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|Chamfort, Sebastien-Roch Nicolas De Nothing which has entered into our |
experience is ever lost. - Channing, William Ellery There is a sort of veteran
woman of condition, who, having lived always in the grand monde, and having
possibly had ...
|After I asked Bobbi about the letter, I explained why it was so important to me. Her |
head fell ... William Ellery Channing, the nineteenth-century Unitarian preacher,
wrote: “Nothing which has entered into our experience is ever lost.” The food ...
|671 Ever since the Reform Bill broke down the barrier of the Conservative |
interests in the state — ever since Schedule A opened a fatal breach in the old
rampart which stayed the waves of revolution — we have never ceased to predict
, that all the great ... of the shelter of that steady bulwark, they would all
experience the utmost difficulty in saving themselves from destruction. All our
warnings were lost.
|Nothing we have ever done has made us less than we are, have always been |
and will always be. ... Somewhere along the line we have had to be greedy to
experience greed; to be murderous to experience murder; and so on. ... We did
not enter this world to pay for the sins of another lifetime or to amass great
material wealth or to gain professional status to ... of manifestation, to gain
wisdom and to move towards the re- discovery of what we have lost touch with –
our divine inner Self.
Steven F. Hick, Thomas Bien - 2010 - 240 pages
|Without the energy of joy, it is difficult to withstand the withering attacks of our |
problems in living. ... It is the difference between a plant that has been well
watered the day before and is then exposed to the hot sun, and one that has
received no water. ... our sadness as just sadness with nothing extra added, our
anger as just anger, even our happiness and peace as just ... thoughts, so
equanimity teaches us to enter into our clients' painful experience without getting
lost or overwhelmed.
|From them the proposition to us appeared respectful and friendly; from us to them|
, it could scarcely have been made, ... in the novelty of their situation, and in the
spirit of deference to our experience, they would be pleased to have the ...
Nothing was ever lost by kind treatment. ... as a monument of the principles, in
relation to commerce and maritime warfare. with which our country entered upon
her career ...
|They are our brothers and sisters who are actually sinking in the depths, and who |
have reached the place of no hope, like ... her lifetime of unbridled dissipation—
as pitiful a bit of human wreckage as was ever cast up by the waves of that great
sea of ... the very wicked that Jesus gave himself— for such manifestly lost souls
as drift into a present-day mission in our slums. ... And so, although we may be
unable to enter into the rapturous experience of Paul, we also are bound to Jesus
|Incredibly, the suffering inherent in our detachment from Source will be the |
impetus that can take us beyond ourselves once we ... You will continue to suffer
in a prison you alone have constructed and live in constant fear of losing. ... We
all have some sense of who we are based on our past and current circumstance
and have labeled our experience of life in ... if you are to ever realize your true
nature, then you must incorporate the wisdom of higher knowledge into your
psyche and so ...
|He has been speaking a limited word, and unless your consciousness reaches a |
level higher than the one from which he has been thinking, you will do him no
good. In ... or whether we think of those lesser creations which we would like to
project upon the screen of our moving experience. We all desire to enter into a
greater degree of livingness. There is nothing wrong about this. ... for we shall
have discovered that God has never been absent from our lives for one single