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|“Chance, fate, nurturing an inner preparedness for change and direction — how |
can one disentangle them?” Sigmund Freud “Chance ... Terence “Nobody owes
anybody a living, but everybody is entitled to a chance.” — Jack Dempsey “One ...
|Nobody owes anybody a living, but everybody is entitled to a chance. - Dempsey, |
Jack Chance fights ever on the side of the prudent. - Euripides Do not always
prove yourself to be the one in the right. The right will appear. You need only give
|Here, then, is the next Bible mystery we will explore: How can a loving God send |
anyone to Hell? Isn't there a ... By slandering God in this way, they think they
have proved that they are justified in rejecting Him and living their lives as they
please. Does God have to give everybody a chance to be saved? Must God ... Isn
't he entitled to some of your money? Aren't you ... that God owes mercy to no one
. But in case ... We all have a claim on justice, but no one has a claim on mercy.
So it is ...
|When they come in here they have the chance to do right and there is no excuse |
for them not to, but it looks like every one of them who ... People move in here
with a chip on their shoulder against the white man and against anybody who
has any kind of authority, so they try to take it out on everybody and everything. ...
and try to make something out of themselves, both the project and the world
would be a better place to live in. Our people have got to realize nobody owes
them a thing.
|Since officials are subject to immediate recall, there is little chance that a new "|
managerial class" will arise. As an added safeguard, Bellamy assures us that
workers in the year 2000 unquestionably retain the right to strike, "and if the ...
through compulsion, but in the new spirit of solidarity that has replaced the
competitive and exploitative spirit of the plutocratic age. ... In the new society,
Nobody owes anybody, or is owed by anybody, or has any contract with anybody
(Bellamy 1897, p.
|They know that 's the last chance, but they 're certainly not going to tcll anybody |
about it beforehand, any more than you would. And, if you decide to come, no
one will know about it until you are safe inside the works. ... “The union makes
mistakes,” said Collins, “jest like the bosses an' everybody else, but we got to
stick to the union. It don't help any to smash it.” “ All right, Collins,” retumed Brown
, as he was leaving, “the job will be waiting for you Monday, but that will be the
|The pain will be awful, but I can dull it some with a shot of morphine. My hunch is |
he'll pass out ... We said we'd see he had a chance to live his life to the hilt
everyday...even if the road was rough, we'd ride it out. He deserves to be out
|She might not have been hungry for the bread, but Sonya was eyeballing a few of |
the animals running around in the village. ... “You owe me an explanation—how
peaceful villagers came to be dragon hunters.” “Forgive me, King. You're
absolutely right,” the villager said as he pulled up a stump and sat down. ... We
live out here, free from anyone's rule. We like to live life our way. ... “No one
knows what happened, but to Bragnaugh, it was another chance to make things
go his way.
|But the question arises, Doesn't such a highly arbitrary procedure imply injustice |
on God's part? ... He owes no one anything. ... The gospel is the proclamation
that God himself has done everything required to provide a right standing for
humans. ... had said that anyone who did all the law commanded would live by it
(10:5), but the obvious problem is that no one can ... Then came Israel's excuse, “
We did not have a chance to hear. ... You all heard but not everyone responded” (
|This is the book that people will still be reading a generation from now, as we read Galbraith's brilliant analysis of the Great Depression. From the Hardcover edition.|