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|Ronald Reagan We love our world, or at least we all should, so we should also |
love all humans on this planet, we are all in this ride together and we will not get
far ifwe keep leaving others in the dark There is a lot of love in this world and
|He who loves his country because it is his interest to do so, and because he must |
unavoidably suffer in all the calamities that befal the state, imposes not only on
himself, if he imagine that he speaks the truth, but also on his countrymen, if they
be credulous enough to believe him. ... As for the argument, that we should love
our countrymen, because they are our countrymen, and our country because it is
|Man has bought brains, but all the millions in the world have failed to buy love. |
Man has subdued bodies, but all the ... —Doris Day, actor and animal advocate If
we love our country, we should also love our countrymen. —Ronald Reagan,
|It is one's own personal, selfish happiness that one seeks, earns, and derives |
from love. - Rand, Ayn If we love our country, we should also love our countrymen
. - Reagan, Ronald He [Freud] often said three things were impossible
|If we love our country, we should also love our countrymen. —Ronald Reagan |
Just after ten pm, Jack quietly eased the twenty-seven foot fishing boat out of the
slip. Jack made sure no one saw him and the dog leave. The rain pounded down,
|So in your discussions of the nuclear freeze proposals, I urge you to beware the |
temptation of pride -- the temptation blithely to declare yourselves above it all and
... Reagan, Ronald If we love our country, we should also love our countrymen.
|Ronald Reagan “If we love this country, we should also love our countryman.” |
Ronald Reagan “Governments view of the economy could be summed up in a
few short phrases; if it moves tax it, if it keeps moving regulate it. And if it stops
|And the love which we bear to our country quickens our sense of those political |
obligations on the efficacy of which not only the renown, but the safety also of
every nation must depend. ... I will answer his question, even if it should contain a
hidden snare, which I do not believe. ... second, that it arises from the social
instinct innate in man, and is a sort of progressive development of filial love; third,
that Providence has ordained that we should love our countrymen more than we
love the ...
|She should know how to prepare the most wholesome food for the family. We see |
in China that a great many persons die or become sick from improper food.
Moreover, a man's ... How can we say that we love our country if we do not love
our homes? To love our country is to love and help every one of our countrymen,
and this is begun at home. Therefore if we ... All of the while that she is caring for
their bodies she is also influencing their minds, their manners, and their morals.
She is ...
|Love is the mark by which our Saviour says his disciples are to be distinguished ; |
and, throughout the New Testament, the ... It is agreeable to nature and reason,
that we should cultivate those affections which we are able to gratify. We love
them most who are nearest to us: our affections correspond to our powers, and
we also love our countrymen ... and when we read in the Scriptures this precept, '
love your brethren,' we may well understand it, ' love your country :' this enlarged