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|... know what the critics arc. If you tell the truth they only say you're cynical and it |
does an author no good to get a reputation for cynicism. ... 26 Take heed of critics
even when they are not fair; resist them even when they are. JEAN ROSTAND ...
|Rostand, Jean The only things one can admire at length are those one admires |
without knowing why. - Rostand, Jean To be adult is to be alone. - Rostand, Jean
Take heed of critics even when they are not fair; resist them even when they are.
|All this is so manifestly the wisdom that is from beneath, and not that heaVfculy |
principle which is firstvvn'E,andthen peaceable, that to ... For even Christ our
Passover is sacrificed for its: 1 Cor. ... empire, by those weapons which are
mighty through God; casting down strong holdsi &c. so they are more exposed to
his- wiles, and more -vulnerable to his fiery darts ! Let them then take heed lest
the serpent who beguiled Eve, shoutd beguile their minds from the simplicity
which is in Christ !
|writer is sometimes severe and even harsh in his language, but never illnatured |
or malignant. ... Take heed unto thyselfand the' doctrine ,- continue in them ,- for
in so doing thou shalt bath save thyself and them that hear thee. ... at the hands of
such men, are out of the pale of salvation: and those who do receive them, even
without faith, provided they do not positively resist their influence, are saved.
|Let those " who " think they stand, take heed lest they fall." Even true believers |
are not unconcerned. Many of them can recollect, that for years they perverted
the kindness of Providence into an occasion of sin. The Lord's patience
emboldened them in their evil courses; his bounty increased their self-indulgence
; and even the ... So that " it is of the Lord's mer- " cies, that we are not consumed "
with our fellow-sinners ; and we have cause to review, with shame and gratitude,
every stage ...
|gust they generate, Simone de Beauvoir's genuine (if, by today's standards, |
problematic) lament: [W] oman is haunted by the horror of growing old. ... and
beauty represented now as lethal and fatal, their unnatural ascendance to power
allowing them to avenge on a grand ... Yet, not surprisingly, these films also
maintain the cultural status quo—even as they critique it. ... And—take heed,
Barbra—the actresses who play these pathetic and horrific middle-aged women
are always young ...
|Surely, some of why we respect children's decisions can be explained by the |
thought that decision making helps them to ... Further, it would not explain the
residual justificatory obligation in cases in which justified paternalism takes place
. ... plans and demands would wane, even in cases where we thought the plans
were seriously (though not dangerously) flawed. ... to die should they become
demented, although while demented they resist this decision and affirm a
willingness to live.
|To take heed of the delusion of present things, and to watch that the pomps and |
vanity of the world betray us not into ... Why then were the people afraid? and
why did they beseech the agent of so much power, and the minister of so much
mercy, to depart out of their coasts? ... in the condition and relations of many men,
which lead them to shun the light of truth, to resist the force even of conviction;
and to ...
|Again, ye have heard that it was said to the antients, " Thou , _ shalt not forlwear |
lllyscll, but shalt 'perform thy oaths to the 34. ... But I say unto you, resist not the
injurious. ... Do not even the publicans so? ... 'Take heed that ye perform not your
religious duties" besore men, in order to be observed by them ; otherwise ye will
obtain v no ... the alictemhlies and in the strecrs, that they may be extolled by men
|Again, ye have heard that it was said to the antieats, " Thou shalt not forswear |
thyself, but (halt perform thy oaths to the 34. ... But I fay unto you, resist not the
injurious. ... Do not even the publicans so ? ... Take heed that ye perform not your
religious duties* before men, in order to be observed by tfiem ; otherwise ye will
... When, therefore, thou givest alms, do not proclaim it by found , of trumpet, as
the Hypocrites do, in the assemblies and in the streets, that they may be extolled