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- Gurdjieff Society of Washington DC "Conditions of Inner Work"
|W LQUOTATIONS No two on earth in all things can agree. All have some daring |
singularity. —Sir Winston Church 11/3 Agreeing to disagree is a way oi giving up
—an admission that neither one oi us has the slzills, courage, or tenacity to worlz
|I have never accepted what many people have kindly said-namely that I inspired |
the nation. Their will was resolute and ... Churchill, Winston No two on earth in all
things can agree. All have some daring singularity. - Churchill, Winston I have ...
|Chamberlain, Neville You can get assent to almost any proposition so long as |
you are not going to do anything about it. - Chapman, John Jay No two on earth
in all things can agree. All have some daring singularity. - Churchill, Winston Too
|2. Every thing. Then shall wo he news cramm'd. — All the better: we shall be the |
more remarkable. Slinks. Up with my ... Deserted by all. The causes were of no
small moment, which have thus bemasked your singular beauty under so ...
Detested by all. Will you again unknit This churlish knot of all -abhorred war? -
Shakspeare, Hen. IF. P. I. All-admiring. ... Why may k not be free for me to break
out into an higher strain, and under it [the philosophy of Plato] to touch upon
some points of ...
|The weather has been so bad daring the past week that I have had no chance of |
examining it. ... It took about two seconds to pass, and, judging from the slow
motion of its wings, I should say it was a rather large biid. ... It was not without
some specific purpose that I ventured to trouble you about the moon's motions (
query 12753, p. ... In order to have any repetition of the weather, it is above all
things necessary to have a cycle in which the moon returns to the same positions
|'I here lS no real being that the name Destiny can agree to. ... men, not daring on |
the one side, to impute to providence the evils and misfortunes that besel them,
as they imagined undeservedly ; and on the ... A thing passes from pffi- to non-
zss, either by corruption, when nothing of the substance is lost, but only the
accidents, viz. the disposition of ... Eustathius on Mmefs Iliad, Lib IV. assures us,
that instead of two, they had sometimes four, or six horses, all abrest ; and would
jump from ...
|There is no real being that the name Destirzy can agree to. ... But men, not daring |
on the one side, to impute to providcnce the evils and misfortunes that befel them,
as they ... A thing passes from ss to non-sse, either by corruption, when nothing of
the substance is lost, but only the accident-s, viz. ... IV. assures us, that instead of
two, they had sometimes sour, or six horses, all abreast : and would jump from
the first to .... Heavy bodies have a Determination towards the centre of the earth.
|Subsequently he says: "A man gives up his natural right, for when divers men |
having right not only to all things else, but toone ... Zoroaster's religion of a divine
being, one and indivisible, but with two sides, is, to my mind, a more
philosophical conception. ... Huxley has recently, in a paper in the Nineteenth
Century, anticipated some points should have adverted to as to the ... Thus, this
earth is daily causing a bombardment of itself by drawing smaller bodies-met-
eorites—to it ; ' Lecture ...
|But all acknowledge God to be absolutely and infinitely perfect, in whom all |
pcrfoctions imaginable, which are simply ... if five were con. tained in six, by the
same reason, in five will be contained four; in four, three; in three, two; and in two,
one. ... to the Triad, the Tetrad and the Ennead, some singular properties of the
first and last of which are well known, no doubt, ... Dr. Oliver's text undisturbed:
but we see no reason why the services of some competent scholar should not
have been ...
|M. Renouvier has not shrunk from giving much thought and labour to what seems |
at first sight an inadequate object, and ... His historical, or rather unhistorical,
romance has a real and solid interest which one could scarcely have expected. ...
manuscript and its owners have a distinct bearing on his general plan ; but we
conceive that some abridgment of these ... a land where secular common sense
and morality have long since, and once for all, as it may be hoped, got the upper