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|Like many proponents of the New Thought philosophy, Marden believed that our thoughts influence our lives and our life circumstances.|
|Marden, Orison Swett It is what we do easily and what we like to do that we do |
well. - Marden, Orison Swett A strong, ... Marden, Orison Swett We make the
world we live in and shape our own environment. - Marden, Orison Swett Your
|It is in this adjusting that we make or mar our lives; and so complicated is life, that |
other lives, besides our own, are ... While we cannot shape the future in exactlv
the way we desire, we can adapt ourselves to its demands in such a way as to ...
The mere fact of our living amounts to nothing, absolutely nothing, in the grand
scheme of the world and men. ... But whether we enter into and enjoy our
birthright depends wholly upon ourselves — not upon opportunity, nor
environment, nor ...
2010 - 304 pages
|FormerJustice, Supreme Court of India I think what has been done in the field of |
environment during the last decade of the last century by ... She begins the book
by saying that this is only one earth but man lives in two worlds. ... The second
world, she talks about, is the world that we make with our own science using our
own brain, in the garb of and in the shape of development for our own comfort, by
carving out and consuming the natural world one by one, we build an aerodrome
Jules Pretty - 2006 - 1584 pages
|... world we live in where the technologies that we produce to make life easier for |
ourselves now threaten not just our own ... To our further, if blatantly
anthropocentric, credit, we have used such constructions to considerably shape
that world to ...
|We are, for example, those who live deeply inside the narratives of late modernity|
; we are shaped by the narratives of consumerism and individualism; we expect
that with the right formulas we can make the world work for us in our own chosen
ways. All of these are ... We are convinced that we can get the skills and training
we need to be in control of environments and texts to get what we want. Inside
|As women, we are constantly aware of each other's bodies and of the bodies of |
women we admire in entertainment, in public life, in our own workplaces and
social lives. Being a woman means thatyour body is unique to you. Be gratefulfor
|Let me make it clear that I am not criticizing other religions; I am merely |
conveying the Buddhist perspective. My point is that Buddhism turns away from a
permanent creator, and posits its own explanation. ... that themselves are not
made by karma; the karmas of beings living in the environment create conditions
that gradually affect how it forms. Since our present world cannot have been
formed after we took this present life, the karmas that shape our world must be
from past lifetimes, ...
Carol P. Christ - 2003 - 277 pages
|n the process view, the world is a web of changing individuals interacting with |
and affecting each other, co-creating the world. ... Personal relationships are
embedded in a web of structural relationships that shape societies and cultures.
... We are closely related to individuals in our own species, more closely to some
than others, as are all animals. ... Consciously or not we are related to the
constellations of minerals and cells and animals that make up the environment in
which we live.
|We have been met by a love which steps over all the boundaries we have |
scratched around the territory we call our own, all the ways we have of deploying
our substance to negotiate a position in the world, all the subtle ... We live in
environments we cannot control, and are hedged about by limits we cannot
overcome. ... There is only a limited difference that we can make, and we have
only a limited control over even that difference; our actions are inevitably shaped
by what others ...