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|Albert Camus, in The Fall (1 956), expressed much ihe same when he wrote: "|
Afler a certain age every man is responsible for his face." 27 After a certain
number of years our faces become our biographies. We get to be responsible for
|These, and many other similar incidents, are responsible for the small number of |
registered voters in my state, yes, and ... were some 1,300 registered Negro
voters the slate was wiped clean and less than 100 Negroes in this county have
been able to re-register. These are many of the obstacles that we face in our
struggle for first-class citizenship, but we shall not become ... Year after year,
campaign after campaign, politicians have exploited the Negro issue to get into
office, and after ...
|and for the specific job of being a twelve-year-old with a younger sister, cruelty is |
de rigueur. As we stood there near the driveway, Susie had no idea what she had
just implanted in the deepest part of me. No one had any idea, not my parents or
teachers or friends, because there was no way I could discuss it. If the word ...
tragically in a fire, I was convinced that I was somehow responsible. Why had we
|After dealing with this passage quoted from Gladstone, Macaulay says: "We will |
quote another passage of the same sort: ... First, because it is composed of
individual men; and they, being appointed to act in a definite moral capacity, must
... And whenever we turn our face away from God in our conduct, we are living
atheistically. ... "Here again we find propositions of vast sweep, and of sound so
orthodox and solemn that many good people, we doubt not, have been greatly
edified by it.
|The Biography of the Archbishop of Canterbury Rupert Shortt. a dilemma for |
many of us. ... And we have to say to some of you that we long for you to speak up
for your gay and lesbian neighbours in situations ... 'A lot of the time, we feel we'
re being made scapegoats. ... 'We want to be generous, and we are hurt that
some throw back in our faces both the experiences and the resources we long to
|The Autobiography Of Communism's Greatest Spymaster Markus Wolf, Anne |
McElvoy ... as the Party's first secretary in his department, a post usually given to
someone considered particularly solid and reliable. ... (In 1959 Major Max Heim,
who was a central figure in our work against die Christian Democrats, defected,
leading to ... In 1961 Walter Glasse, an officer responsible for our work against
American organizations in Germany, defected, compromising a number of our
|work and my responsibility for it. However, when I was merely thinking about |
doing a biography, I was more apt to reflect on its meaning because it was then ...
As the work unfolds, it beckons to me for completion, organizing itself around me
as part of the meaning of my life and world. ... Values, Sartre insists, do not have
an independent being. ... As long as we do not face the possibility of reevaluating
our primitive goal — our original intention of what we want for ourselves — we ...
|And before they also went to prepare for the family's evening out at a local |
restaurant, I heard Mum tell Dad about our ... News that a potential security risk to
his family still existed and that we had not been informed angered my father. After
... Despite feeling that his trust in the authorities had been betrayed, he accepted
that Bert was not responsible for these decisions. ... After a while, I slowly lifted
my face from my hands, looked at the suitcase with red, watery eyes and swore
|To uphold courage as a virtue for ministry that protects personal integrity is to |
encourage everyone to have the courage to be their ... Living with the courage of
our convictions does not mean that we have to have a fully articulate position on
every ... Just as we do not become courageous by making one bold move, so we
do not lose courage in one instance. ... However, having the courage to face
everyday tests of our integrity helps us to determine how we will respond when
we come ...