I’m sorry for the delay in posting the next Advanced TLG post. I’ve run into a small technical problem:
After I got that error message a few weeks ago, I waited, cleared my cache, and tried again. 91 more words
I was super excited to start this book — not just because it opens in my hometown of Boston and proved a perfect match to my morning coffee, but because I was curious about Maria’s narrative style given she has a background in both theatre and bureaucracy. 163 more words
According to Plutarch’s thought provoking biography of Lycurgus, Lycurgus considered his happiness as flowing from virtue and self-consistency.
So virtue is moral excellence. A virtue is a positive trait or quality deemed to be morally good. 59 more words
I read today in Aeschylus brilliant work Agamemnon, that to gain wisdom one must suffer.
“Man must suffer to be wise”
The level of wisdom is directly related to the level of suffering, which could be tough life decisions or hard times in life. 21 more words
So far, we’ve covered how to find various texts or words in the TLG. In these last posts, we’re going to examine how to do some things that are a bit more sophisticated: how to find combinations of words, how to find words with variant spellings, and how to save your preferred settings or results to a personal TLG account. 1,050 more words