, and live
abundantly, to sting with life, to be alive (which is to be what he is), it is good that man be life-blinded and sense-struck.
I talk of the instinct of life, which is to live
, and which, when death looms near and large, masters the instinct, so called, of immortality.
"My debts mount up to a million and a half, and I've nothing, and still I can live
, as you see!"
All I've ever seen of the great Land of Oz, Unc dear, is the view of that mountain over at the south, where they say the Hammerheads live--who won't let anybody go by them--and that mountain at the north, where they say nobody lives
They have got to live
a man's life, pushing all these things before them, and get on as well as they can.
only so as not to do evil and not to have to repent is not enough.
We had to live
, and like all our young ladies I did not know how to earn anything.
The Prince asked him, 'Do you not know where the Dragon lives
who keeps the daughter of the Flower Queen prisoner?'
"Yes; Ozma made me a Princess some time ago, and she has often begged me to come and live
always in the Emerald City," said the child.
In the fullness of his belief that such a thing must be, he mentioned its probability to his wife; and the first time of the subject's occurring to her again happening to be when Fanny was present, she calmly observed to her, "So, Fanny, you are going to leave us, and live
with my sister.
I told him I did not wonder that his father was as he had described him, for that his head was a little touched before I went away; and principally his disturbance was because I could not be persuaded to conceal our relation and to live
with him as my husband, after I knew that he was my brother; that as he knew better than I what his father's present condition was, I should readily join with him in such measure as he would direct; that I was indifferent as to seeing his father, since I had seen him first, and he could not have told me better news than to tell me that what his grandmother had left me was entrusted in his hands, who, I doubted not, now he knew who I was, would, as he said, do me justice.
But the fish said, 'Pray let me live
! I am not a real fish; I am an enchanted prince: put me in the water again, and let me go!' 'Oh, ho!' said the man, 'you need not make so many words about the matter; I will have nothing to do with a fish that can talk: so swim away, sir, as soon as you please!' Then he put him back into the water, and the fish darted straight down to the bottom, and left a long streak of blood behind him on the wave.