"It’s our Russian apathy," said Vronsky, pouring water from an iced decanter into a delicate glass on a high stem; "we’ve no sense of the duties our privileges impose upon us, and so we refuse to recognize these duties."
One all movement, only living in society, like a fish in water; the other our Kostya, lively, alert, quick in everything, but as soon as he is in society, he either sinks into apathy, or struggles helplessly like a fish on land.
But Lidia Ivanovna’s help was none the less real; she gave Alexey Alexandrovitch moral support in the consciousness of her love and respect for him, and still more, as it was soothing to her to believe, in that she almost turned him to Christianity—that is, from an indifferent and apathetic believer she turned him into an ardent and steadfast adherent of the new interpretation of Christian doctrine, which had been gaining ground of late in Petersburg.
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Seeing too much senior apathy, the high school began having juniors declare a major for their senior year.
The candidate is trying to replace voter apathy with excitement.