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|The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing. Marcus Aurelius How much |
time he saves who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks.
Marcus Aurelius How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than ...
|Much less would he take pity or think of warding off the damage that might befall |
his neighbor's property, that it be not robbed or stolen or damaged in some other
way ; he would rather also rejoice there-at and say : Serves him right. ... He dares
to glory before God with such abominable vices and boldly demand He must in
return look upon him as a great saint, and grant him as a due ... Here you see
what man is and does when he trusts his course to his own free will or natural
|Required reading in most high schools, this Pulitzer Prize winning novel was originally published in 1969 and was voted the best book of the century by Library Journal.|
|We are not told when he was converted to knowledge of the true God, but I think |
we have good reason to believe that he ... Look at Joseph; the Ishmaelites sold
him as a slave into Egypt; yet he took his God with him into captivity, as Daniel ...
He did not give up his faith because he had been taken away from home and
placed among idolaters. ... His name will be revered and his work remembered
as long as the church is on the earth ... It does not say that the nobility are going
|Whoso hath this world's good, and seeth his brother hath need, and shutteth up |
his bowels of compassion from him— how ... then shutting the book, he turned
round and looked his visitor full in the face — ' Now, neighbor, what do you think
of that ? ... find its course, so that at times it would be difficult to say whether
displeasure or mirth was the predominant feeling. ... it that I can see ; and,
neighbor Shirley, if you or I should see a friend of ours about to fall, so as maybe
to break his neck ...
|Or if you are rich you cannot think that Christ does not also want to bring you |
eternal treasures. ... For he does not say that he has come to seek and to save
the pious, the deserving, the righteous, but the lost. ... Therefore, for the sake of
his Name, he cannot forget you, but must seek and save you. ... Finally,
remember how much Christ has already suffered and done for every person; how
he has come into the world for every man and ... Do you still deal fraudulently
with your neighbor?
|In superbly crafted writing that burns with intensity, award-winning author Markus Zusak, author of I Am the Messenger, has given us one of the most enduring stories of our time. From the Hardcover edition.|
|The question is often asked by those who do not suppose themselves to be |
Christians, PV/ry are we not converletl, as well ... if he yet thinks, and knows his
condition and prospects, how must he fee] when he discerns among those who
weep around ... weep bitterly for his dying soul 1 Will be not then and there ask
the question with frantic agony, why was I not converted long ... I look at my
tattered blanket and say, this good for nothing; thank you very much—and lle give
me new coat.
|“If you can make me the heavy in this, do it. Save her." His eyes fill. His attorney |
has given Danny instructions not to write to Karla, not to talk to the ... (It's as if
there is always more to his response than he is owning up to, but it's impossible
to guess what.) ... Cares, I think he was about to say. ... C. is neighborhood, and
Danny obviously takes some pleasure in his rise in prestige and position, but not
much. ... Danny has recently put his brother Douglas on his visitors' list for the first