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|TOASTMASTER TOLERANCE When a toastmaster is original, he is dull in a new |
way. TODAY ... for you today. Being foolish today makes it easier to be wiser
tomorrow. ... tolerant of the principles of other people if you have none of your
|Is it moral to disregard something which in light of our principles is perceived to |
be a sin? As Herbert Samuel noted, "It is easy to be tolerant of the principles of
other people if you have none of your own." Following Peter Nicholson, a few
2004 - 206 pages
|R.C. Samsel "It is easy to be tolerant of the principles of other people if you have |
none of your own." Herbert Samuel "Be more concerned with your character than
with your reputation. Your character is what you really are, while your reputation ...
|Thomas Jefferson It is easy to be tolerant of the principles of other people if you |
have none of your own. — Sir Herbert Samuel Even as a labourer is worthy of his
hire, the hire is equally worthy of the labour. Both must serve the object of the ...
|On the Socialist State and human relations in industry : You cannot expect much |
mother-love from an incubator. The proof of the ... It is easy to be tolerant of the
principles of other people, if you have none of your own. People who never do
|As a matter of fact he did not paint a very large number of pictures : he was too |
busy doing other things — he was a sculptor as .... But it is very easy to be
tolerant of other people's principles if you have none of your own, and I think that
this is ...
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|I do not believe, as I have said before, in any of the quack remedies, in any of the |
swift and easy routes to success and ... Since words mean different things to
different people, let me see if I can explain what tolerance means to me. ... It
means an understanding which allows for some other point of view than our own,
— a soft, charitable bent of the mind which has come ... You will find one ardent
partisan condemning his opponent as an idiot, a scoundrel and a man of loose
|It is easy to be tolerant of the principles of other people if you have none of your |
own. - Samuel, Herbert Whenever you hold a fellow creature in distress,
remember that he is a man. - Seneca When tolerance is not afforded to those so ...
|Also, there are other people who are not medical students. It seems hard to |
believe at first, but it is a fact none the less. ... There you will be taken at the
estimation of your fellows and not at your own ; not by any means the same thing.
Cultivate, if you can, a tolerance for the views of those who do not have the goad
fortune to be your colleagues ; allow some ... It will be easy to bear in mind that
the hospital could not continue in its present state for one day without its unpaid