Thrusting his hand, then, into the bosom of this capacious receptacle, he first brought to light about a pound of tobacco, whose component parts still adhered together, the whole outside being covered with soft particles
In like manner to every particle
of property belongs its own attraction.
The last least particle
of what they consumed was transformed into energy.
Of course I was vexed at all this; but still it was less the disappointment to myself that annoyed me, than the disappointment in him, and the trouble I was at to frame excuses to my friends for having seen and observed so little, without imputing one particle
of blame to my companion.
Grieve, therefore, no more, my dear child, on this occasion: an event which may happen every hour; which every element, nay, almost every particle
of matter that surrounds us is capable of producing, and which must and will most unavoidably reach us all at last, ought neither to occasion our surprize nor our lamentation.
The next day sat Zarathustra again on the stone in front of his cave, whilst his animals roved about in the world outside to bring home new food,--also new honey: for Zarathustra had spent and wasted the old honey to the very last particle
Leave here, if you will, in safety, and mind your own affairs; but if you show one particle
of curiosity as to mine, if you interfere in matters which concern me and me only, remember that you are encircled by powers which are entirely ruthless, absolutely omnipotent.
A physical law does not say "A will be followed by B," but tells us what acceleration a particle
will have under given circumstances, i.
Just as the particle
of water in frost, definitely and unalterably, takes the special form of the crystal of snow, so each new person that arrived at the springs was at once placed in his special place.
thought I, ha, as the flying particles
almost choked me, are these ashes from that destroyed city, Gomorrah?
Some were condensing air into a dry tangible substance, by extracting the nitre, and letting the aqueous or fluid particles
percolate; others softening marble, for pillows and pin-cushions; others petrifying the hoofs of a living horse, to preserve them from foundering.
I opened my mouth wide, and my lungs saturated themselves with fresh particles