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Richard Alan Krieger - 2002 - 344 pages
|Every secret is told, every crime is punished, every virtue rewarded, every wrong |
redressed, in silence and certainty. The world is his, who has money to go
over it. The world belongs to the energetic. The way to mend a bad world
|Appreciation transmits energy, and as Emerson wrote, The world belongs to the |
energetic. Multiply your leadership energy through the practice of genuine
Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to
us as ...
|When we develop self-trust, we gain the plenitude of its energy and power to |
repair harms, he instructs in his essay ... The one fact that shines through all this
plenitude of powers is...that the world belongs to the energetic, belongs to the
|The world belongs to the energetic, according to Ralph Waldo Emerson, but the |
energetic also need to reserve time for rest. No matter how active and vigorous
and successful we are during wakeful hours, if we don't obtain an adequate ...
Montgomery Van Wart - 2005 - 499 pages
|Ralph Waldo Emerson's observation that "The world belongs to the energetic" is |
borne out by behavioral science. To have energy is to have the physical and
psychological ability to perform. It is a better indicator of long-term 100 CHAPTER
|... now serves rather than rules me. THOUGHT F OR TODAY: Do I control my |
thoughts, or do they control me? This world belongs to the energetic. Ralph
Waldo Emerson One. April 11.
|It is also true that you are also in other worlds, but your main identity from there |
belongs to that and also the destiny that you ... "You are nothing else, Sorin, than
a piece of energy subjected to dreaming by the Life Dimension dream the world ...
Karen Painter - 2002 - 393 pages
|Death took Gustav Mahler from the world at an age and time when, having |
strengthened and clarified his demonic nature, and ... The energy that his
aspirations represented both physically and mentally belongs to the energetic
worldview of ...
Walter Brueggemann - 2003 - 434 pages
|not defined by energetic productivity or self-preoccupied consumption, but is |
defined by the peaceableness that has ... In that context, the claim that the world
belongs to the God of Israel is a mighty and daring alternative to the dominant,
Ralph P. Martin, Brian J. Dodd - 1998 - 169 pages
|cerning the end of the old world. ... What is said here is that the world belongs to |
the Obedient one. ... As these are again dominant, must we conclude that
Kasemann's energetic interpretation has failed and has little to teach a later ...