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|In such a case, the dynamics not only propagates the errors, but also entangles |
them, giving rise to non–local noise. ... 4.2.1 COMMIT A SIN TWICE AND IT WILL
NOT SEEM A CRIME Quantum information scientists dismiss skepticism about ...
|Commit a sin twice and it will not seem a crime. Jewish proverb After the first |
blush of sin comes its indifference. Henry David Thoreau, “On the Duty of Civil
Disobedience” (1849) Habit starts at the second crime. At the first one, something
|William Hazlitt (1778-1830) English essayist There may be other reasons for a |
man's not speaking in publick than want ... Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Anglo-Irish
author Commit a sin twice and it will not seem a crime. rabbinical saying To sin is
|Proverb, Scottish Sins become more subtle as you grow older: you commit sins of |
despair rather than lust. - Read, Piers Paul Sin is geographical. - Russell,
Bertrand Commit a sin twice and it will not seem a crime. - Saying, Jewish It
makes a ...
|Poverty is the mother of crime. 2. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time. 3.A |
crow that washes itself often will never be white. 4. Commit a sin twice, and it
seems less like a crime. 5 .The mills of God grind slowly. 6. One murder makes a
|It seems more like casnistry than like truth; and it does not seem to be wholesome |
in morals, since it appears to ... Under civil laws men may, and do, commit crimes
which have no affinity for other crimes— which even make them ... If a man sins in
either way he cannot sin in the other way. .... If a man should do this once, twice,
thrice, there would be one ground on which there ould be an accumulated ...
|It is not easy to persuade them that they offend ; and if they seem ... should quit |
the crimes which they meet without fail twice a week to contemplate of,
committing them over again in imagination, lest ... Rather than not be wicked,
they will run lawful things up to a criminal excess, and make themselves
offenders when they need not. This u such a kind of pleasure in crime, such a
fondness of doing evil, that I am persuaded the devil does not come up to ; the
devil does not commit sin as a ...
|... j__.ce, should quit the crimes which they meet without fail twice n week to |
contemplate of, committing them over again ... Rather than not be wicked, they
will run lawful things up to a criminal excess, and make themselves olferidcrs
when they need not. ... crime, such n fondness of doing evil, that I am persuaded
the devil docs not come up to; the devil does not commit sin ... The fact is not so
bloody and cruel indeed, but the principle is the same; he that can look back
upon a hundred ...
|Bat if you hid committed the offence not once, but twice — three, four, and five |
times — in fact; if you were an habitual sinner, ... fallen into sin through the
common weakness of humanity, and that he will be likely to avoid sin for the
future ? and have I not- ... It is true we sometimes do so, but not for the sake of
ostentation, or of giving publicity to the act to the whole world, as ho would seem
to insinuate ; but ...