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|1. Introduction. The refusal to choose is a form of choice; Disbelief is a form of |
belief. -Frank Barron This chapter introduces a theoretical perspective that may
be used in business research and practice when confronting decision tasks that ...
|The refusal to choose is a form of choice; disbelief is a form of belief. —Frank X. |
Barron Please lick the art Art is apassion or it is nothing. —Roger Fry Years ago, I
sat at my kitchen table in Alexandria, Virginia, near George Washington's home, ...
|Eric Hoffer . . . the refusal to choose is a form of choice, disbelief is a form of belief|
. Frank Barron It was said of one zealous apostle of free thought . . . that he would
believe anything, so long as it was not in the Bible. Gordon Allpon There's ...
|“My dear Sokar, the refusal to choose is a form of choice; disbelief is actually a |
form of belief. You must choose to believe that everything is as it is supposed to
be. If you do this my friend, you will always be free.” Sokar smiled. Suddenly,
|Make Choices and Act on Them The refusal to choose is a form of choice; |
disbelief is a form of belief. Frank Barron Creators On Creating: Awakening And
Cultivating The Imaginative Mind The longer it takes to make a decision or a
choice, the ...
|The refusal to choose is a form of choice; disbelief is a form of belief. - Barron, |
Frank Decisiveness is often the art of timely cruelty. - Becquerel, Henri When you
come to a fork in the road, take it. - Berra, Yogi Where there is no counsel, the ...
|Hitch your wagon toa star; Keep your seat; And there you are! ANONYMOUS ... |
the refusal to choose is a form of choice; disbelief is a form of belief. FRANK
BARRON No answer is also an answer. GERMAN PROVERB In making our
|While many poets refused to choose between alternatives, Cameron argues that |
the "not choosing in Dickinson's poems is different from not ... Poets such as
Whitman and Yeats avoided choice by using the conjunction "or" to mean "both
this and that. ... times an Hour" between belief and disbelief, between infinite
possibilities and tragic realities, Dickinson embodied in her life the "polyphonic"
quality that ...
|Belief or Consequences Believing is a choice, as we have seen, and you will |
experience the consequences of your decision to ... Those who choose not to
believe have condemned themselves. Some acts of disbelief are less serious
than rejecting the gospel message, but every refusal to believe has its
|If the test of belief is action, and one consults a priest about overcoming one's |
disbelief, then is one a believer or not? Could it be ... In a world of “maybe,” one
must choose for or against faith in meaningfulness, because to hold aloof has the
same effect as choosing against. ... And choices may shape the world they
presume: Refuse to believe, and you shall indeed be right, for you shall