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|This book provides a fundamental knowledge of the Bible and a comprehensive view of God's interactions with man from the beginning.|
|As Daniel H. Pink (author of To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Motivating Others) explains in his paradigm-shattering book Drive, the secret to high performance and satisfaction in today's world is the deeply human need to direct ...|
|... no injustice stand Let the truth be told like a lion's roar Be the standard of truth |
Incorruptible and unwavering When the world fights you, be true When the world
spites you, be true For truth is its own reward And God does not forsake his own ...
|“And what, may I ask, is the truth?'” “Richard didn't murder ... printed this libellous |
stuff. Tell them that I will see their representatives here at five o'clock today. ... “I
have always found, Mr Deene, that the truth is its own reward.” “Have you now?
|Plato Truth is its own reward. - Plato They deem him their worst enemy who tells |
them the truth. - Plato The people always have some champion whom they set
over them and nurse into greatness. This and no other is the root from which a ...
|... to detest a villain, and Ostrovsky usually disappoints them. On the other hand, |
there are many who in the long run prefer truth to the artificial elevation of
feelings, and who believe that truth is its own reward. To these, Ostrovsky is great
|I can not conceive that any special conclusion whatever, however edifying or |
comfortable, can be correctly spoken of as the natural (for that is the force here of
" own ") reward of loyalty to truth. If loyalty to truth brings its own reward, that
|Life of truth is its own reward, my papa always he told me. Even your mummy-|
daddy were smiling to hear of my job. To be frank, your mummy-daddy were most
eager to marry you off, using wordings for you like 'winter chicken' and 'Christmas
|Great is Truth, and mighty above all things: All the earth calleth upon Truth, and |
the heaven bleeseth it: All works shake and tremble at it, And with it is no ... The
Remorse of Such as Forsake its Ways. ... The Service of Truth its own Reward.
|Again, because this could not be proved by any Testimonies, nor by any certain |
Arguments, and yet it could not be denied but that there must be fome End
proposed for Man; therefore others were led to fay, + that Virtue was its own