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|Through love they have attained already what they lack and they long for nothing, |
because, so far as they can in this ... They have no need to train their spirit to be
calm, for their mind is at rest because they are persuaded that all things work
together for good. ... They love others with no mere human fondness, but as the
objects of the love of a loved and loving Father. ...  All alike have drawn from
Jesus Christ, who hides Himself from those who in their own imaginations are
wise and ...
|Finally, Betty, who was deeply religious, said good-bye and saw her parents go |
with God. Betty was quiet for a long time. With obvious relief, she suddenly
exclaimed: "They're here with me, I feel their presence within me. and I feel closer
to them ... my patients to rest after such a session, because some integration
occurs during rest or sleep and because they need ... If patients do not
spontaneously bring themselves out of imagery by opening their eyes when they
are finished, I say, ...
|The very young may fear separation and demand a parent (usually the mother) to |
be present all the time . ... Professionals also have their feelings –
opportunities should be identified for mutual support. ... The need for a
professional presence may change; some parents will be confident enough to
have less of a presence, others might ... As time slips away, being with their child
becomes very precious for parents, and they may forget to look after themselves
and fail to eat properly.
|All the emanations from the Father, therefore, are Fullnesses, and all his |
emanations have their roots in the one who ... his head, which is rest for them,
and they remain there near to it so that they receive embraces in his presence,
but these  do not appear as though this were the case. They do not exceed
themselves, and they do not fall short of the Father's glory,† nor do they think of
him as small, ...
|Directing Christians How to Use Their Knowledge and Faith; How to Improve All |
Helps and Means, and to Perform All ... Motive X. Lastly, consider, that holy, well-
governed families are blessed with the special presence and favour of God. ... did
themselves receive that venom from their parents, in their birth and education,
which inclineth them to all this mischief. ... if you should think that you have
nothing to do but to feed them, and leave all the rest to nature, then they would
not learn to ...
|If all of your thoughts, for example, were considered false by the rest of the world, |
you would have to be put in a mental asylum. ... you see, come under the
judgment, you see, of psychotics -- they thought, you see, they were allowed to
poison their parents. ... The people will give you to understand what they think of
your thought, and they will talk among themselves and say, ... One, of whom
society speaks better in their absence than in their presence -- there are such
types and they ...
|They then returned to his presence, and cast themselves on their knees, but he |
made them instantly arise ; and the abbot de Citeaux spoke for the rest, and said,
that they had fully considered all he had stated to them, and were unanimously of
... that all his future subjects would offer up to him for the purpose ; and that when
his father should see him return his joy ... My most redoubted lord and father, I
have been told that you are displeased with me for three things (and then stated ...
|Far be it from us to think, or to endeavour to make others think, that such scenes |
are rare ; but we must say, they are far from ... She sees all her elder-born
become quarrelsome among themselves, disobedient to herself, and
hypocritically dutiful in their father's presence; yet she ... one to another, till every
member of the family has had an opportunity of persuading him that all the rest
have used him ill.
|All the meant- wtiioh have been hitherto mentioned may be in a good degree |
possess/ cd, and if Religion be absent, there ... may all vanish in a day ; and even
while they last there are important sources of domestic enjoyment over which
they can ... There are exigencies in domestic history in which they are all highly
important as auxiliaries ; bat none of them, nor ... to their parent, and more united
among themselves ; aud servants more faithful and diligent, is acknowledged by
all who ...