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|Love is an expression and assertion ofself-esteem, a response to one's own |
values in the person of another. One gains a profoundly personal, ... M. Scott
Peck ♥ We cease loving ourselves if no one loves us. Germaine De Stael ♥ Love
is the ...
|William Shakespeare 1564–1616: Othello (1602–4) Let me not to the marriage of |
true minds Admit impediments. Love ... William Congreve 1670–1729: The Way
of the World(1700); see LOVE 51 We cease loving ourselves if no one loves us.
|M.kumar. For one human being to love another: that is perhaps the most difficult |
of our tasks; the ultimate, the last test and proof, the work for which all other work
is but ... Antoine de Saint-Exupery We cease loving ourselves if no one loves us.
|Spencer, Herbert Love is the emblem of eternity; it confounds all notion of time; |
effaces all memory of a beginning, all fear of an end. - Stael, Germaine De We
cease loving ourselves if no one loves us. - Stael, Germaine De Love the art in ...
|We cease loving ourselves if no one loves us. Search for the truth is the noblest |
occupation of man; its publication is a duty. The human mind always makes
progress, but it is a progress in spirals. To be totally understanding makes one
|As his mom, I not only had compassion on him, I was also so thankful that he |
would share his feelings with me. It's not ... If we didn't love ourselves, how could
God command us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves? The power of
Satan's deception never ceases to amaze me and convince me of my absolute
need of Christ. ... No one has to learn how to love herself or himself; it's natural
from birth. If ...
|Hence, we love that which shares in and accompanies our being; and we |
embrace our likeness, because we are shown ... of Your infinite goodness You
manifest Yourself as if You were our creature, in order thus to draw us unto
Yourself. ... You, O God, willed that filial love be established in repute; and You
will to be reputed as one who is of closer likeness than ... HE WOULD NOT BE
THE END OF DESIRE Fire does not cease from its flame and neither does the
burning love which is ...
|No one is born with an inner sense of self-value. We acquire it through the |
mirroring eyes of our parents. If our parents value us as children, we will come to
believe that we are valuable. ... If they treat us with love, we will come to treat
others and ourselves with love. ... When we understand this, it will cease to baffle
us that some bare bottomed impoverished people, domiciled in rare corners of
the globe, ...
|It is a well known fact that we love ourselves the most. We may claim to love 'this' |
or 'that' even more than our life, but the fact remains that we love ourselves the
most. There is nothing wrong with it and one need not feel guilty or shy of ...
|No one! We'll search on and on, never quite finding the right one. We keep |
believing that if only we could find the right ... Most of us have never learned to
love ourselves, so how can we love our neighbor, our lover, our husband or wife?