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|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.
|"True courage is like a kite; a contrary wind raises it higher/ "Courage is the |
capacity to confirm what can be imagined/. Canada's Daniel Nestor and Russia's
Elena Likhovtseva crushed Belarus' pair Max Mirnyi and Victoria Azarenka in the
|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 ...
|Rosten, Leo The only reason for being a professional writer is that you can't help |
it. - Rosten, Leo Extremists think communication means agreeing with them. -
Rosten, Leo Courage is the capacity to confirm what can be imagined. - Rosten ...
|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 ...
|We may need courage to exercise our creative capacities to develop different |
strategies and methods for advancing God's ... Like any other capacity,
imagination can be either misused or properly used. ... It can propose new
hypotheses for us to confirm or disconfirm, different ways of serving others on
behalf of Christ, and ...
|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
|When he says that, were he to tell them anything more, or what was loftier, they |
would not be able to bear it, his object is to encourage them by the hope of better
progress, that they may not lose courage; for the grace which he was to ... nothing
else than doctrine on which they could rely, Christ reminds them that he had
accommodated it to their capacity, yet so ... the apostles were unable to bear, to
be certain childish fooleries, the most absurd and stupid things that can be
|Here the thought might be that the capacity for truthfulness with oneself is heroic |
in the same sense in which courage is. ... To be sure, we can have the virtue of
truthfulness with ourselves and not have it at full strength, but not having it at full
... To be sure we need not imagine the breakdown as permanent, but it must be
severe and somewhat protracted, or we simply ... Still this does not confirm my