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|And XP tells us to keep revisiting and redesigning our code, because we're |
bound to have got the design wrong. These safety nets are all great things, but as
with most things in life they don't come free. They add time to a project, and that's
time that a decent team could put to much better use—for example, designing
and ... Compensating for weak staff is good and beneficial up to a point, but the
practices we put in place to do this usually aren't free—and particularly the XP
|On being human and finding where you want to be Lynn Margaret Hamilton ... |
Perhaps Hitler and associates would do things differently now, but they were a
good lesson for us all - if we're willing to learn from it. Please don't allow what's
wrong to escalate, at home, in your nations, on your planet. Victimization and
mass extermination is never right, but it is one way to learn something we need to
|The absolute worst thing you can do is follow up along, rambling, soul-bearing, I'|
ve-never-toldanyone-this-before type rant with “Yes. But... ” and launch straight ...
things. carefully. Be honest but sensitive. This is sex we're talking about,
something we're all vulnerable about and no matter how resentful or angry you
are, remember you're dealing with another human being. Speak up for yourself ...
I think it may have come out wrong or you've taken it the wrong way. Tell me why
it upset ...
|Their rationalfaith had to do with what they saw as mankind's innate ability to |
know good from evil. Although they each called it something different—such as
virtue, Ideal, good, truth, God—they were referring to the capacity of human
beings to ... They all argued the point, in one way or another, that, as reasonable
beings, we are capable of discerning what is good. ... and we would each choose
our own words, but the bottom line is that we do know good from bad, right from
wrong. If we ...
|Brother Wayne believes it boils down to human nature. “Whether we liketo admit |
itor not, whetherwe realize it or not, we're all selfish. We all like to do our own
thing when we want. That can be tough, especially for people coming to the ...
|I don't want you to find out the hard way what it feels like to be going the wrong |
way on a one-way ramp. ... on my heart and He had me sit down (with my
overheating laptop) and drive back through both the good and bad times in my
life. ... It is my hope that something you read in this book will help you make smart
choices in your life and avoid pitfalls that could bring you pain. ... But you're worth
more ... Because we're all too human, and part of being human means carrying
|“Actually,” I told him reluctantly, “I have always agreed with the idea that we have |
a sin nature. ... it does, 'cause I know so many people who do great things, but I
do buy the idea we are flawed, that there is something in us ... “Some friends
were over at the house, and they have a kid, about four or five years old or
something, and they were telling me all about ... and I trained one of them, taught
him right from wrong, and the other I didn't train at all, I wonder which would be
the better kid.
|m And if my experience is any guide, he might have added “and when I do what |
is wrong, I never admit it. ... people an offensive notion: that we are basically
fallen beings, that original sin has disposed us to do the wrong thing. ... Why do
we know what is right but do the wrong? ... I cast no aspersions on anyone's
belief; as I said at the outset, we're all seekers. ... The human experience
indicated that I went through this life experience: working for Mr. Nixon, going
through all that stuff.
|We tend to think, Iam right andyou are wrong, but an attitude like that only causes |
a back-and-forth exchange of words. ... There is nothing you can physically do or
say to make things right or better. All you can really do is send loving energy,
being careful not to condemn the other person in your mind or thoughts, because
thought is an ... We're all human. We all have thoughts, fears, emotions, desires,
needs, and wants we would like to express to our partner and feel safe doing it.
|I try to remember to say “I don't know”just the way they both did, as a simple |
statement of fact. It doesn't always work. It seems that with “climate change”we're
all supposed to know, but I'll get to that later in the book. One attack I've heard