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Pleasures

Pleasures

bullet Pleasure is the beginning and the end of living happily.
bullet Pleasure is seldom found where it is looked for.
bullet Pleasures are spoilt by wanting more.
bullet Pleasures imagined are the sweetest.
bullet The pursuit of pleasure soon bores.
bullet Endless pleasure is a definition of hell.
bullet Short pleasures bring long repentance.
bullet There is no pleasure without some pain.
bullet They are rich whose pleasures are cheapest.
bullet A sense of guilt goes with excess pleasures.
bullet We often pay dearly for our pleasures.
bullet Anticipation is the better part of pleasure.
bullet It is the chase and not the catch that gives the greatest pleasure.
bullet We tire of the pleasures we take but not of those we give.
bullet Suffering is real – pleasures are imagined.
bullet Beauty is that which pleases.
bullet The greatest pleasures are often the most pointless ones.
bullet Visitors often give pleasure – if not on their arrival, then on their departure.
bullet A lot of our guilt is a morbid way of looking at our pleasures.
bullet Illness is often the price we pay for pleasure.
bullet Illusion is the first of the pleasures.
bullet Guilt goes hand-in-hand with pleasure.
bullet You can live happily if you spread some happiness – any pleasure shared is twice as pleasing.
bullet Imagined pleasures are sweetest