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|Elbert Hubbard, the old country philosopher, wrote,“Upon every face is written the |
record of the life the man has led; the ... and its emphasis on improvement, the
Bhagavad-Gita states,“A man's own self is his friend, a man's own self is his foe.
|The Bhagavad Gita says that a man's own self could be a friend or a foe. If he |
stays a captive of his mind, the mind could be the foe; if he awakens his heart and
lets it lead him, it would be a friend. Meher Baba emphasizes the paramount
|An interlinear edition of the spiritual classic that provides devanagari, transliterated Sanskrit, and English versions of the Gītā.|
|A man in Christ Jesus protects his wife, children and loved ones from danger and |
is ready to lay down his life for his wife and family ... A man in Christ is always
ready to protect his nation from any foe that threatens the rights, privileges,
prosperity, liberty, and life ... This agape love makes a man self- giving to others'
comfort and community needs. ... As he loves her as his own body, she submits
all to him.
|And we must however be on guard and make sure that it is genuine effort, and |
that there is no self deception. And this is ... To augment his line of thinking and to
bring desired effect on man, Gandhi pleaded for Vratas, observance of
Brahmacharya and the like. ... Therefore he becomes his own friend or his own
enmy as the case may be. ... He regards with an equal eye friend and foe, sinner
|nomination of man living in capitalist society never, to our knowledge, ventured to |
reflect to friend or foe on his own status ... written upon his graduation from the
Trier gymnasium, he avoided an analysis of his own self-image and the religious
|Anyone's world, even his own. He would tell the truth, adhere to the truth no |
matter the cost. To foe, to friend, or self. Truth was his temple to God. He became
idolatrous in that worship. He forgot truth was not a weapon to be used against
|But if any man say unto you, This is offered in sacrifice unto idols, eat not for his |
sake that shewed it, and for conscience sake: for the earth is the Lord's, and the
fulness thereof: Conscience, I say, not thine own, but of the other: for why is my
liberty judged of another man's conscience? For if I ... The self (the active part of
our nature) is the friend of the self, for him who has conquered himself by this self.
But to the unconquered self, this self is inimical, (and behaves) like (an external)
|36 And a man's "foes shall be they of his own household. 37 He that ! loveth |
father or ... 9: Yea, mine own familiar friend in whom I trusted, which did eat of my
bread, hath lifted up his heel against me. do. lv. 13 : But it was thou, a man mine ...
|Like good Aurelius let him reign or bleed 2 1 j Like Socrates, that Man is great |
indeed. ... Just what you hear you have^ and what's unknown The fame (my Lord)
it Tully's or your own. 13d All that we feel of it begins and ends 1 n the (mall circle
of our foes or friends ; To al! beside, as much an empty Shade An Eugene living,
as a Caesar dead, Alike, or wheq or ... One self-approving Hour whole years out-