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|Ralph Waldo Emerson, the famous 19th century transcendentalist philosopher, |
put it well: “Self-command is the main discipline.” Not surprisingly, the principles
of self-command are not typically taught in most consulting training courses.
|But the sure years reveal the deep remedial force that underlies all facts. - |
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Self-command is the main discipline. - Emerson, Ralph
Waldo If a man knew anything, he would sit in a corner and be modest; but he is
such an ...
|BUZZER BEATER Self-command is the main elegance. - Ralph Waldo Emerson |
POST-GAME NOTES DISCIPLINE ... a trained condition of order and obedience
Read: 1 Samuel 2:12-26 Key Verse: 1 Samuel 2:17 (KJV) - Wherefore the sin of ...
|In Smith's view, the main virtue of conversation is that it promotes self-command: |
mental discipline is more important than consolation or emotional relief.
Moreover, the listener need not be a professional counselor — any
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AUGUST. ISSUE. AVAILABLE ON STANDS PD/August/2007/263 "Self-command
is the main discipline.' ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY Aranyaka This is an appendix
|This is the work of self-discipline which lies before every man who through |
carelessness, self-indulgence or sin has lost in any degree the power of self-
command. His faculties have got out of control and wandered after their own
fancies ; they ...
|QuotationsBook.com. Self-command is the main discipline. - Emerson, Ralph |
Waldo Practice yourself, for heaven's sake in little things, and then proceed to
greater. - Epictetus If we do not discipline ourselves the world will do it for us. -
|... protested immutable confidence, and unbounded gratitude; but I was no longer |
the credulous child of self-conceit and ... for a moment, her self-command forsook
her so far that she turned her displeasure on a trifling occasion against me.
|The subject was chosen chiefly on account of its connection with that of Self-Con- |
trol ; the whole moral and religious discipline of hie being intended to form those
habits of self-command, in which Laura excelled, and in which Ellen Percy is so ...