Nostalgia for such simple pleasures as visiting Grandma and Grandpa for a day of adventure on the farm, drinking a glass of milk straight from the cow, sleeping on the back porch in the sunshine, or taking pleasure
in the faithful company of mouser cats and hound dogs.
If there is one thing that I would like to teach more than anything else, it is that taking pleasure
in moving can make you a better dancer.
There is something so bleak about the world right now that taking pleasure
in the game is important.
If Glazer does want a new nickname for United then he won't go short of suggestions from the one or two football fans in the country who are taking pleasure
in the club's uncertain future under him.
SCHADENFREUDE, this German word is used in English and it means taking pleasure
at another's misfortune.
Apparently, the habit of taking pleasure
in visual composition alone is now so deeply ingrained that not only aesthetes but even ordinary people are capable of seeing beauty unproblematically in places where it has no right, morally speaking, to exist.
So did Al Franken, who couldn't deny taking pleasure
in Limbaugh's suffering.
It's a personal and compelling case for taking pleasure
in the best simple food, and in the effort required to prepare it, whether a lot--building flavor bit by bit from the bottom of the pot up for an Italian meat broth--or a little, such as preparing his zucchini carpaccio (pictured above).
People then come to desire virtuous acts by taking pleasure
in performing them.