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|Perfection is the best excuse Our aspirations are our possibilities Positive |
attitudes create positive people. Clinical features Complications Pain Hiccough
Regurgitation Cardiac abnormality Gangrene of stomach Perforation into the ...
|The key is to release any attachment to the inferior thing or way of living and |
embrace the greater good. Sounds so simple and obvious, but few people
understand and apply this. Our aspirations are our possibilities. —Robert
|Career Counseling in Italy: From Placement to Vocational Realization 291 |
Orientamento in Italia: Dall'inserimento lavorativo alla realizzazione
professionale Salvatore Soresi and Laura Nota 20. “Our Aspirations Are Our
Possibilities”: Growth ...
|Everyday, help us to discover our true selves and exhibit it to others to the glory of |
God". The Twelfth Month THE WORDS: "Our Aspirations Are Our Possibilities".
Webster's Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary defines Aspiration as "strong ...
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|70 horizons, regions and lands without limit... At the same time we are situated in |
very particular conditions. We live on the Latin American continent full of
contradictions – a dark tunnel for our aspirations; a closed horizon to our
|We frequently begin to learn about our possibilities by imitating others as they are |
realizing their possibilities. ... or lesser control, to make our lives good, we find
our aspirations and opportunities defined by the conventional possibilities our ...
|We frequendy begin to learn about our possibilities by imitating others as they |
are realizing their possibilities; but ... or lesser control, to make our lives good, we
find our aspirations and opportunities defined by the conventional possibilities
|... of other possibilities to sharpen our political imagination" and that, as a result of |
our givens and these other possibilities, ... 31 If our aspirations can be discovered
, in part, by examining our present practices, then the thoughts of those who ...
|tradition. We fail genuinely to appropriate and develop our true historical identity. |
... is that identity is never formed apart from personal responses to what has been
given to us, to our present possibilities, and to our aspirations for the future.
|Reverence is the experience of the inviolability of what is unique, in its |
possibilities of excelling. ... Reverence is owed the things that perfect us and our
own possibilities of choosing perfection, our own possibilities of virtue, of wisdom,
courage, moderation, and justice. ... The twin of proper reverence is proper
irreverence, which recognizes the gap between our aspirations and our
achievements and, ...