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|Rousseau, Jean Jacques People who know little are usually great talkers, while |
men who know much say little. - Rousseau, Jean ... Rousseau, Jean Jacques I
may not be better than other people, but at least I'm different. Virtue is a state of ...
|I have no strategies to fall back on other than ones that have failed in the past. ... |
The number of obstacles that I can see, let alone those yet to reveal themselves,
could overwhelm me, but at least there does appear to be a path there to ... I may
not reach Utopia, but anything has to be better than this. I'm not fat, in fact I still
look ill. ... I'm still struggling to look people in the eye when I talk about recovery.
... Maybe, just maybe, I'm wrong and I'm not actually different from everyone else.
|least likely in that department. My folks think I'm easy and they might as well get |
some mileage out of it. The truth is, of course, I am a little easy," she said. "Easier
than some, anyway, harder maybe than others. I keep thinking I'm not, but when
the rubber hits the road — and I don't mean that kind of rubber, either, you ...
That's why it feels so good. And it does ... We got lots of different in Ashland, you
|Be that as it may, the advice I've been given all these years about losing weight |
has resulted only in weight gain and an even greater obsession ... I believe that
ninetyeight percent of people who lose weight regain that weight, plus some. ...
Another woman whom we met at Lake Austin Spa raised a different though
related concern. ... I may not lose much weight at first, but at least I won't put any
|as it is to see them go through what people are doing to them, or trying to do, it |
would be harder to see them not have principles. ... secret Amanda, and then I
knew you couldn't, that we wouldn't have dealt with it well in different
circumstances than these. I'm not so sure we've dealt with it well as it is. ... I've
done the best I can but I have felt so inadequate. I'm ... I think my dream has been
that Joey would not be like the others, that I would raise him to do the right thing,
to be dependable.
|they are, what do they see? ... Our version of ourselves is always different than |
that of others. ... front-view mirror, a light density of fine hair on the top of my head
that looks like more than it really is because I'm looking through it, not down on it.
|At least, he has friends. ... The world may be nuts, but I'm nuts-er. I'm not very |
good at apologies. ... I don't like shopping, but I put in half a day at the mall—it's
different than Grand Forks; it's all glitzy and people smile when they think you're
going to spend some money. And none of them know my name, so I can just
wander around aimless; imagining that I'm just like all the other people
wandering around ...
|I believe at least two things should be considered here: (1) there are Christians |
on both sides, and (2) the majority culture tend to have an ... Some people
consider mostly one issue, and some consider more than one issue while voting.
Maybe if we can calmly discuss different perspectives, we could learn a lot from
each other. ... I'm not sure anyone changed his or her political persuasion, but we
heard, some of us for the first time, a different perspective regarding the political
|God may care about others, but he doesn't care about me. Another way of putting |
this is, “I'm different. I'm special. I'm unlovable.” This warped impression of being “
special” is part of the false pride associated with an eating disorder or some ...
|... in which people argue for multicultural- ism by saying that since no culture's |
practices are better than any other culture's practices, ... The idea that motivates
this view — that we should try to respect the different cultures of others — is an
appealing one. But the argument for it, as it stands, won't work. At least, I'm going
to try to convince you of that. ... I'm not so sure that cultures around the world differ
so radically in their moral frameworks or practices as the premise seems to