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Rev. James Wood - 1893 - 658 pages
|There is no qualification for government but virtue and wisdom. Burke. There Is |
no real life but cheerful life. Addison. 10 There Is no repose for the mind except in
the absolute. Amiel. There is no respect for others without humility in one's self.
|New Webster's Dictionary of the English Language states; • Respect- “Regard; |
the state of being held in high esteem, regard, honor, or reverence;
Consideration or ... Grant Hill “There is no respect for others without humility in
Jeanine Grenberg - 2005 - 269 pages
|And although self-respect is itself a proper awareness of one's worth as an agent, |
such an awareness can come about ... Finding oneself unworthy in relation to
other persons is thus not the proper basis for humility. ... Questions remain about
whether there is a word that best describes the overall self-regarding attitude of ...
|Fools take to themselves the respect that is given to their office. - Aesop To |
depersonalize man is the dominant drift of our times. - Amiel, Henri Frederic
There is no respect for others without humility in one's self. - Amiel, Henri Frederic
|A Companion to the Bestseller about the Inner Lives of Men Shaunti Feldhahn, |
Lisa A. Rice. /4 Quote to Remember: “There is no respect for others without
humility in one's self.” -—Henri Frederic Amiel .S'uggeste0l][u'u'lie'z leading: Love
|These essays concern moral questions that virtually everyone faces in daily life, |
not specialized topics that arise only in ... The positions that I explore are often "
Kantian" in spirit, but there is no attempt here to do textual exegesis or to crank ...
requirements of self-respect, one arguing that servility is incompatible with a
certain ideal of self-respect and the other ... A proper humility regarding one's
place in nature also seems important as we face environmental problems, though
it is not ...
Robert C. Solomon - 2000 - 174 pages
|is to suppose that increasing self-esteem is simply a matter of changing one's |
attitude rather than the more strenuous activity of ... So far as the group pride
gives self-respect and asks for respect from others based on one's common
humanity and equal moral rights, there is no sin, no error. ... there is surely a "
correct" or justified level of self- esteem, which might be quite high in some cases
(even if not quite so high as in the ... There is the familiar phenomenon of pride in
Robert C. Roberts - 2007 - 207 pages
|It need not mean groveling in the dirt while others are standing erect and |
dignified; it might mean being solidly a member ... Humility is the ability, without
prejudice to one's self- comfort, to admit one's inferiority, in this or that respect, to
Carol K.K. Chan, Nirmala Rao - 2010 - 380 pages
|In these processes, one's ego or self-esteem is not seriously threatened by a lack |
of competence or a need for protection, as may be ... Chinese learners believe
that one can always self-improve so long as one learns humbly and respectfully
from others (Li & Wang, 2004). The respect and humility of Chinese learners may
be very different from the American learners' challenging attitude, especially in
|yet there is still something of man which even the spirit of man that is in him does |
not know. But you, Lord, know all of him, you ... Humility is not in our power, at
least not in the way that other virtues may be. There is no pagan virtue of humility