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|Hagakure ('In the Shadow of Leaves') is a manual for the samurai classes consisting of a series of short anecdotes and reflections that give both insight and instruction-in the philosophy and code of behavior that foster the true spirit of ...|
|But his words were convincing her it was all true. Even I was ... Was it my fault |
that the King was killing people as he searched for the power of the Essence?
Was it my fault ... He was lucky Carlo found his remark amusing. Otherwise, he
|Is it not because he returns, in this, to his primitive state; and because, while the |
brute, which has acquired nothing and has ... There is no difference between
man (in his essence) and animal, no essential difference between man and
|His misfortune, whatever be its nature or extent, is not because God has forsaken |
him or because God is not impartial, but because he fails to see that God is
already within himself and that he is, with all his faults, potentially divine. The
|I know him according to his forth and other properties; but I am ignorant of his |
essence. Indeed, in this ... So, according to you, Israel is found fault with for not
knowing what the essence of God is. ... Did no man know Rebekah's essence?
|is to find a balance. Sometimes he must be a step behind his junior, sometimes |
on the same step, and most often, just a single step ahead. his ... It isn't the
junior's fault if the senior fails to keep a step ahead in the exchange of techniques
|Impatience was his fault and it would cost him his life. The sword struck the killer |
in his back and he screamed as the prince pulled out his sword. His friend
stunned, turned ... This plot was made to kill one man and he dreaded the fact of
letting his men die too. He snuck off to proceed ... He was never an expert in
agriculture and soon found himself dazed from one of the wild juices he drank.
The king sat ...
|"It was your fault!" Dr. Gao felt prickles of energy on his scalp, down his spine, as |
if his name had just been announced as the winner of some stupendous prize.
She was shouting at the boy. "It was your fault. He," she pointed at Dr. Gao, ...
|Yesterday at this time he was thinking about his engagement party with Amanda |
and wishing he hadn't been so hasty about buying that big ... He breathed in the
essence of Milli and wanted more and more and more. ... But she'd damn sure
forgive him the minute she found out she had a granddaughter. ... It wasn't his
|Insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw, The Fault in Our Stars is award-winning-author John Greenís most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.|