About 7,760 results
|Roosevelt, Theodore It takes far less courage to kill yourself than it takes to make |
yourself wake up one more time. It is harder to stay where you are than to get out.
- Rossner, Judith Courage is the capacity to confirm what can be imagined.
|This book is filled with classroom stories of everyday teachers grappling with many of today's hotly debated issues.--[book cover]|
|Persons may be efficient causal agents who determine and initiate actions. ... |
Like God, persons have a capacity for creative imagination, goal-setting,
strategies, and actions. Artists ... We may need courage to exercise our creative
capacities to develop different strategies and methods for advancing God's
universal and ...
|THE COURAGE TO CARE ( iourage is the capacity to confront what can be |
imagined. ... The point is, whether you are new or experienced you are still
teaching, and that alone is the confirmation that you have the courage to care ...
|Here the thought might be that the capacity for truthfulness with oneself is heroic |
in the same sense in which courage is. ... The problem with this response is that a
person who does not have courage at full strength but has it at adequate strength
is ... To be sure we need not imagine the breakdown as permanent, but it must be
severe and somewhat protracted, or we ... Still this does not confirm my thesis.
|No matter how varied experience is, no matter the peculiarities of the moment, a |
courageous person will be alive to the salient aspects of the situation that call for
courage; and she will have the capacity to engage in an appropriately creative
response. Yet her ... Let us go back to Dora; and imagine that she has the
neurtue of isolation. ... Finally, she will be a master in interpreting the myriad
ambiguous events in life as though they confirm her sense that she is really alone
|The Tools is a dynamic, results-oriented practice that defies the traditional approach to therapy.|
Barbara Kiefer Lewalski, Amy Boesky, Mary Thomas Crane - 2000 - 370 pages
|The imagined deposition scene singles out courage as the virtue needed when |
confronting the limits or the forcible termination of one's sovereign authority. ...
She does not, however, stipulate what actions would confirm her possession of
courage. ... (The assertion of the capacity she would have in such circumstances
is unspecific; "I were hable to lyve in any place of Chrystendom" includes,
perhaps, her ...
Signe Howell - 2005 - 256 pages
|To play well always implies creativity and imagination. It is possible to be ... |
Courage will never replace imagination. ... of explaining these two dramatic
defeats confirmed the myth of the ability of Argentinian players and their lack of
|... multitude of singular ideas or judgments at once gives us evidence of the |
largeness of the human capacity above our imagination? ... 23 Although the
resistance, and therefore the courage, is entirely hypothetical, the propensity to
entertain the notion of such a resistance does, ... of the dynamic sublime is then
constituted by much the same “check and discharge” of feeling as the
mathematical sublime: ...