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|A man makes a woman feel; safe or not. That's whyshewants to cuddleup withhim |
because it makes her feelsafe andloved. She does nothave to have sex or make
loveto feel secure. She just hasto have him. He makes her feel safe. That is ...
|"This is a commentary which is both scholarly and religious, both readable and erudite. . . . Barrett has a marvelous gift of helping the reader to see not only what Paul is saying, but what he is saying it about. . .|
|“The Fox who sleeps in the morning hath not his tongue feathered. ... “One Man |
may be more cunning than another, but not more cunning than every body else” “
Success has blown up, and ... “He that's secure is not safe” (August 1748).
|And if he says "no," then that village is not secure, that district is not secure. It's |
not safe. Whereas, I think we drive around in Humvees, and we say, "Oh, no one
shot at us. This place is secure." DR. KOONTZ: So, this is kind of brigandage
|It's all about using the proper tool for the job, and that is a theme we discuss |
throughout the book. He that's secure is not safe. —Benjamin Franklin Let's
change our discussion now to reaching higher places. To do this we need to use
one of a ...
|In the first essay, “Trustees of the American Dream,” he holds that the future of |
America is the particular responsibility of the ... 'He That's Secure Is Not Safe,' ” “
Democracy's Challenge to Private and Community Enterprise,” “Education for
|On This Date in History... Sunday Bush CIA Nominee Shows Surprising Lack of |
Awareness Of Constitution's “probable cause” Search Requirement “He that's
secure is not safe.” Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanac, 1748 2006: The
|"Do you think he would have made it easier or harder to get at those diamonds |
when he leaves town? You've said yourself that when he travels the security
surrounding his office is intense. Not only will you have to crack the safe, but
getting to ...
|All mankind are beholden to him that is kind to the good. Better isa little with |
content than much with contention. He that's secure is not safe. A cold April, the
barn will fill. Too much plenty makes mouth dainty. Who dainties love, shall
|in 1790, he was with Samuel Adams one of the “old revolutionaries” in a society |
that already seemed to worship ... time is never found again”—“God helps them
that helps themselves”—“He that's secure is not safe”—“Work as if you were to