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|4 To punish a man because he has committed a crime, or because he is believed|
, though unjustly, to have committed a ... You have only to persevere to save
yourselves. ... 4 Personality is only ripe when a man has made the truth his own.
|there is a deeper problem to be solved of “Where have I been, who am I, and |
what do I really want?” Personality “ Personality is only ripe when a man has
made the truth his own.” ––Soren Kierkegaard Whether we feel comfortable or ...
|The roof still looked sound, but the elements, wild animals, and insects were |
having their way with it. ... “I believe it was Soren Kierkegaard who said, '
Personality is only ripe when a man has made the truth his own',” Zeke
expounded. “You'll ...
|Kierkegaard, Soren Personality is only ripe when a man has made the truth his |
own. - Kierkegaard, Soren Philosophy always requires something more, requires
the eternal, the true, in contrast to which even the fullest existence as such is but
|He was a wide reader and had a tenacious memory ; but he spoke no language |
except his own, nor did he ... Two or three of them only have been translated into
other tongues — a few into German, and one — ' The Cry of a Lost Soul ... He
wrote mostly in the four-line ballad metre, which he often made not only effective,
but actually melodious. ... his poems, and was sometimes, though rarely, known
to repeat them aloud ; but his own personality was never a favorite theme with
|Arnold was a great critic, because he was a great mind; but his criticism is no |
more final than that of a lesser man. ... I think one might infer from Arnold that
poetic truth is some fixed and definite thing, like scientific truth, and that the old ...
Only be sure that it is our real mind, and not some whim or prejudice or half-ripe
opinion. ... It has been a labor of love, and he has made the work singularly his
|No man understood his own people and time so well; no man was so completely |
separated from all that was temporal and ... There is in every personality a native,
original, creative power. the only creative power in the world; the power which
fashions ... Whittier, the sweetness of New England; Tennyson, the ripe and
tender beauty of eastern and southern England. ... It was this beautiful spiritual
alliance between Tennyson and the lovely landscape about him which made him
such an ...
|Our interest' must be centered in getting the truth we have to teach firmly lodged |
in the mind and heart of those we teach. ... that what He spoke was not only
eternal and absolute truth; He also knew that there was that in man to which 'it
could appeal. And without forgetting the mystery of the Divine Personality of Him
who chose to call Himself the Son of Man, ... He warns heart God has made“ ' f 1:-
' Nicodemus of the futility of any inquiries about 5" '5 ,. the Kingdom until His eyes
|All men have the same right to reach the highest, but not all have the same power |
developed, some may reach it soon, others ... Each ripe acorn that falls from an
oak has the inherent capacity to develop into an oak ; but not each finds the same
... an universal principle if they were tied by the chains of personality; a soul
expanded, so that the prison-house of flesh ... by the realisation of the truth "
eaten from the tree of life and attained substantiality," f he can protect himself by
his own ...