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|Wisdom is the supreme part of happiness. - Sophocles Wisdom is the right use of |
knowledge. To know is not to be wise. Many men know a great ... Talmud, The
The end result of wisdom is... good deeds. - Talmud, The Wisdom is perishable.
|Everyone whose deeds are more than his wisdom, his wisdom endures; and |
everyone whose wisdom is more than his deeds, his wisdom does not endure.
The Talmud A ... John Pierpont Morgan The end result of wisdom is... good deeds
|The imperfective form wnaxmt should be understood modally, in keeping with the |
remainder of the surrounding material, and Qoheleth is advising his readers to do
good, for good deeds may result in some benefit in the future. Consequently ...
|Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek |
Him.195 All the good deeds of man results ... of them saying – both of you, who
can find either ending or beginning of Shiva Lingam can be declared him senior.
|Time and again he resists the illusory good. At the end of each grueling tug-of-|
war, he discovers that re- demption and peace of mind result only from doing
what is right. A classic ... What a waste of a wealthy man's capacity for good
|The code of conduct ends reciting God's name. Doing a deed, one shows to the |
world, and then it becomes the good or bad deed. Doing good deeds and
following the code of conduct, the deeds and faith are called the good social
|To be “justified” (dikaioo) by works in this passage means that one's faith is “|
authenticated” or “confirmed” by his ... on the other hand, people who possess
the wisdom from heaven (3:17) are humble, perform good deeds (3:13), and bear
|Charity, faith, and good works are in a series of like degrees, for charity is of |
affection, faith of thought, and good works of action. ... for will is of love and so of
affection, understanding is of wisdom and so of faith, and doing is of use and so
of work; as, then, all things of wisdom ... and seeing from his will the end for which
he acts, and angels of the second heaven the cause through which the end
|If his deeds exceed his wisdom, he shall endure at the end ; but if his wisdom |
exceeds his deeds, he shall not endure at the end". ... is pleased with him" (ubti
nmi ""llVD mi) is always associated in Tannaitic literature with morally good
| Since wisdom is particularly knowledge of the ultimate causes of every last |
existent,* and the ultimate end on ... it for good deeds, and so the man of practical
wisdom in good [and evil] deeds, while astute men employ it for evil deeds.