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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 ...
|"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 ...
|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
|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 ...
|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.) ...
|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); ... If you boys, when
you go to town, if you do go, are clean in person and in speech, if you have
control of yourselves, ... 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
|At that time I could go into any saloon, have one or two beers, walk out and forget |
about it. ... all over the place, at home and in my workshop for the bottles I had
destroyed, cursing myself for being a damned fool. ... My experiences differ very
little from the experiences of other alcoholics but if ever a man was firmly in the
grip of a power that could lead only to ruin and ... In their way they did what they
could, helped me at different times to get on my feet after a particularly bad time,
|At about that same time I had just seen a Mexican film, Los Olvidados, that I was |
all excited about (it was not until years later ... he shouted), and we finally agreed
to go with Pascual to the vacant lots of Córpac some night to see with our own
eyes what ... I tried my best to appear totally disinterested in the subject, but I did
a very bad job of concealing how distraught I was, and Uncle ... School still
existed and to warn me that there was an exam in criminal law awaiting me the