1 I wonder at how many lives he values a man, or if at only one.
2 I myself am of an old family, and to live in a new house would kill me.
3 You can do more than any that live, and your courage is your best help.
4 Only for that faith it would be easier to die than to live, and so be quit of all the trouble.
5 But we live and learn, and in our present task we must take no chance, as my friend Quincey would say.
6 The day is close to us that must end all, if it may be so; and now is the chance that we may live and learn.
7 For so surely as we live, that scar shall pass away when God sees right to lift the burden that is hard upon us.
8 Whilst I live on here there is but one thing to hope for, that I may not go mad, if, indeed, I be not mad already.
9 He knows that I know too much, and that I must not live, lest I be dangerous to him; my only chance is to prolong my opportunities.
10 The vampire live on, and cannot die by mere passing of the time; he can flourish when that he can fatten on the blood of the living.
11 Mrs. Harker gave us a cup of tea, and I can honestly say that, for the first time since I have lived in it, this old house seemed like home.
12 I shall be glad as long as I live that even in that moment of final dissolution, there was in the face a look of peace, such as I never could have imagined might have rested there.
13 I used to fancy that life was a positive and perpetual entity, and that by consuming a multitude of live things, no matter how low in the scale of creation, one might indefinitely prolong life.
14 Those children whose blood she suck are not as yet so much the worse; but if she live on, Un-Dead, more and more they lose their blood and by her power over them they come to her; and so she draw their blood with that so wicked mouth.
15 I determined not to return to-night to the gloom-haunted rooms, but to sleep here, where, of old, ladies had sat and sung and lived sweet lives whilst their gentle breasts were sad for their menfolk away in the midst of remorseless wars.
16 I determined not to return to-night to the gloom-haunted rooms, but to sleep here, where, of old, ladies had sat and sung and lived sweet lives whilst their gentle breasts were sad for their menfolk away in the midst of remorseless wars.
17 Then I kissed it and showed it to my husband, and told him that I would keep it so, and then it would be an outward and visible sign for us all our lives that we trusted each other; that I would never open it unless it were for his own dear sake or for the sake of some stern duty.
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