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|Yes, I have used these gifts to expand upon them through my education and |
experience, and I am being a good ... It is my responsibility in turn to use these
gifts for the good of others in my job. ... “It is well to think well; it is divine to act
|JUST in proportion as a man becomes good, divine, Christ-like, he passes out of |
the region of theorising, of system building, and hireling service, into the region of
beneficent activity. It is well to think well. It is divine to act well. No. 732*1 ...
|must think of their decisions to assert the truth to us as subordinate to their |
calculations as to the overall ... Further, even if act-utilitarians are willing to tell
lies when it is for the overall good to do so, the limitedness of their ... The short-
term negative effects of lying are clear to see — often such lies have detrimental
effects on the deceived, and on the deceiver as well — but the benefits are in the
|English proverb “It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning |
in the hand.” — Native American proverb “It is well to think well; it is Divine to act
well.” — Horace Mann “Our acts our angels are, of good or ill, our fatal shadows ...
|Just in proportion as a man becomes good, divine, Christlike, he passes out of |
the region of theorizing, of system-building and hireling service into the region of
beneficent activities. It is well to think well : it is divine to act well. — Horace Mann
|May we be constantly watchful and thoroughly obedient, helpful to one another in |
all good, and in no wise doubting to ... a failure, as it always is when not lived in
obedience to the divine law. ... It is well to think well; it is divine to act well.
|Guthrie. The greatest pleasure I know is to do to good action by stealth, and to |
have it found out by accident. — Lamb. Beneficence is a duty ; and he who ... -It is
good to think well ; it is divine to act well. — H. Mann. It is no great part of the
|Hence it is that some can think well, and speak well, but yet cannot write well ; |
this * The Author's words are ... with us, is applied in common conversation
indiscriminately as well to express an act of the understanding as of the will,
which is a ...
|The ability that makes up our discernment is our ability to differentiate and think, |
so we call it “rationality.” The ability that makes up our volition is our ability freely
to do these things—think, and therefore speak and act as well—as long as they ...