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|to aation ; man may, and indeed does, become the medium of instruction |
between Nature and his fellow-men. ... The Scotsman idly dreams that every
individual is the architect of his own fortune, and possesses the power to follow
the bent of ...
|According to God's plan each man is born to promote his own progress since the |
life of every man is destined by God for ... each individual, whatever influence
external circumstances have upon him, is the chief architect of his own fortune ...
|As Wayland succinctly declared in 1854, "every man is thus made the architect of |
his own fortune."30 All agreed that each individual, with the possible exception of
the idiot, was born with a relatively complete set of faculties, though there was ...
|Jakobs uses as a test case for his normative screening system the example of an |
automobile engineer who rents a ... not be held accountable for the risk-taking of
others, because every individual is taken to be the architect of his own fortune.
|Self-reliance, fighting one's own battle, thrift, every man for himself, every man the |
architect of his own fortune, God helps ... Today the circumstances of life press for
transformation of these standards and corresponding remolding of individuals.
|There is here no hereditary right to excellence — no exclusive ancestral claim to |
honors. Each individual may and must be the architect of his own fortunes. Be not
however deceived: do hot suppose the path you are to travel is strewed with ...
|Every individual is the architect of his own fortune Claudius Roman Emperor The |
next morning Carisa and Celadus went to the palace with Flavius.They waited
nervously, as the room filled with senators, the Praetorian Guard, and other ...
|A man is the architect of his own fortune. ... The location of the sacred is the |
individual. In the Moral Extracts Modi wrote of the perpetual interior struggle
engaged in by every individual “of improving himself, bettering himself from day
|However, care must be taken not to undermine ''the sense of personal |
responsibility, that each and every one of us 'is the architect of his own fortune,'
that poverty .. . must never appear to the individual as not of his own making as
long as he ...