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|“Prefer a loss to dishonest gain; the one brings pain at the moment, the other for |
all time.” - Chilo “To believe in something, and not to live it, is dishonest.” –
Mahatma Ghandi “Dishonesty, cowardice and duplicity are never impulsive.” –
|Winston Churchill Confucius, as well as Gandhi, said that to believe in something|
, and not to live it, is dishonest. It's dishonest because you're cheating yourself (
and the world) out of what you were born to do. When you have a calling and the
|Gandhi taught us that “to believe in something, and not to live it, is dishonest.” |
Thoreau warned that failing to honor our conscience was a form of self-inflicted
violence: “Is there not a sort of bloodshed when the conscience is wounded?
Hubert K. Rampersad - 2009 - 261 pages
|Remember also what Gandhi said: "To believe in something, and not to live it, is |
dishonest." Who you really are, what your dreams are, what you care about, what
you are passionate about, what you want with your life, etc. should come out ...
|If Christians would really live according to the teachings of Christ, as found in the |
Bible, all of India would be Christian today. - Gandhi, Mahatma To believe in
something, and not to live it, is dishonest. - Gandhi, Mahatma The control of the ...
|They see no evidence for the existence of God, and they believe that it is an |
intellectually dishonest thing to believe in ... of religious skepticism in which they
live and move and have their being; perhaps something else:—whatever the
|After more than a decade of captivating audiences and readers worldwide, Maraboli re-releases this "Steve 101" style book, a must-read celebration of the empowered mind.|
|If you're telling me that you honestly believed in something, not only BEFORE |
having a reason to believe, ... the way they should think and live their life, then
that is not only shamefully dishonest but totally unfair and intellectually
|and if nature is anything it is forgiving. ... possibly imagine and more passionate |
in my beliefs than you have ever been about anything in your life. i am taking this
King back to his kingdom, and if you try to stop me you will not live to regret it.
|Believe First. I do not know how to advise people who are thinking about |
believing but are not sure. I do not want to argue with atheists. Never do what ... It
is better to live with a true contradiction that is in you than replace it with a
contradiction you got from ideology. God is much more likely to forgive an honest
mistake than to forgive dishonest self-serving orthodoxy. ... If you do not believe
in anything then you do not have to submit to anything; if you do not want to
submit, don't believe.