|Frank Wedekind Charlotte Ryland ... But we need an image of ourselves that |
doesn't condemn us to egoism or the absurd. ... But we have to understand that if
we act towards others with a lower standard than our self-respect, so that our ...
|We are able to give to others only as we have a healthy opinion of ourselves. ... |
Actually, the more inferior a person feels the more he will compensate with false
pride, and develop a “better than thou” attitude toward others. This is to cover up ...
|Speaking out of our own experience, from nine-tenths of our public services we |
feel a desire to walk up some ... loosened the ground, and we found ourselves
going down more certainly than the weeds, and all in consequence of a dull hoe.
... so that the inequalities of the instrument violently threw the garden implement
toward the head of the operating boy, who ... by ourselves or some one else (we
are not certain which), that no man ever knows a thing till he has taught it to
|Community Beyond Political Philosophy Frank G Kirkpatrick ... "When we |
concentrate on defending ourselves against the world outside us, against nature
and other nations and other people, we are frustrating ourselves; and the more ...
|Carl Rogers, one of the founders of humanistic therapy, believed that the capacity |
to instinctively know good and bad can be used to guide our conduct. ... If we
follow the path Buddha set out, we will act compassionately toward others as
toward ourselves. ... As one of our teachers, Jerome D. Frank, M.D., Ph.D., said, "
Faith is the most precious commodity without which we should be very badly off"
... Those who scored high on the test healed much faster than those who scored
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|ANNE FRANK (1929-1945), German Jewish refugee, diarist. The Diary of a ... We |
are tolerant toward others when we tolerate ourselves. ... 16 Men often treat
others worse than they treat themselves, but they rarely treat anyone better. It is
|Benedict de Spinoza, Frank Ra ... If the thing be similar to ourselves, we shall |
endeavour to affect it pleasurably in preference to anything else (III. xxix.). In
other words, we shall endeavour, as far as we can, to bring it about, that the thing
should be affected with pleasure ... of his love joins itself to another with closer
bonds of friendship than he himself has attained to, he will be affected with hatred
|Why We Are Who We Are Frank Smith. writing for a while; exactly the same |
considerations apply to both spoken and written language.) The terms deep and
surface structures ... Surface structure is in the external world, as acoustic
waveforms, and has no sense other than what we give it. The difference between
deep and ...
|Book One: Christine's Journey to San Diego Frank Kyle. “I think so.” “Are you sure |
there's no greater purpose or meaning than what we choose for ourselves?” “
Other than simply existing and enjoying the possibilities of our physical,
|Made in the Image of God Frank Dragash ... If we could control death, why don't |
we come back from the dead and show ourselves to friends in the same way as ...
We feel that we are put here by the "will" of someone other than ourselves.
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