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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|It's the desire of a woman for a man who hasn't yet come to her, whom she doesn'|
t yet know. She's faithful to this stranger even before she ... Every thought derives
from a thwarted sensation. E. M. CIORAN (b. 1911), Rumanian-bom French ...
|“Every thought derives from a thwarted sensation.” “Man must vanquish himself, |
must do himself violence, in order to perform the slightest action unattained by
evil.” “Consciousness is much more than the thorn; it is the dagger in the flesh.
|Every thought derives from a thwarted sensation. The only way to reach another |
person at any depth is to move toward what is deepest in yourself. In other words,
to take the opposite path from the one followed by so-called generous minds.
|Swings. Maximized: Timing. the. Swing. with. Ex-dividend. Date. Every thought |
derives from a thwarted sensation. Emile M. Cioran, The Trouble with Being Born,
1973 Swing trading with short positions is quite different from swing trading with ...
|Christian Monologues and Reader's Theatre Sketches Doug Brendel. And while |
... And yet, every sin has really been against you. You're the ... Teach me down
deep, deep-down in my conscience, where I can't forget...so deepdown that the
wisdom will influence everything I do, every thought I think. Scour me ... Give me
the joy that comes from getting it right—I mean letting you get it right in me. Help
|Or, A Collection of Plays which are Acted at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, |
Covent Garden and Haymarket Mrs. Inchbald. The spirit, the soul, the every
thought and sensation of the first character in this piece, De Monfort, is clearly
discerned ... From hence is derived this most admirable moral— The proud man,
yielding to every vice which pride engenders, descends, in the sequel of his
arrogance, to be.
Harold Clurman - 1981 - 896 pages
|It cast a spell in which every thought, breath, feeling, and sensation had to be |
forcibly searched for concealed aims, some ... Of course there was the option of
confession and I took advantage, but as time went on a central irony came
Lilla Maria Crisafulli, Keir Elam - 2010 - 292 pages
|... of self-criticism, but also knowing evaluations of the material conditions of |
staging in early nineteenth-century theatre, ... a negative evaluation of its
dramatic efficacy: The spirit, the soul, the every thought and sensation of the first
character in ...
|This practice is to hear our thoughts, experience our bodily sensations, and be |
aware of our perceptions of the environment. Here we ... Within that framework of
awareness, we acknowledge and experience all the other sensations and
perceptions that arise. Then we ... Through thought labeling, we see how our
reactivity comes from our endlessly thwarted requirement that life be the way we
want it to be.
|... and himself every thought has been shaped into words,and they have mutually |
poured their sensations into each other's bosom,even as ... a will of our own, if we
are not thwarted and thrust aside from our innocent desires by the caprice of
persons older than ourselves, ... certain degree advanced; this is what we call the
course of nature; we know that every man's time must come, and that all must die.