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|Revealing the gift was expensive can sound egotistical. Admitting it was a |
bargain equally detracts from its value. Gift giving is not about the price tag. It is
about giving. “Love is, above all, the gift of oneself” (Jean Anouilh). Removing
|Creating. the. Safest. Place. on. Earth: Are. You. a. Comforting. Parent? Love is, |
above all, the gift of oneself. Jean Anouilh John Trent, a fellow psychologist and
good friend of ours, is well known for writing many helpful books. But of all the ...
|by others the great thing is to respect yourself. Only by that, only by self-respect |
will you compel others to respect you." "Love is, above all, the gift of oneself." -
Jean Anouilh (1910 - 1987). A remarkable book was published in 2006 entitled ...
|Love is, above all, the gift of oneself. Jean Anouilh twentieth-century French |
playwright We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give. Tata
Steel motto COMMUNITY AS A STAKEHOLDER The community in which the ...
|The number one reason to make and write REAL love notes is to let the person |
getting the note know you love them. ... time you spent caring about the person
who receives your note. f somebody ^\ Love is above all else, the gift of oneself.
|The author appeals to generous souls to offer themselves to God as a gift that is at once fitting and complete, for we thereby hold back nothing for ourselves.|
|“I'll tell you what I think of love, the greatest of all heavenly things” replied |
Angelina. “Love ... they seek the ultimate adventure, often risking all for that which
lies far and above the commonplace, that vision into paradise. ... it is the gift of
|It seems that a man cannot love God above all things by his natural powers alone|
, without grace. ... But to love God more than oneself is to tend to what is above
oneself. ... do such good as was natural to him by means of his natural power,
without any superadded gift of grace, though not without the help of God moving
|This love is the source of all good: from justification to holiness, from fraternal |
charity to intimate communion with God, ... Inasmuch as it is a gift, St. Paul points
it out as the one which is to be preferred and desired above all the charismatic
gifts: “I will show you a still more excellent way. ... walking and never moving—
you are wisdom, containing in yourself every treasure and remaining far from
|Objection 1: It would seem that without grace man cannot love God above all |
things by his own natural powers. ... But to love God above all things is to tend
above oneself. ... could by his natural power, do the good natural to him without
the addition of any gratuitous gift, though not without the help of God moving him.
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