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|Children of MGS parents can be very good at emulating behavior. ... Again, no |
one should be forced to forgive another person but at the same time, it is much
better for the individual if they let go of past ... It also affects their children because
the MGS parent's mind is so cluttered and their heart is so burdened until they
|Human life and conduct are affected by ideals in the same way that they are |
affected by the examples of eminent men. Neither the one nor the other are
immediately applicable to practice, but there is a virtue flowing from them which
tends to raise ... More striking and obvious to the ordinary mind are the examples
of great men, who have served their own generation and are remembered in
|Good conduct is one of the important teachings of every religion and every saint, |
he may belong to any country, community, sex or religion. Lord Chesterfield used
to say that it is onlv the men of good conduct who can make real progress in life.
... good conduct and said that it is the best property which one could leave behind
for the coming generation. ... The great English dramatist Shakespeare has
written that 'The mind in its own place and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a
hell of ...
|The more intelligent a person is, the more efficient and effective his or her |
learning processes are and the better he or she interprets and ... Regardless of
intelligence, developed mental abilities, motivation, and so forth, the mind is still a
great simplifier. ... A relatively high theoretical value can be useful if one must
acquire and use large amounts of information in order to ... Interests, beliefs,
ethics, biases, and other attitudes all affect what we will focus attention on and,
Patrick M. Morley, Phil Downer - 2001 - Preview
|And those boys grew up to save their boys. Generation after generation, the boys |
were saved. He was just one man, but he positively affected hundreds and even
thousands of his descendants after his death. ... Edwards was one of the great
minds of history, yet this world- class scholar had his priorities right. He not only ...
|Learnedly and Moderately Treating of Generation, and the Parts Thereof; the |
Soul, and Its Immortality; of Plants and Living Creatures; ... Whereunto is Added
One Book Containing Philosophical and Prudential Rules how Man Shall
Become Excellent in All Conditions, ... Soul polluted with obscene vices ? where
Sion i hurt tbt mind. r-^i fore since great part of misery comes from the vicious
affects of the .v.
Thomas Tomkins - 1806 - Read
|The man who is possessed of this excellent frame of mind, is not only easy in bis |
thoughts, but a perfect master of all the powers ... M cheerful mind is not only
disposed to be affable and obliging, but raises the ssSiie good humour in those
who come wi^in its influence. ... and naturally flows^out into friendship and
benevolence towards the person who has so kindly an affect upon it. ... These
considerations, which every one should perpetually cherish .yj his mind, will
banish from IS?
|And his boys saved their boys and those boys grew up to save their boys. |
Generation after generation, the boys were saved. He was just one man, but he
positively affected hundreds and even thousands of his descendants after his
death. Although Edwards was known ... Edwards was one of the great minds of
historyYet, this world— class scholar had his priorities right. He not only made
sure he made it ...
|One set of men aim at modelling the world to their own wish, and repine in |
proportion to the disappointments they experience in their plans of general
reformation. ... This, indeed,I apprehend, is the great secret of happiness—to
study to accommodate our minds to things external, rather than to ... and to
cherish it with peculiar care, if our lot should be cast in the midst of a crooked and
perverse generation. ... claim, who affect an indifference to all serious
impressions and sentiments.