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|Proverb, Persian What a fool does in the end, the wise do in the beginning. - |
Proverb, Spanish A spoon does not know the taste of soup, nor a learned fool the
taste of wisdom. - Proverb, Welsh In life, each of us must sometimes play the fool.
|But if the law of reversed effect is true, then there must also be a fool within each |
of us, just waiting to be liberated. If we really want to fill our lives with laughter
and play, then it is not enough to find a fool or two to hang around with
|None is a fool always, every one sometimes. ... silly conduct of our dearest |
friends 1 and is there not in the mind of each of us a lurking recollection of one or
two occasions in our own lives when we happened to play the fool ourselves 1
Heather Godsey, Lara Blackwood Pickrel - 2010 - 144 pages
|The Games We Play And so go the games we play to fool ourselves that we are |
in control. Sometimes it looks like a numbers game: counting calories and fat
grams; worshiping digits on the scale. ... and the successful life; the body that will
bring us our best self; the body that will bring us a life worth living; the body that
will redeem our existence. ... Before we can cash in on the promise of that perfect
body, we must first believe our body makes us lazy, unhappy, and unsuccessful.
|Without judging any individual man's life with too great severity, for charity is the |
highest form of justice no less than of mercy, do we not all of us, must we not
each of us, recognize that integrity is the crying need of the day? Now, what is
|needs to realize that there will be a day when each of us will stand before our |
Lord and we will be accountable for the ... You have worked hard to convince
yourself that it's no big deal and has had no longterm affect on your life. ... life to.
We need to be serious about this eventuality and not ignore it or think that we will
live in the forgiveness of Christ every day and play him as a fool. Our Lord is not a
foolówe are the ones who sometimes make foolish choices and then must live
with the ...
|And yes I think the world is fair in some strange fucked up way each of us must |
earn a crust and each must pay his way each of us must learn the price of all the
things we value each of us must do what s right and each of us must carry the ...
|You fool no-one but yourself. ... A balance between play and study will enable |
each of us to expand and enjoy life to a greater extent whilst at the ... Let us
assume that we agree that we must study in order to improve ourselves, whether
that improvement is of a ... Sometimes the students do not always understand the
methods of the teacher, perhaps not readily agreeing that the methods used are
- 64 pages
|ARY OSKINEGHISH is a 13-year-old Indian girl who is spending her life flat on |
her back in a hospital in Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada. She has ... Sometimes when
I see people in this condition I wonder what would be my attitude if I too were in a
similar condition. Would I feel ... For I suppose that each of us in this worried
world must feel a sense of feebleness. ... How does a symphony come to pass
except as a composite of the instruments of □ c t f t □ the respective play- ^ ers?
|56 CHARACTER defined as a function: Doctor, Student, Fool, Nurse; or as a |
moral quality: Sin, Greed, Honour, Pride; ... They assume a life outside the play
and this leads each of us to vary in our perception of a character since we each
discover or invent different elements in the life of that character which is 'hidden'.
... The spectator of a play must take, on the whole, what is given by the actor. ...
Sometimes this takes a great deal of *rehearsal time and no actor is ever fully in