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Matthew F. Kohmescher - 1999 - 243 pages
|I am not living up to this commitment; I am not contributing to this community in a |
positive way; I am even polluting it. Finally, I am not, with the ... I am never content
with just getting by, but want to do all I am capable of doing. I measure up to the ...
|Baal Shem Tov wrote, “There is no room for God in a person who is full of himself.|
” I want to understand myself, to understand others. I want to be all that I am
capable of becoming. —Katherine Mansfield Is your view of life one of joyous
|I want to be all that I am capable of becoming . . . KATHERINE MANSFIELD (|
1888-1923) As we chart the careers and contributions of women in television
news, it becomes evident that only through years of hard work and dedication
have they ...
|l want, by understanding myself, to understand others. I want to be all that I am |
capable of becoming . . . This all sounds very strenuous and serious. But now that
l have wrestled with it, it's no longer so. l feel happy-deep down. -Katherine ...
|What do I need to be capable of purposive action at all — to be a being capable |
of deploying my faculty of practical reason in daily life? Gewirth suggests two
things: freedom and well-being. I am incapable of purposive action unless I am
N. Georgopoulos, Michael Heim - 1995 - 346 pages
|In any event, responding to it is all that I am capable of doing. My response is a |
reaction to two important sorts of move that Anderson makes in the process of
philosophizing. The first of these moves is the exercise of an impressive
|It can be a direct personal affirmation, such as “I am a loving person," "I am |
capable of being all I want to be," or "I have a terrific sense of humor!" Or it can be
a positive statement about your ability and/or determination to tackle your
|As I work to become all that I can be, to accomplish all that I am capable of, I will |
remember that quiet contemplation is necessary to recharge my spiritual, ... As I
go through my day, I will stop to examine whether I am being efficient or frenetic.
|I have no heart, no brain – no organs at all. I am not capable of being hit by a bus, |
or being burned in a fire. These are all physical attributes, and if substance
dualism is true, I have no physical attributes – not even spatial location: if
Christina Leibold Sieloff, Maureen A. Frey RN, PhD - 2007 - 336 pages
|Self is all that I am. I am a whole person. Self is what I think of me and what I am |
capable of being and doing. Self is subjective in that it is what I think I should be
or would like to be. (p. 26) Within integration theory, there is the notion of the two.
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