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|387 Such was the origin of that debt which has since become the greatest |
prodigy that ever perplexed the sagacity and confounded the pride of statesmen
and philosophers. ... 391 We have a choice: to plow new ground or let the weeds
|He has been taught that nothing is his fault. ]ust because he says you ... You |
have probably responded to blaming in the past. Did it help? ... limits of your
power. The Bottom Line We have a choice: to plow new ground or let the weeds
|Harvey G. Cox We have a choice: to plow new ground or let the weeds grown. |
Jonathan Westover Faith appears where least expected and falters were it
should be thriving.2 Phillip Yancey It is some time since so few have been
asked to ...
|"We have a choice: to plow new ground or let the weeds grow. " Jonathan |
Westover It's now after Christmas, only three weeks following the fiasco with Todd
and Kelly. I haven't seen either one of them at church since the incident, nor have
|... and that even our decisions to let someone else decide are really our |
decisions, however pusillanimous, Harvey Cox reflected. And every day, we
have a choice: to plow new ground or let the weeds grow, Jonathan Westover
|But first, let's examine the pathway leading to UnsettlingFear and its impact upon |
individuals and systems. UNSETTLING FEAR AND UNHEALTHY POWER We
have a choice: to plow new ground or let the weeds grow. Jonathan Westover ...
|Walters, Roy W. We have a choice: to plow new ground or let the weeds grow. - |
Westover, Jonathan When people ask for time, it's always for time to say no. Yes
has one more letter in it, but it doesn't take half as long to say. - Wharton, Edith ...
|Georgia faces a choice: We can plow new ground, or we can let the weeds grow." |
Governor Miller made it clear that he had chosen to plow new ground. The
central purpose of his administration would be to prepare Georgia for the 21st ...
|I do not know as I can say anything new about Strawberries, nor help any one to |
make any money growing them. ... But we have no new sorts, and at present are
raising only two kinds in a regular way for market. ... soon as the ground will do to
work in the spring, we select a plot for Strawberries, and put it in as good order as
the plow, harrow, ... The first season we pick off the blossoms, in order to have the
plants make all the growth possible, and of course the weeds are keptout clean.
|The progress we have made was not always easy, and the history of the struggle |
is not some relic of the past, but the challenge and hope of our future. ... Georgia
faces a choice: we can plow new ground, or we can let the weeds grow.