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|Bax, Arnold Experience is determined by yourself -- not the circumstances of your |
life. - Bellin, Gita Only he who can view his own ... Benjamin, Walter Bad
experience is a school that only fools keep going to. - Benson, Ezra Taft
Experience is a ...
|Howard W. Hunter (WMJ, 135) Bad experiences are an expensive school that |
only fools keep going to. — Ezra Taft Benson (NE, May 1975, 16-17) Our lives, to
be successful, must constitute a constant pursuit of truth — all truth. — Ezra Taft ...
|Bad experiences are an expensive school that only fools keep going to. See 1 |
Sam. 8. (Jesus Christ— Gifts and Expectations, The New Era, May 1975, p. 17;
emphasis added. See also Alma 29:4-5.) A proper expression of our desires will
|"Thoughts lead to acts, acts lead to habits, habits lead to charac"Bad experience |
is a school that ter — and our character will only fools keep going to." determine
our eternal destiny." "Be right, and then be easy to "Think of what pride has cost ...
|They learned the hard way. God wanted it to be otherwise, but within certain |
bounds He grants unto men according to their desires (see Alma 41:5). Bad
experiences are an expensive school that only fools keep going to. (See 1
Samuel 8.) ...
|Bad experiences are an expensive school that only fools keep going to. (The |
Teachings of Ezra Taft Benson, p. 84.) Common Consent: An Individual
Covenant The act of common consent in the Church should be much more than
rote ritual or ...
|Boys, don't be fools. ... men (and the few rough men who do succeed for a time, |
do it not only on account of their roughness, but in spite of it); and ... control of
yourselves, and have the country virtues, there is not much danger of your ever
going to the scrap heap. ... Think of your mother, your sister, the little girl you
thought so much of in school, and live worthy of them. ... Keep out of the saloons
and all sorts of bad company, if you wish to retain the confidence of men
worthwhile, if for no ...
|Of course, he went through a similar experience some years ago when he first left |
his mum at the school gate; but then it ... So he is very mixed up, but because he
is going in the grown-up direction it is much better for him and for his status ... The
stresses can be just as great for the clever child as for the less clever—
sometimes greater, for being clever is a trait he has to keep up, ... He began to
have restless nights and bad dreams, as he had done when he first went to his
|We sat down and talked about our happy life at school, and how sad it was to |
have graduated, but we hadn't been there more ... My two girlfriends comforted
me, saying: 'Don't be afraid, see how it goes, let's just sit here a while. ... When we
'd heard a lot of inappropriate banter, and couldn't bear any more, we replied to
them in a warning tone: 'It's not too late to keep your dignity!' 'If any foreigners see
you, won't you look like fools to them? Won't you be causing bad luck to the