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Martin H. Manser - 2001 - 497 pages
|It is there — with fellow family members — we hammer out our convictions on the |
anvil of relationships. It is there we cultivate ... Thomas Jefferson Friends, if we be
honest with ourselves, we shall be honest with each other. George MacDonald ...
|Virgil HONESTY "Honesty pays, but it don't seem to pay enough to suit some |
people." — Frank McKinney "Kb" Hubbard "Friends, if we be honest with
ourselves, we shall be honest with each other." — George MacDonald "There's
one way to ...
|March 1 Luke 12:1-3 Toward Transparency “There is nothing concealed that will |
not be disclosed.” Luke 12:2 “Friends, if we be honest with ourselves, we shall be
honest with each other.” —George MacDonald IN woRD Most of us have a ...
|If we are clever in a certain area then we should not try to play it down. Equally |
we should be at ease with our flaws. If we are to be honest with ourselves then
we must allow others to be honest with us. We should be able to receive criticism
|What you can say, however, is 'I hear what you are saying, and all of the points |
you're making were raised at the meeting. On balance it ... Furthermore, if we are
honest about ourselves, others will be more prepared to listen to us when we are
being honest with them. Subword: ... We must be honest with all others - our
customers, suppliers, peers, subordinates, superiors, family and friends. An
example of ...
|Oh my friends, let us pray to God, whatsoever else he does for us, to make honest |
men of us. For if we be not honest men, we shall surely come to ruin, and bring all
we touch to ruin, past hope of salvation. Whatsoever denomination or church we
belong to, it will be all the same: we may call ourselves children of Abraham, of
the Holy Catholic Church ... and prevents it from becoming a cage of wild beasts,
tearing each other to pieces by war and oppression, falsehood and injustice?
|In order to give expression to this authentic standpoint in English, we should say: |
“I am. ... with respect to the relations between one human being and another, if
we come to know each other in the true sense of the word. That we become truly
acquainted with a friend means not that we know only his or her name, but that
we come into contact with his or her conscience. In compliance with the demands
of conscience, we are honest and true to ourselves, and do not deceive
|We have seen the Christ in each other and have known something of what is |
meant by the corporate body of Christ. We stand for no ... If we think of keeping
this great thing to ourselves it will atrophy and decay, and we shall lose what we
have found. This is given ... Here is our society, in spite of all its failures. the heir
of ten generations of clean living, pure thinking, honest striving after God. Forty
years on ...
|honest and open with each other about their impressions of one another. ... If we |
feel uncomfortable in getting feedback about ourselves from our closest friends,
then we probably are afraid to know who ... Instead of abandoning our friends for
being honest with us, we should work on personal growth more diligently to be a
|But as we attend to the light, and life, and wisdom which is from above, and which |
will lead us to have a right sense of our ... and that there must be some continued
invisible power; and when we reflect upon ourselves and the creation around us,
we ... things in their course ; and hence our obligation to this power, arises above
every other obligation, for we owe all to it. ... are continually meted out to us; for if
we lead lives of honesty and justice, every thing around us will bring evidence, ...