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|Aurelius, Marcus Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, |
in your way of thinking. - Aurelius ... Bacon, Francis No man should think himself
a zero, and think he can do nothing about the state of the world. - Baruch ...
Wendy Toliver - 2005 - 511 pages
|Your own gift you can present every moment with the cumulative force of a whole |
life's cultivation; but of the adopted talent of another ... Henrik Ibsen No man
should think himself a zero, and think he can do nothing about the state of the
|No man should think himself a zero, and think he can do nothing about the state |
of the world. Bernard M. Baruch Regulatory agencies are supposed to serve the
taxpayers, who pay their wages through taxation. These same taxpayers vote for
|Henry Kissinger if you want work well done, select a busy man — the other kind |
has no time. —Elbert Hubbard. Influence. no man should think himself a zero,
and think he can do nothing about the state of the world. — Bernard M. Baruch
|For nought but light itself, itself can show, And only kings can write, what kings |
can do. ... clandestine appropriation of a thought which he borrowed, surely
without thinking himself disgraced, from an epigram of Plato ... It might be
expected that no man should suiter hiB heart to be inflamed with malice, but by
injuries ; that none should busy himself in contesting the ... Yet such is the state of
the world, that no sooner can any man emerge from the crowd, and fix the eyes of
the public upon ...
|For nought but light itself, itself can show, And only kings can write, what kuigs |
can do. ... And with yet more certainty may the same writer be censured for
endeavouring the clandestine appropriation of a thought which he borrowed,
surely without thinking himself disgraced, from an epigram of Plato: Tr) II'i'Mf/ rd
Kdrotrroov' Ivtl rottj jjitv QJIX iScXa, 0*1) a' rjv . ... Yet such is the state of the world,
that no sooner can any man emerge from the crowd, and fix the eyes of the public
upon him, ...
|\Vithottt their continued existence, we should be incapable of any tnoral action |
whatever. 2. ... Did not Christ Himself use them? ... [his Ii 0. 1. God does not, and
cannot, reasonably, require impossibilities ofmoral agents. '.2. his reasonable,
then, to think that we can do whatever He requires of us, and to expect to do it. ....
and yet, that no one can, progressive state of the world, and the progressive _ _ _
_ _ _ nature of religion, warrant and demand the belief In lhls life a"'(_\"_I "Q8 the
|There is nothing in which the folly of ungodly men doth more appear than in |
delaying their serious preparations for death. ... And he is scarce a man, much
less a christian, who believeth not that death will pass him into another state of
life. ... There they will soon see the truth of that word and that world which they
doubted of; and quickly feel what they must trust to ... And a man that loveth
himself should think, then, whither we must go next P. If we tell men, in preaching,
of things which ...
|No one is so foolish as to imagine that he is not to die, but most of us seem, with |
one consent, to resolve that we shall think ... Men live fools, and die as they have
lived, believing, hoping, fearing nothing respecting- a future state. ... he expected
relief, the sick man becomes anxious is to the event, and if the word " danger"
should li-op from the lips of his medical attendant, he eels as he had never done
before. ... Will any thinking man ever satisfy himself that his life has been faultless
John Henry Barrow - 1831
|With regard to what has been said on the case of Looker, I will now state most |
distinctly what I stated before, that the ... I make no charge against any man ; I
merely state circumstances which have come to my knowledge, and I have stated
nothing that I am not ... I repeat it, 1 challenge them and all the world to bring
forward one single instance in which I ever, on any occasion, ... I think he has told
us this night that sixteen or seventeen hundred persons have been tried under
the Special ...