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In our time, "exuberance" usually denotes a mood or temperament In our time, "exuberance" usually denotes a mood or temperament
We are exuberant because we play We are exuberant because we play
Lively passions and lively imaginations Lively passions and lively imaginations
Exuberant love is addictive Exuberant love is addictive
It is not the critic who counts It is not the critic who counts
How I long for a little ordinary human enthusiasm How I long for a little ordinary human enthusiasm
I am interested in what happens I am interested in what happens
Roosevelt and Churchill's capacity to face hardship with energy and joy Roosevelt and Churchill's capacity to face hardship with energy and joy
Exuberance proclaims what is marvelous in life Exuberance proclaims what is marvelous in life
Unchecked enthusiasm runs roughshod Unchecked enthusiasm runs roughshod