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" Agony of bloody sweat," which all men have called divine. O brother, if this is not " worship," then I say, the more pity for worship ; for this is the noblest thing yet discovered under God's sky. Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil ? Complain... "
The North British Review - Página 9
1854
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 54

1843
...unhappiness of a man — that he cannot work — that he cannot get his destiny as a man fulfilled." " Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil ? Complain not. I.ouk up, my wearied hrother; see thy fellow workmen there, in God's eternity — surviving there —...
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Works, Volume 7

Thomas Carlyle - 1840
...then I say, the more pity for worship ; for this is the noblest thing yet discovered under God's sky. Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil...Complain not. Look up, my wearied brother ; see thy fellow Workmen there, in God's Eternity ; surviving there, they alone surviving : sacred Band of the...
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The North of England magazine [afterw.] The North of England ..., Volume 3

1843
...then I say, the more pity for worship ; for this is the noblest thing yet discovered under God's sky. Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil...immortals, celestial body-guard of the empire of mankind. Even in the weak human memory they' survive so long as saints, as heroes, as gods ; they alone surviving...
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Past and Present

Thomas Carlyle - 1843 - 387 páginas
...I say, the more pity for worship ; for this_ is_the noblest thing yet discovered under -God's skyj Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil...Complain not. Look up, my wearied brother ; see thy fellow Workmen there, in God's Eternity; surviving there, they alone surviving : sacred Band of the...
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The Monthly Review

1843
...then I say, the more pit)' for worship ; for this is the noblest thing yet discovered under God's sky. Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil?...Complain not. Look up, my wearied brother; see thy fellow Workman there, in God's Eternity: surviving there, they alone surviving: sacred Band of the...
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The Christian Teacher, Volume 5

1843
...then I say, the more pity for worship ; for this is the noblest thing yet discovered under God's sky. Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil?...Complain not. Look up, my wearied brother; see thy fellow Workmen there, in God's Eternity ; surviving there, they alone surviving: sacred band of the...
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Past and Present

Thomas Carlyle - 1843 - 148 páginas
...worship ; for this is the noblest thing yet discovered under God's sky. Who art thou 'ii.ii complained of thy life of toil ! Complain not. Look up, my wearied "brother; see thy fellow Workmen there, in God's Eternity ; surviving there, they alone surviving : sacred Band of the...
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Past and Present, Pág. 3

Thomas Carlyle - 1843 - 399 páginas
...worship ; for this is the noblest thing yet disjovered under God's sky. Who art thou that complainest ot thy life of toil ? Complain not. Look up, my wearied brother ; see thy fellow Workmen there, in God's Eternity ; surviving there, they alone surviving : sacred Band of the...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 54

1843
...individual; know what thou canst work at; and work at it like a Hercules ! That will be thy better plan." " Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil ? Complain not. f.ook up, my wearied brother ; see thy fellow workmen there, in God's eternity — surviving there...
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From Oxford to Rome: And how it Feared with Some who Lately Made the Journey

Elizabeth Furlong Shipton Harris, Companion traveller - 1847 - 299 páginas
...one unhappiness of a man that he cannot work, that he cannot get his destiny as a man fulfilled!" " Who art thou that complainest of thy life of toil?...fellow-workmen there, in God's eternity, surviving, they alone surviving, sacred band of the Immortals. To thee Heaven, though severe, is not unkind :...
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