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|They don't know, you see. ... We can't do a damned thing about it even though we |
know through our experience. We know. Tell that to your professor and he'll think
you need a psychologist. Your professor sees them in a test tube and in an ...
|They simply are, and they accept us as we are, readily forgiving and forgetting |
anything we may have done. They don't judge things as good and bad. They
simply see things as they are and deal with the situation right now, as it is. It is
only as ...
|In discussing symbolism or iconography, we have to consider everything in |
absolute detail. We ... But this is not an art course on how to paint pictures; we are
training you how to see things as they are. ... On the other hand, when we see
something ugly or terrible, such as dogshit on the street, we don't want to touch it,
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|We don't see things as they are; we see things as we are. ANAIS NIN “Good |
morning, everyone,” Laurie said. “We will start today, as we do every day, with
Orientation.” I knew that. This rehab stuff was not that hard. It was Thursday,
March 9, ...
|In our daily life we need to practice to produce the Dharma eye so we can see |
things as they are. Sister Dang ... It may be just a name, an appearance, and not
the real orange because we don't see its interbeing nature. We have to look
|It no more helps us get through the difficulties of the day than it allows us to |
transform the past into something we want to embrace. It conjures acts of power
over the elements of life that humans simply don't have and thereby contributes to
the false notions of control that so many depend on to get ... But even assuming
we can do so, this is not an act of will but rather a willingness to see things as
|However, none of us need to read these things in scriptures or textbooks to |
accept their validity. We can scarcely go a day or even an ... we expect to make of
it. Like Gloria, we don't see things as they are, but as we interpret them. We then
|Social Interest Unity Private Logic E R "We don't see things as they are, we see |
things as we are." Anais Nin Closely related to the holistic, integrated notion of a
personal style on the job is what Adler called "private logic," a personal filter ...
|TP: Well, you don't have to be gullible. When the mind becomes clearer, we |
begin to see things as they really are, and to see people as they really are. As we
begin to see people as they really are and not the way they represent themselves
|Reality, for so it would seem, is mercurial and ever changing, and what we think |
we see may be nothing more than an imagined chimera – as French author and
diarist Anaïs Nin so apply wrote, “We don't see things as they are, we see things ...