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|Anger always comes from frustrated expectations. Unhappiness is best defined |
as the difference between our talents and our expectations. Life... It tends to
respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations. If you must, today
|Expect your every need to be met. ... Caddy, Eileen For, he that expects nothing |
shall not be disappointed, but he that expects much -- if he lives and uses that in
hand ... It tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations.
|Great. Expectations! Our environment, the world in which we live and work, is a |
mirror of our attitudes and expectations. ... Life tends to respond to our outlook. It
shapes itself to meet our expectations, which are birthed in our consciousness.
|outlook. Everyone has his or her own philosophy about how to live. Let grace |
guide your personal outlook on life. You'll ... In short, grace teaches us how to live
. Life.... It tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations.
|"Life is too short to spend your precious time trying to convince a person who |
wants to live in gloom and doom otherwise. Give lifting that ... Unknown "Life
tends to respond to our outlook, to shape itself to meet our expectations." Rich
|LIFE TENDS TO RESPOND TO OUR OUTLOOK, TO SHAPE ITSELF TO MEET |
OUR EXPECTATIONS. RICH DEVOS .j s i г. а.
|But incense of the spirit — to distill From hour to hour the cassia and the nard Of |
fragrant life, his praises to fulfill ? ... In that meeting in New York in 1874, one of
the subjects was " The Relation of the Church to other Christian Bodies," and
another ... who pleaded in a noble way for a " strong, earnest, manly, and
intelligent defense " of the " citadel of our religion ... The student of religion,"
exclaimed the Bishop, " takes the wrong road when he prefers the pursuit after
truth to the truth itself.
|The structure of government within the nation state, as now organized, is unlikely |
to survive in its present form. It evolved in response to circumstances very
different from those that now exist and, as is evident, it is proving itself ... views,
culture and outlook that could be said to represent its way of life as embodied in
the consensus on which its society worked. ...... and a complete reordering of our
priorities would fail miserably to begin to meet our expectations for the world of
|Corporal punishment in the public Schools being quite a live subject in several of |
our cities just now, the papers are ... a meeting to express sympathy with the
policy of Prince Bismarck in his oPposltion to Rome, said in his reply: I conceive
that ... At present the western cngineers' strike is in that questionable shape
which leaves the spectator doubtful as to the final result. ... It is now said that the
company made the move in the full expectation that a reduction of wages would
be resisted ...
|They arise from the conflict between concern for saving our physical environment |
from the irreversible effects of pollution ... hold the key to saving, not destroying,
the environment as we grow to meet the human demands ahead, Seaborg
maintains. ... He suggests the answer to this requirement is the fission reactor,
especially in the form of the liquid metal fast breeder. ... power development in a
developing country, Yugoslavia, and the outlook for nuclear energy in the Soviet