He didn't seem, on second thoughts, to feel that this was quite such a brainy scheme as he had at first, and it wasn't long before he came trotting back to tear up this second will and switch back to the first one--the one leaving the money to the niece.
He wrote that Ira Nutcombe of whom they had spoken so often had most surprisingly left him in his will a large sum of money, and eased his conscience by telling himself that half of a million pounds undeniably was a large sum of money.
Unless the Will should at last deliver itself, and Willing become non- Willing--:" but ye know, my brethren, this fabulous song of madness!
Away from those fabulous songs did I lead you when I taught you: "The Will is a creator.
All "It was" is a fragment, a riddle, a fearful chance--until the creating Will saith thereto: "But thus would I have it.
Hath the Will become its own deliverer and joy-bringer?
Something higher than all reconciliation must the Will will which is the Will to Power--: but how doth that take place?
I like it; we have such nice times, and Will is there, and we bake little johnny-cakes in the baker before the fire, and they sing, and it is so pleasant.
This will do; but why you women always stick tassels and fringe all over a sofa-cushion, to tease and tickle a fellow, is what I don't understand.
cause you look as if you were more tired of studying than Will," said Maud, with some hesitation, but an evident desire to be useful and agreeable.
I heard Will talking about Publics and Privates, and I meant to ask him, but I forgot.
I never saw him there; he sent up some books one day, and Will teased her about it.