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|Proverb Truth fears nothing but concealment. - Proverb Better suffer for the truth |
than proper in a falsehood. - Proverb, Danish A truth spoken before its time is
dangerous. - Proverb, Greek It is the truth that irritates a person. - Proverb,
Spanish If ...
|TRUTH. AND. DARE. Dare. 6. “If there is anything that we wish to change in |
others, we should first examine it and see ... You may discover that someone's
personality flaw or obnoxious behavior which irritates or angers you is something
|Without a common foundation of truth and absolutes, our culture will become |
weak and fragmented. I must admit, however, that there ... It is not an absolute
truth that the identical sound causes irritation to all people. This is one way of
|Collects an array of disheartening truths and unhappy observations drawn from the author's work, including "siblings who claim to get along all the time are most definitely hiding something."|
|A person who is doing what the Word says, “Go and make disciples. ... I have |
found it very irritating, when a person, because he knows more than you,
continue to barrage you with what he knows and rarely gives you a chance to
|The Cancerous condition commences when the system is not able to throw off .its |
wastes, yet a person in this condition ... The location of the Cancerous growth is
determined by irritation; that is, it appears at the location weakened by injury or ...
|Since we should promote the happiness of other people and since happiness - |
especially of scholars - depended heavily ... of truth, which had to be defended.
124 Truth was not, however, a fixed set of dogmas that should never be
|Therefore, God's role, His succor, and His support in the latter case are very |
crucial: no man can say "I am going to be a good ... Further, a man not only
cannot listen, but is irritated by being constantly reminded of the truth; this
irritation, when ...
|P's attempts to dominate others count toward his being a domineering person, |
regardless of what other sorts of occurrences accompany ... If it is not an analytic
truth that M's count toward the attribution of T, then they can so count only through
being in fact regularly connected ... Suppose, e.g., that we construe an emotional
state, like being irritated at x, as having at its core a state of autonomic arousal of
|If we were to pull apart every cell and look into each, we could never find a |
person's consciousness because it is entirely ... because it inherently points
towards an intelligent designer to explain the unexplainable (and this truth
irritates them ...