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|One must credit an hypothesis with all that has had to be discovered in order to |
demolish it. To reflect is to disturb one's thoughts. There are moments when very
little truth would be enough to shape opinion. One might be hated at extremely ...
|7 To reflect is to disturb one's thoughts. Ibid., ch. 10 8 I should have no use for a |
paradise in which I should be deprived of the right to prefer hell. Ibid. 9 Hatred, for
the man who is not engaged in it, is a little like the odour of garlic for one who ...
|Besides preventing unacceptable sausage from leaving the factory, they |
unexpectedly began to identify whenthesausagetastedparticularly goodand how
to reproduce that improved taste. To reflect is to disturb one's thoughts. ~
|The word "meditate" means "to focus one's thoughts on, reflect or ponder on; to |
plan or project in the mind." Synonyms for ... Choose a time that you can stick with
— one when you are least likely to be disturbed or face outside pressures.
|The judging motion of the active mind functions through preferences of liking (|
desire, attachment, possessiveness) and disliking (aversion, repulsion, hatred). ...
When failure comes, one reflects rather than being disturbed by the failure.
|To reflect is to disturb one's thoughts. - Rostand, Jean Truth is always served by |
great minds, even if they fight it. - Rostand, Jean I still understand a few words in
life, but I no longer think they make a sentence. - Rostand, Jean The only things ...
|Guan means closing the eyes to reflect inwardly, namely reflecting the internal |
sights, as per well as the mind that reflects these sights, as per the instructions ...
and Vipasyana or Tongmeng Zhiguan (童蒙止观), “At the beginning, the
practitioner has a whirling and disturbed mind with extraneous thoughts. ... One
of the main components of cultivating the mind in Qigong practice is excluding
stray thoughts ...
|N'. of a bird Mr. 175, one MS. ^fJotfoO). ... a^JiD cintisu. To think about, to direct |
the thoughts towards, to reflect upon (My.) ... 2, to be anxious, sorrowful, or
disturbed in thought (C.). narratf *^?o* SoOoAj ^s.a sTBSrsS (Smd. 229). See Cpr
. 5, 35; ...
|For me, as I read them now, they call to mind my own fragile, often poorly |
expressed, feelings of vocation. ... this process often has several component
parts: leaving a place that is safe and familiar for the unknown; pausing to take
stock and reflect before moving forward; and struggling to ... For me, this tentative
overlap between a perspective of faith and a psychological one is something of a
|“Strive to preserve your heart in peace; let no event of this world disturb it; reflect |
that all must come to an end. ... If we see that we are helpless to control our
thoughts, we should immediately turn to God for help and ask Him to remove