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“Il faut cultiver notre jardin … from → Paul Anderson”
“So a cold-eyed disgust with the world leads to something not too distant from Voltaire's cultiver son jardin.”
“Tue 10/06/09 10: 53 AM the sentence in french was ‘Il faut cultiver son jardin’, cultivate your garden”
“And in "Garden" he offers his version of Voltaire's "Il faut cultiver notre jardin", urging a friend and, one supposes, himself: "Look to your life,/to your one given garden.”
“I can't resist adding this quotation from "Candide": "Il faut cultiver notre jardin.”
“PLV: There's a saying from Voltaire's Candide: "Il faut cultiver notre jardin," the essence of which points to the importance of taking care of your inner values.”
“Frederick the Great is said to have addressed these words to his nephew, “Je puis vous assurer, par mon expérience personelle, que ce plaisir est peu agréable à cultiver.””
“Au XIXième siècle, beaucoup d'Anglais sont partis en Australie pour y cultiver la vigne.”
“Nous devons plutôt cultiver l'optimisme et l'espérance.”
“When therefore Candide trumps philosopher Pangloss by insisting, in the book's final words, that Cela est bien dit, "That's well said," mais il faut cultiver notre jardin, "but we need to work our fields," the overwhelmingly clear point being made is that idealistic verbiage is totally inadequate for dealing with the real world.”
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