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|She must learn not to err by turning away from something that is personally |
distasteful due to her existing biases or by throwing herself into ... Quotes for the
Seeker's Moon I know well what I am fleeing from but not what I am in search of.
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Michel de Montaigne - 1958 - 883 pages
|The works of the French essayist reflect his views of morality, society, and customs in the late sixteenth century|
|... they had to die for their witnessing) God is in search of a witness who will |
expose their own dirty deeds for His cause. ... not tell about his experiences not
only before salvation but during salvation until deliverance came and make him
|Was it intended that man love the revealed but tremble before the hidden? ... If |
God were indeed pure love, then the Old Testament meaning of the word fear did
not mean the dread that people felt when threatened by natural calamities and
attacks by enemies. ... I would search for you in the streets, running and running
until this ache has spent itself utterly, if it were not certain that a ... Would I be
running toward or from — I know not which. But what am I fleeing, what am I
|And off he went in search of his prey. In the meantime our moming ... I don't know |
how the third count ended but I know that at least it gave me a chance to recover
fully. I don't know how long I was ... to go one at a time. Straws were drawn to
decide who would flee first. Max was the first one 133 I am (not) aHero, Iam a
|In Search of Sex and Satisfaction Brian Alexander ... When I took my first steps on |
this trail, I wanted to know if these people were finding happiness, and now I am
sure that some of them are. ... I suppose some are and some are not, about the
same answer Phil Harvey gave me, but what I am sure of is that seeking one's ...
is not to say I am sanguine about every attempt to flee the culture we have built.
|Their problem was to find out why people wanted to be buried in one cemetery |
rather than in another, the role of the ... I don't really know but I do feel that if I live
as I am expected ... as "I, too, will probably die some day," "His death was so
unnecessary," also demonstrate this need to flee from every reminder of death. ...
It is not that I am preoccupied with death; I am not. ... One of our most searching
and important findings is that very few people have a clear-cut Flight attitude with
|But I can see nothing as long as I am taken by words, always putting a name on |
something and recognizing the object by its name. ... It is an action that does not
flee the present, and when I know the present as it is, there is transformation. ... I
feel that in the search for myself, and only in this search, lies my liberation.
|I don't exactly know why it happens but the more we think that we want to be |
together, the more impossible it is for the two of us. We are digging ... But I am not
afraid of dying. ... But don't think that I am a coward. I must stop now and go no
further. I am all right. I am all right. I can say good-bye. ... Please don't come
searching for me anymore. ... Had she agreed to flee on a whim, but then soon