1338a] Now rest itself seems to partake of pleasure, of happiness, and an agreeable life: but this cannot be theirs who labour, but theirs who are at rest; for he who labours, labours for the sake of some end which he has not: but happiness is an end which all persons think is attended with pleasure
and not with pain: but all persons do not agree in making this pleasure consist in the same thing; for each one has his particular standard, correspondent to his own habits; but the best man proposes the best pleasure, and that which arises from the noblest actions.
Bennet, who had calculated on her daughters remaining at Netherfield till the following Tuesday, which would exactly finish Jane's week, could not bring herself to receive them with pleasure
Miss Crawford had a claim; and when it was no longer to encroach on, to interfere with the stronger claims, the truer kindness of another, she could do her justice even with pleasure
Now, that idea would never have occurred to me; but then I am not encumbered with pleasures
Music has long been known to light up the brain with pleasure
and sensation, but exactly why and how remained unclear -- until now.
Of course, for many of us, the fact that knowledge and virtue can be gained at all, and that they are to be gained with pleasure
, as well as hard work, turns out to be occasion for relief and delight, and hardly a cause for regret.
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so incorporated, one would be pleased, for example, by doing a brave deed.
But more recently sales have plateaued, and suppliers believe that associating their products with pleasure
, rather than fear, can result in new growth.
The perfect solution is to create a healthy mix of business with pleasure
and reward yourself from time to time for your hard work.
has launched two unique items with pleasure
as their byword.
Combining business with pleasure
always reminds me of that felicitous French custom, near the end of a meal, of asking for a little cheese to finish off the wine, followed, of course, by more wine to finish off the cheese.
We will be recalling with pleasure
for years to come the stories she has brought to our attention; for her capacious study provides a rich and welcome store of material for future argument and debate.
Your brain rewards you with pleasure
and creates an appetite for those things because they are necessary for life.
Americans have long had an ambivalent relationship with pleasure
, and we've always been quick to vilify our objects of desire.