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|—Kevin Welch Life is not a matter of place, things or comfort: rather, it concerns |
the basic human rights of family, country, justice and human dignity. — Imelda
Marcos Do not fear death so much, but rather the inadequate life. — Bertolt
|Mansfield, Katherine Life is not a matter of place, things or comfort; rather, it |
concerns the basic human rights of family, country, justice and human dignity. -
Marcos, Imelda We have committed the Golden Rule to 47.
|HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW 11 807-82), U.S. port. Elegiac Verse, si. 7|
. 31 Life is not a matter ot" place, things or comfort; rather, it concerns the basic
human rights of family, country, justice and human dignity. IMELDA MARCOS (b.
|Life is not a matter of place, things or comfort; rather, it concerns the basic human |
rights of family, country, freedom, justice and human dignity. Imelda Romualdez
Marcos Honolulu, Hawaii Defending Benton What a mean-spirited, ill-tempered ...
|the Providence that governi the world; the result* of causes do not uuually take |
place tare where all the causes co-operate. ... well-regulated family life, respect
for religion and justice, the moderation and equal allocation of public taxes, the
progress ... And the more that is done for the benefit of the working classes by the
general laws of the country, the less need will .... upon their workmen which were
unjust, or degraded them with conditions repugnant to their dignity as human
Francis Ellingwood Abbot, William James Potter, Benjamin Franklin Underwood - 1879 - Read - More editions
|If young people see that men and women who openly violate the principles of |
honesty, justice, and virtue go without public ... If so, it will peril every pure life,
every bright hope, every Impulse for good, every ideal that brings comfort to the
human heart, ... That in doing this it violates the sacred rights of man, and makes
an unjustifiable raid into that realm over which the .... about some other world, —
is his concern, not mine or yours ; upon these matters no one has a right to
|Having accorded in this view, they first disperse themselves as missionaries over |
the whole country, preaching patriotism. ... The hearty recognition of human
brotherhood, and the aspiration after true relations with God and ... and hence
they deduce the conclusion that we need not concern ourselves in the least
about discovering the laws of a true ... With the theory of happiness, comfort
being assigned as the principal aim of life, we shall make egoistical men,
worshippers of matter, ...
|WHETHER the "intelligent foreigner" who has his eye on all the organic |
phenomena of the British national life is likely to take too much or too little note of
the University Boat- race, may be a difficult matter to decide. ... There is a sense
of human sisterhood in beholding her difficulties in the third-person style of
composition ; her wild and despairing attempts to discriminate the personal ... I
did not wish to crush her last chance of getting a place, and therefore I gave her
|PUT YOUR ENERGY into achievement today rather than into regrets tomorrow. ... |
The earliest use of water in expanding the scope of human action was in serving
as lines of communication — a use that enabled men to seek the most eligible ...
|No mat ter," said Beaujolais, " no matter, if I should perish, I shall at least have the |
consolatien of once more ... in the world and know ledge of human nature, his
numerous accomplishments, and his calmness and resignation under the ...
unjust persecutions, at once excited the warmest sympathy on the part of the
Sicilian family, and secured their lasting admiration. ... and the story of the fond
attachment of these i 11 us - trious companions in the journey of life, is not less
romantic than ...