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|Sarajevo 2006 Why Tolerance? I respect only those who resist me; but I cannot |
tolerate them. – Charles De Gaulle, 1966 From Charles de Gaulle's statement we
may conclude that it is easier to recognize the other than to tolerate him.
|ARGUMENT • My pappy told me never to bet my bladder against a brewery or get |
into an argument with people who buy ink by the barrel. — Lane ... Sydney Smith
• I respect only those who resist me, but I cannot tolerate them. — Charles de ...
|Long Live Free Quebec. quoting the slogan of the separatist movement for an |
independent Quebec speech in Montreal, 24 July 1967 5 I respect only those
who resist me, but I cannot tolerate them. in New York Times Magazine 12 May
1968 6 ...
|For as the Apostle Paul wrote, even the most terrible things that come upon us |
work together for good to those that love God. ... Herein lies the meaning of those
words of the Lord; “If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take
up ... We can only follow Him by denying ourselves, and what is this but
unreservedly abandoning every right over ourselves? ... set no bounds to our
abandonment, for the perfect reign of God cannot tolerate them, this is really
|Develop and use affirmations that convert these messages to positive statements |
you really believe. Compassionately, notice your thoughts now. Are they anything
like: “Oh, I can't do that. ... If you elect to let such inner “laws” rule you, take a
challenge and choose one or more of these: “My Bill of Rights will help me! ... In
building affirmations that really work, motivation experts suggest you keep them
simple, clear, and specific. ... Respect their fear and need to control, but do not
|poultrittm—inay hll rightfully he used so as to revent the I 9 Bnt i agree with the |
Senator 1 l desire these reso utions printed for ... as a crime cntnilt-d upon the
country by their predecessors, and tolerated solely asa thing of inexorable
necessity. ... the Constitution” restrained tln- l"t-drn\l Govcrnnu-ut from interfering
with slnvr-ry only in the Statesin which it thcn existed, ... the table, not front any
respect for the body who adopted them, or any desire to extend acourtesy to
those who could so ...
|The gentleman from Rockbridge has admonished us that we cannot resist the |
lights of the age—nay, Sir, this good old ... Mr. Speaker, I have heard of these
lights before, but I have looked for them in vain—I have never seen them. ...
These fanatical miscreants are not only violating the statutory laws of Virginia;
they are violating the soundest and justest ... Sir, I have too much respect for
certain Northern Governments within this Union to believe that they will, upon
reflection, tolerate any ...
|acknowledge the retributive hand of divine justice ; and say, "As I have done, so |
God hath requited me.''— Judges i. 7. And now, what shall we say of those, who
not only tolerate such bloody deeds, ! ... What shall we say of men, who can not
only perpetrate such cruel enormities, but can delight in them — can gloat with
fiend-like satisfaction ... celebrating the birth of our Saviour Christ, wc arranged
that ample time should lie 'given for the return ol all paities tu their respective
|“Women, however, cannot become men, homosexuals can't become |
heterosexual, and people of color can't change the color ... Some people,
however, can only overcome the glass ceiling through their refusal to assimilate.
They must convince those in the dominant culture of the value of their diversity. ...
“Alan, we have to learn to not merely tolerate our differences, but to respect and
revere them as assets that can be mutually beneficial. ... The concept of vertical
culture is new to me.
|Only, I think, the actual practice of that spirit of tolerance which has always been |
inherent in old-fashioned liberalism. ... part of those who devote their lives to
seeking it in their respective fields and by complete freedom in imparting to their
pupils ... easy in practice to tolerate the opinions or the actions of men which not
only conflict with our o\vn views but are contrary to ... FURNISS, dean of the Yale
Graduate School, has made, in a recent speech, a challenge which cannot be