In more recent times there is always a mention of paving. This adaptation may have been influenced by Ecclesiasticus :. The way of sinners is made plain with stones, but at the end thereof is the pit of hell.
No saint, however, in the course of his religious warfare, was more sensible of the unhappy failure of pious resolves, than Johnson. He said one day, talking to an acquaintance on this subject, "Sir Hell is paved with good intentions. Johnson didn't coin the phrase however.
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The 'road' element was added even later. The first time that the complete proverb 'The road to hell is paved with good intentions' appears in print is in Henry G. Bohn's A Hand-book of Proverbs , Neither Bohn nor Ray claimed to have coined the phrase, they were collectors, not originators. As to who did coin the phrase.
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I intended to discover that and to let you know but, regrettably, the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Home Search Phrase Dictionary The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
Browse phrases beginning with:. It has been 60 years since Cyprus was a colony. It is a European Union member-state and has held the presidency of the EU. Wilson ignores this fact completely and accepts the Turkish insistence on guarantees. His proposal offers Ankara indirect guarantor rights through NATO and an avenue to legitimize its occupation presence on the island.
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The assertion that NATO would help reunify the country is even more tenuous. Skipping discussion of these issues represents a serious sin of omission.
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Wilson and the Atlantic Council have been particularly active on the Balkans, so he is naturally tempted to overlearn lessons from case studies in that region. A more instructive analysis would identify which successful tactics employed during the Prespes process might be applicable on Cyprus.
The most important lesson that Prespes teaches us is that the government of Alexis Tsipras was willing to take a risk on the Macedonia issue because of the strength of the US-Greece bilateral relationship. No such reassurance has ever been offered to President Nicos Anastasiades. At no point during Prespes did the Greeks — even the opposition — question whether the US considered them valued partners.