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|Do we really know ourselves or have we really met the enemy and they are us? |
... If we truly want to be there for other people and help them wholeheartedly and
without holding back from anybody, it must all be craved from our spiritual heart, ...
|“It is our own need to be forgiven that keeps us from forgiving others,” Sam says. |
... Pogo, the cartoon character, reminds us that we have met the enemy and he is
us. ... follow the drama of the story as our eyes travel around the painting.
|While telling people that they must turn their lives over to Jesus, the preachers of |
this creed also tell them that Jesus ... As the character Jody Starks in Zora Neale
Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God frequently exclaims, “I god! ... Walt
Kelly's cartoon character's most famous statement, “We have met the enemy, and
he is us,” is accurate: we are in a real sense ... we might not even have enemies if
we were able to recognize others as part of us: our own kind, different, yet the
|These believe that different people can define truth in conflicting ways and still be |
correct. Such a conclusion is inane! They only make clearer the need to define
truth. ... He made an astute observation: “We have met the enemy and he is us.
|We Have Met The Monster And It Is Us Purpose Statement: Each of us must make |
a careful and continual examination of our lives to see where we need to change.
... “We have met the enemy and it is us.” The classic statement on this issue
comes from the Sermon on the Mount, “We are not to judge others. Before
tackling someone else's sin, we must remove the log from our own eye” (Matthew
|**A witty and wide-ranging investigation of the central problem of our time: how to save ourselves from what we want.**|
|Mindwise will not turn other people into open books, but it will give you the wisdom to revolutionize how you think about them—and yourself. From the Hardcover edition.|
|Browning. 5 We find God twice— once within, once without us ; within us as an |
eye, without us as a light. Jean Paul. We forfeit three-fourths of ourselves in order
to be like other people. ... Emerson. We have met the enemy, and they are ours.
|THEY MET THE CHALLENGE, SAYS HISTORIAN COMMAGER, OF MAKING US |
... No other people ever demanded so much of education as have the American.
None other was ever served so well by its schools and educators. .... but one life
to lose for my country; I have just begun to fight; Millions for defence, but not one
cent for tribute; Don't give up the ship; We have met the enemy and they are ours;
... Through its young eyes the young people came to see itself as one nation.