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|We Own This Game is an inside-the-huddle look into a world of innocence and corruption, where every kickoff bares political, social, and racial implications; an unforgettable drama that shows us just what it is to win and to lose in America ...|
Ed van Hinte - 2004 - 457 pages
|Most of what we own we even have difficulty in remembering it exists at all: 'Oh |
yeah I have one of those too! ... The less money we have, the more we are forced
to use it to fulfil our basic needs, like food and shelter, and the more indeed we ...
|When we withdraw our attention from our mate, we're forced to take a good, hard |
look at ourselves. The more we focus on him, the less we focus on ourselves. The
less we focus on ourselves, the less we have to face our own issues. The less ...
|meaningful and valuable and do as much as we can to help each other, so that |
we have nothing to regret. We're ready to ... We don't need to give up our property
now, but if we overcome our clinging attachment to it, we'll not suffer later when
death forces us to part from what we own. Togmay ... The less we cling and the
more we wish to help, the more peaceful our physical and verbal actions become
Mark C. Taylor - 1999 - 292 pages
|The rhythms of time are not at our disposal; they arrive and depart as if they had |
wills of their own. We ... One of the many paradoxes of time is that the more we
have, the less we seem to have, and the less we have, the more we seem to have
|However, now we have believed in the Lord and have accepted Christ Jesus as |
our Savior. We have ... After we are saved, the more we walk according to our
own will, the more suffering and the less joy we will have. But the more we ...
|The paradox of our time is that we have better houses than in the past, but worse |
nerves. Wider streets but a narrower point-of-view. We spend more, and we have
less, we buy more, but enjoy less. We have bigger houses and smaller families, ...
|I have come to see an ironic “truth” about our apparent “openness” regarding |
sexuality: the more we claim “openness,” the less we think we need to pay
attention to, much less examine, our own taken-for-granted presumptions about it
|... methodology handcuffs them into worrying about a stock that was “cheap” |
statistically, something we could have cared less about. ... We worked
relentlessly, but I wanted to keep the thing mom-and-pop, to make the most
money with the fewest people. ... We hated to lose money so badly that we used
to get off the desk and literally go over every position every hour. ... “Dean Foods,
why do we own it?
|The godly and the godless. It's time to say it: More often than not we face life in a |
quandary. ... Yet the closer we walk with the Lord, the less control we have over
our own lives, and the more we must abandon to Him. To give Him our wills and ...