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|The distance between success and failure can only be measured by one's desire. |
- Unknown, Source The man who really ... Unknown, Source We accomplish
things by directing our desires, not by ignoring them. - Unknown, Source Desire!
|"We accomplish things by directing our desires. Not by ignoring them. |
Anonymous Step 1: First of all, go to the Dedication, Discipline, Drive and Dare or
Die page and read the entire page from start to finish. This is the first step. You
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|The truth is that the relative intensity of another man's desire to possess any |
exchangeable thing, regarded as a fact, apart ... in which case we are only
concerned with the “what” and the “how,” and not at all with the “why,” or we may
go behind it and ... We may either ignore motives altogether, or may recognize all
motives that are at work, according to the aspect of the ... Neither can he
accomplish these things by the direct application of his own faculties supported
by all the material ...
|Sometimes these emotions can pull us away from our desires to be successful. ... |
On contrary, it resolves these conflicts, harmonizes them, and guides in one
direction—toward our goals. ... When we apply self-discipline, we do it because
we want to do it and not because somebody or something is forcing us. ... you
possess your thoughts, and you can reject instant gratification without regrets or
intimidation; you can ignore excuses and procrastinations in order to achieve
|If our reasons ignore the pleasure centre to pursue their own immediate ends, |
then the pleasure centre can turn itself into a ... We feel guilt when we do not live
up to the standards our pleas— ure centre learns to desire. ... If we do not do the
right thing, then the empty feeling of guilt afterwards can become intolerable. ... At
this stage in our species' evolution, we are not naturally accomplished and wild.
... Many of the standards set by the conscience are false and mindrule directed.
|Perhaps we noticed James' response to some naming the name of Christ, yet |
promoting self-confidence and those trying to ... God has given a direct command
that we should not murder. ... We may desire to do this or that thing, but we do
need to supercede our wants by whether or not it is in accordance with ... Not
bragging or boasting about our own abilities to accomplish our self-centered
agenda. ... But, we by ignoring the will of God fail to do the good that God desires
for us to do.
|friends to go somewhere else or do something else, he can use circumstances or |
other means to direct them. ... to do a certain thing or to pursue a certain course of
action, a “closed door” or adverse circumstances doesn't always mean it is not
God's will. ... God can easily change the circumstances so your friend can
accomplish what is in his or her heart. ... Then as we eagerly pray for and pursue
the desires of our hearts, God delights to lead us to the fulfillment of what we most
|The Ethics of Desire Frisbee Sheffield. If this is the case for the other accounts, |
too, then we will have good reason not to ignore them as extraneous to a
philosophical understanding. ... For we should like to know whether, for example,
the previous accounts have more than pragmatic utility in directing our attention
towards ... If we achieve any greater clarity about the ... If it is the beautiful, then
how and why does ero ̄s for the kalon produce the good things and beneWcial
eVects these ...
|A man's emotions, not his thoughts, control his Desire. , A very large proportion of |
salesmen are unable to get their prospects ... He tries to accomplish an increase
of Interest, to offset the loss. ... Now Desire means want; and a man wants things,-
longs for things with his heart. ... Have, 'we not rather neglected or ignored the
heart appeals, and tried towin the prospect's mind? ... Use them both, in double
harness, to get your sale across the “hard sledding,H but feed each separately.
|Our incentive is a desire to accomplish two tasks leading to one ultimate goal. ... |
and organizations of non-Muslims must be renounced, their books must be cast
out and not mentioned, and anyone praising such things should be disavowed.