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|AIMS. ALCHEMY. conquered neighbors — this is robbery , the second by |
commerce, which is generally chesting ; the third by ... Cowley. AIMS.— (See "
Aspibatiok.") High aims form high characters, and great objects bring out great
|LESSON THIRTY-SEVEN. Having an Aim in Life. Aim — High aims form high |
characters, and great objects bring out great minds. — Tryon Edwards. Result
Desired — The thought aroused that it is good to try to know what is worthy and to
|Every man must have an aim to achieve something in life. In the words of Prof. |
Tyron Edwards, “High aims form high character and great objects bring out great
minds”. Therefore, aim should be constructed on the basis of certain good criteria
|Great minds have purposes, others have wishes. — Washington Irving High aims |
form high character, and great objects bring out great minds. — Tryon Edwards
When you are aspiring to the highest place, it is honorable to reach the second ...
|"High aims form high characters and great objects bring out great minds." -Tyron |
Edwards Last July, Lazy Susan opened its doors on Third Avenue at 62nd Street.
But to a town that sees more places come and go than most ever see, that ...
|All I did and all I was doing were geared towards being positively great and |
having a positive place in the altar of history. Still goaded by ... According to
Tryon Edwards, “High aims form high characters, and great objects bring out
|Edwards, Tryon Right actions in the future are the best apologies for bad actions |
in the past. - Edwards, Tryon What we gave, ... Edwards, Tryon High aims form
high characters, and great objects bring out great minds. - Edwards, Tryon Any
|Anderton, James High aims form high characters, and great objects bring out |
great minds. - Edwards, Tryon From the point of view of the pharmaceutical
industry, the AIDS problem has already been solved. After all, we already have a
|how foolish the boy looked when he had to take off his treasure, and deposit it in |
his pocket, and I do not think the little lesson was altogether lost on all of us. At
any rate it produced so vivid an impression on my mind that I have never
forgotten it from that day to this. ... No doubt a high character and great
conscientiousness is required to carry all these things out, but the more we reflect
upon the great ...
|This danger was foreseen by the man whose great mind led the way to the |
liberation of the joint energy of natural and ... and, instead of factories planted
here and there by great streams, or out of sight in convenient places, and a
rational ... what it actually sees and experiences in the worlds of matter and mind
; but it combines and blends these into new forms and ... See its legitimate and
highest efforts, it has the same tendency and aim with Christianity, that is to
spiritualise our nature.