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|Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von That is the true season of love; when we believe |
that we alone can love, that no one could ... one does their duty as an individual
and if each one works in their own proper vocation, it will be right with the whole.
|QuotationsBook.com. long-term survival. Now if they had formed a task force to |
study the Trojan Horse and report back to a committee, everyone wouldn't have
been massacred. ... Engst, Adam C. A computer will not make a good manager
out of a bad manager. It makes a good manager better faster ... Fuller, R.
Buckminster If each one does their duty as an individual and if each one works in
their own proper vocation, it will be right with the whole. - Goethe, Johann
Wolfgang Von Who ...
|Unknown IF EACH ONE DOES THEIR DUTY AS AN INDIVIDUAL AND IF EACH |
ONE WORKS IN THEIR OWN PROPER VOCATION, IT WILL BE RIGHT WITH
THE WHOLE. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 1749—1832, German Playwright,
|This year we are planning to bring Vocational Service down to earth in simple, |
practical terms — so that all of you may be able to ... Rotarians believe that
practicing the highest concept of Vocational Service in their work creates good
and lasting ... will go to one of the city's largest department stores; and doctors
and dentists will go to the faculty offices of their own ... Apply these questions, if
you will, to the whole realm of Vocational Service in the areas of your business or
|Every individual should bear in mind, that he is sent into this world to act a part in |
it. And though ... If he does not expect that one talent should be as productive as
five, yet to a single talent at proportionable responsibility is annexed. He who ...
|Moreover, individuals can exercise their talents and practice their vocations only |
within the community as an ... Searching for a warrantable vocation requires one
to look for signs of God's Providence in one's own life or to follow where God is
leading. ... If it seems warranted, one may even pursue a calling against
opposition from the community. ... guidance in all ways, and he works comfortably
and cheerfully in the knowledge that the fruits of one's labor belong to God (CC
|jury good, as they have a reference to him ; the streams must revert back to their |
fountain, ma rays must converge ... If love of God be the governing principle, thig
powerful spring will actuate all the movements of the rational machine. ... touched
on the side of their passions, they start eagerly, march rapidly, aud are full of
confidence in their own strength. ... He rejects no duty, which comes within the
sphere of his calling, nor does he think the work he is employed in a good one, if
|service is inherent in the Six Objects of Rotary; it runs through them all like a |
thread of gold. Basing our whole ideal of Rotary service, as we do, upon our
acceptance of these Six Objects, finely conceived and nobly ... Vocational service
is of the very fibre of Rotary. ... In the larger view of God and humanity what does
it matter if this one or that one makes a profit ... for us by our fathers, there is room
for improvement in every business, and if we will not admit it about our own
business, we ...
|It will give us the power to base all our education on the one indestructible truth |
on which alone education can be built. ... To all so-called "free elective systems,"
which are not systems at all, we must promptly say "goodbye" and "good
riddance. ... be advanced at least a sufficient distance on the right road to make it
their own sole responsibility, and not ours, if they ... duty, not without the power to
overcome chaotic disintegration by a definite organization in which the individual
will be ...
|In every rational contemplation of the question of a divine call — as for the |
substance of it — the whole pastoral work to which the individual may be looking,
must be, in some good degree, properly conceived of both by himself ...
singleness of mind, and as the great business of life — the solemn, nay awful
duties of the Pastor's office,— and that as one who ... this vocation as under the
divine requirement; and its existence is assumed as real in every favourable
decision rendered by the ...