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|I refuse to recognize that there are impossibilities. I cannot discover that any one |
knows enough about anything on this earth definitely to say what is and what is
not possible. The right kind of experience, the right kind of technical training, ...
|You want to achieve deep concentration and discover eternal liberation but at the |
same time you resist, you reject it. ... You definitely need purification. You can't
say, “I'm meditating, that's enough.” It's never enough. ... As Mafijushri told Lama
Je Tsongkhapa, “Meditation is not enough. ... It is the only way to get rid of those
billions of subconscious animals that keep telling you, “Not possible, not possible
|Heard first as radio addresses and then published as three separate books--The Case for Christianity, Christian Behavior, and Beyond Personality this book brings together Lewis's legendary broadcast talks of the war years, talks in which he ...|
|rialist that I see no reason why there cannot be disembodied spirits—why can't |
there be minds without bodies. ... then it is incumbent on him to prove that it is
impossible —it is not enough for him to merely say, "How could it be possible? ...
(To digress for a moment, the Jehovah's Witness asked me what it would take for
me to definitely believe in a personal God. ... I have heard pretty much all
arguments for and against the existence of God, and not one of them did I find
convincing, but ...
|Ignorance, as he says, is never a 'good reason for rejecting any thing' (E73, |
quoted on p. 44 below). This point about Hume's scepticism is enough to refute
any attribution of (O) to him. 4 The following objection may be put. As a strict
sceptic with respect to knowledge claims, Hume will not claim that we can know
that there is definitely nothing ... of this belief, and grant that it may well be
something like the truth; it will merely insist that although we believe it, we cannot
prove it to be true.
|Ugh. While I appreciated the fact that he had so much confidence in me, I was not |
interested in going out on a campaign. How could I tell him I didn't want anything
to do with this venture? “Ira, I can't say this isn't intriguing, but I just don't know if I'
m up for a campaign. ... I definitely thought his opponent was scum. ... “I can
definitely help find a finance director but I know I need time to think about the job.
|By subtle distinctions between predisposing and determining causes it may be |
possible to pin most of the immediate responsibility for the ... At present we know
enough — and only enough — to say quite definitely that no one nation is entitled
to cast the first stone or adopt ... We are not only all in the same boat — we are all
tarred with the same brush. ... OF PARIS AND THE WAR MIND " In each
Government I have visited I have found stubbornness, determination, selfishness
|Mr. Mnene: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I do not think that in seconding this Motion T just |
have to say "1 second" and sit down. However, I am ... Members who seem to be
so knowledgeable do not know the difference between stock-theft and general
theft. ... Mr. Speaker, Sir. why did we find it necessary to take evidence from
outside? ... Some of them cannot be allowed to marry before bringing in a big
herd of cattle.
|Otherwise, he and la Pelt would have been tearing each other up for years, if not |
the rest of their lives. Sam turned ... "We just feel that there must be something
you know, some tiny little thing, that would help us discover what happened to
our daughter. If — if she's met her ... Enough's enough. I can't tell you a thing
other than what I've already told you." To my ... He didn't say a word to anyone in
|O, my dear, do not ask me," says Mrs. Hamilton, lifting her hands in protest. " It is |
all so dreadful that I try to think of it as little as possible. Robert knows all the
details, and I will get him to tell you." " But surely you know all the details yourself,