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|Oscar Wilde "Confession is good for the soul only in the sense that a tweed coat |
is good for dandruff — it is a palliative rather than a remedy." — Peter De Vries "
To confess a fault freely is the next thing to being innocent of it." — Publilius
|A clean confession, combined with a promise never to commit the sin again when |
offered before one who has the right to receive it, is the purest type of repentance.
- Gandhi 3. To confess a fault freely, is the next thing to being innocent of it ...
|39. Confession. -. 620. Open confession is good for the soul. 621. It is confession, |
not the priest, that gives us absolution. - Oscar Wilde 622. To confess a fault
freely, is the next thing to being innocent of it. - Syrus 623. Nothing spoils a ...
|Confess yourself to heaven; Repent what's past; avoid what is to come; And do |
not spread the compost on the weeds, To make them ranker. Shakespeare,
Hamlet. To confess a fault freely is the next thing to being innocent of it. Syrus.
|Confessing a fault freely is next to being innocent of it (Publilius Syrus). In |
Scotland they say: “Confessed faults are half mended, even if the faults are still in
effect.” Repentance spoils a confession (Anatole France). Sometimes, it is wise
not to ...
|.On the one hand, the patient is compelled to confess disagreeable truths, but on |
the other, he is permitted a freedom of speech and expression ... In 50 B.C.
Publius Syrus said that to confess a fault freely is the next thing to being innocent
|Children need to confess those mistakes to remain in a close relationship with |
the Father." "Continual huh?" I ask. "Continual ... It tells the truth, and it sets us
free." I am reminded of a wonderful quote from the first century, and I tell Wendy: "
Confession of our faults is the next thing to innocence." "That is wonderful," she
|Rousseau, Jean Jacques It is not the criminal things that are hardest to confess, |
but the ridiculous and the shameful. - Rousseau, Jean Jacques To confess a fault
freely is the next thing to being innocent of it. - Syrus, Publilius A wise man ...
|No less free to confess my faults, than I am confident to assert my innocence, I |
seek nd palliation for this circumstance, ... be found : and yet this very
circumstance carries with it a clearer conviction of my being the dupe of Mrs
Rudd's intrigues, ...
|'Sin makes me incomprehensible to myself: God is hidden; the course of things |
no longer has meaning. ... fault in general, lies in its power to interpret; but
Ricoeur, like many others, does not see interpretation as an innocent activity. ...
But while the pain of loss is felt by all people, the state of being prior to sin is
inconceivable except as the opposite of sin, the negation of a negation: the
tortuous road has its referent in life's toils, but where is the life so free of sin that it
would correspond ...