should desire to give each other, the example of a sweet, good life
, more eloquent and powerful than any words; for this is a right no one can deny us.
It's a jolly good life
taking it all round--if it weren't for that fellow Alfred Inglethorp!" He checked the car suddenly, and glanced at his watch.
You will have a happy life and a good life
, and your husband will be blessed in you."
"How good life
is!" At that moment, standing out in the fresh breeze, with the sun upon the waves, and Mrs.
"BUT souls that of his own good life
partake, He loves as his own self; dear as his eye They are to Him: He'll never them forsake: When they shall die, then God himself shall die: They live, they live in blest eternity." Henry More.