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|Extending far beyond textual readings, she instead tells the stories of individual people, treating them with respect, but with a critical lens as well.|
|When our partners complain that we are not sharing ourselves with them, it can |
be hard to understand what they mean. It does not ... Often it is a matter of
withholding less and learning how to communicate more meaningfully in a
relationship. ... Rather than touch these feelings we often react defensively or
angrily. We do ...
|Others are not so afflicted as we, then they have less experience of God's |
gracious power than we. ... We should look to others as good as ourselves, as
well as to ourselves, and then we shall see it is not our own case only. ... shall not
grace teach us to draw even out of the bitterest cofldition something to better our
souls ? we learn to tame all creatures, even the wildest, that we may bring them
to our use ...
|Instead why not ship tiny embryos, in the care of a competent biologist who could |
grow them into people, cows, pigs ... Later we learn that Dr. Steward, who has
been working with modes of nonsexual reproduction also imagines creating ...
|All of us are different in important ways, and a skill a good friend must have is the |
ability to recognize those differences and be ... This is one reason we do not love
any two friends in exactly the same way. ... In friendship we learn that in order to
love and care for another we must see them as someone other than ourselves.
|To know that you are living life to the very best of your ability? How much does it |
... special function. We all matter and the way we feel matters much more than we
know. We can never know all there is about ourselves, at least not in this lifetime.
... We do not learn by our mistakes, we repeat them and repeat them over and
over again, even when we know that really we ought to know better. Little by little,
|We are moving deeper into ourselves, and so our souls are closer to and more |
infused with the goodness of True Nature. Being more deeply in touch with
ourselves just feels better than not being in touch. ... In the course of working on
ourselves, we learn in time that when we stay on the surface of ourselves, which
is to say ...
|third entity of pure light, which is not tainted by need and is a pure gift of light to |
give to the world. With The Devil, it is the pride of the intellect we are looking at
more than anything else. ... If we learn to love other human beings more than we
love ourselves, then we wake up and become aware of how much we take out of
|We constantly compare ourselves with others as the way we form our male |
conception of self. What counts is that we are doing 'better' than others, not what
we are doing. In this way, we learn to discount our activities, undermining