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|Such is the state of life, that none are happy but by the anticipation of change: the |
change itself is nothing; when we have made it, the next wish is to change ...
Kearney Many deceive themselves, imagining they'll find happiness in change.
|Kempis, Thomas Wherever you go, you will always bear yourself about with you, |
and so you will always find yourself. - Kempis, Thomas He ... Kempis, Thomas
Many deceive themselves, imagining they'll find happiness in change. - Kempis ...
|If one that is once or twice warned will not give over, contend not with him: but |
commit all to God, that His will may be done, and ... in bearing with the defects
and infirmities of others, of what sort soever they be ; for that thyself also hast
many failings ... Many have deceived themselves, imagining to find happiness in
|Go wherever you will, but you will still find no rest except in humble subjection |
under the government of a superior. Many have deceived themselves, imagining
they would find happiness in change. 2. It is true that everyone readily does that ...
C. Narasimham - 1970 - Snippet view
|Glory not in wealth if you have it, nor in friends because they are powerful, but in |
God who gives all things, and who desires to give Himself ... Go whither you will,
you shall find no rest, but in humble subjection under the Government of a
superior. Many have deceived themselves, imagining to find happiness in
|Throughout this book, Harris argues that there is more to understanding reality than science and secular culture generally allow, and that how we pay attention to the present moment largely determines the quality of our lives.|
|Men are often called what they are not; but God never calls any what they are not. |
... At last some young men asked, " And will the bandage always be on our eyes
? ... Many have deceived themselves, imagining to find happiness in change.
|Yet it is certain likewise, that many of our miseries are merely comparative: we |
are often made unhappy, not by the presence of ... and which neither reason nor
fancy would have prompted us to wish, did we not see it in the possession of
others. ... perhaps, it will be found, that of many imagined blessings it may be
doubted, whether he that wants or possesses them ... for changing place, but that
they go in quest of company as idle and as vagrant as themselves, always
endeavouring to ...
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