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|John Maynard Keynes ~ There is no greater impediment to the advancement of |
knowledge than the ambiguity of words. Thomas Reid ~ The greater the difficulty,
the greater the glory. Marcus Tullius Cicero ~ The greater the difficulty, the more ...
|“Ought the difficulties I meet with, to arrest me in an acknowledged duty ?” -“Oh |
no, papa,” exclaimed Rosa, who heard all that passed.—“Difficulties ought only to
increase diligence. The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory in overcoming ...
|Ought the difficulties I meet with, to arrest me in an acknowledged duty?" — " Oh |
no, papa," exclaimed Rosa, who heard all that passed. — " Difficulties ought only
to increase diligence. The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory in ...
|The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory. —Cicero Chaos happens. The |
difference that makes the difference is how we handle it. How do you approach
life, in general? Do you approach your days as something to get through or do
|accordingly, no one has attained to true glory who has gained a reputation for |
courage by treachery and cunning; ... But the greater the difficulty, the greater the
glory; for no occasion arises that can excuse a man for being guilty of injustice.
|So as the graph shows, if we have a little bit of a hard time, we have the potential |
to give God a small degree of glory. As we have greater difficulty, we have a
greater opportunity to give God greater glory. And if we have an extremely hard
|difficulty. I. consider. it better to tell you that I am to receive—remuneration, so that |
we must not look upon the lessons as a favour we are doing them. I am to receive
tempence per hour for each child.” “Tenpence per hour, echoed Wendela.
|For an hour before class we prepared for the translation of the text we had been |
assigned on the previous day when we had heard the prelection, that is, a lecture
helping us with the difficulties we might encounter in construing the texts.
|In what was its greater glory to consist ? 4. What is the peace which the Lord of |
Hosts promises to give ? We will take these in order: and 1. The desire of all
nations shall come, Q^arr^D rRCO siS^l . In these words there is a twofold
difficulty, the ...
|Difficulty. As God's glorious vision and dream in creation stretches and magnifies |
your prayerful spirit, a deep and true desire ... Within the vast sweep of God's
creative movement to glory throughout the whole universe, to be faithful to your