In 1950, Hess originated and wrote the live TV soap opera "Love of Life
," which ran for 30 years.
"We will miss his cheeky smile and love of life
, Bob the Builder and everything a two-year-old finds important during their day."
Brazilians are known for their love of life
. But for many, each day is a struggle.
Murphy founded For the Love of Life
Foundation, a wish-granting organization for people with HIV/AIDS,
The phenomenon known as biophilia (literally, love of life
), is increasingly being applied to corporate habitat philosophy.
He is presented as a paragon of virtue; his earthy love of life
has been air-brushed away.
The novel's protagonist, Jean-Christophe Krafft, is a composer of German birth--modeled in part on Ludwig van Beethoven and in part on Rolland himself--who, despite discouragement and the stresses of his own turbulent personality, is inspired by love of life
She will be cherished and remembered for her elegant and gracious manner, her love of life
, and her love of dance.
Mourners heard about Sophie's huge love of life
, her kindness and enthusiasm.
She loved spending time with her family and friends and is well known for her love of life
. There are no calling hours and the family will have a private service.
During a sleepless night I found myself thinking about what motivates me the most, and I realised that I'm driven by a wish to make our world a better place and by a love of people and nature and a love of life
This is but one example of outrageous exploits that teem with Celtic love of life
Friends of a university student who died on a beach after a night celebrating the completion of his finals, spoke of his love of life
and caring nature.
"I can't do anything about the cancer,'' says Bob, "but I can control my attitude.'' Self belief, love of life
and determination to work was something experts didn't factor into their research.
They have taken this teenager, with a sunny smile and love of life
, to their hearts.