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|When we are tired of loving, we are very glad of some act of infidelity towards |
ourselves to disengage us from our own fidelity. " The head is always the dupe of
the heart. " We often do good, in order that we may do evil with impunity. " If we ...
|" When wo are tired of loving, we arc very glad of some act of infidelity towards |
ourselves to disengage us from our own fidelity. " The head, is always the dupe of
the heart. " We often do good, in order that we may do evil with impunity. 'i If we ...
|King Jr. Martin Luther There is hardly a man clever enough to recognize the full |
extent of the evil he does. - La Rochefoucauld, Francois De We often do good in
order that we may do evil with impunity. - La Rochefoucauld, Francois De It is a ...
|To listen closely and reply well is the highest perfection we are able to attain in |
the art of conversation. - La Rochefoucauld Usually we ... La Rochefoucauld We
often do good in order that we may do evil with impunity. - La Rochefoucauld We
|—Mahatma Gandhi “Life is neither a good nor an evil; it is simply the place where |
good and evil exist.” —Lucius Annaeus Seneca “We often do good in order that
we may do evil with impunity.” —Duc de La Rochefoucauld “Good judgment ...
|We admonish that Civilization is, in both general and specific terms, an extension |
of manner, Habit and custom in a very ... Order, under the rule of corrupt law,
within which law Christian Morals will be abandoned in favor of Popular Opinion,
driven by ... Money has moved from beinga servant ofhumanity to being a
controlling force, which can be used with impunity. ... however not many can
imagine what might be the ultimate outcome from all this wonderful technical
|CINCINNATI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1838. met for the purpose of |
consulting upon tbe best means ... helieve in complete punishment for sin, and,
therefore, Universalism is not a doctrine which teaches that man may do evil with
impunity; hut ... Bo it remembered , that we do not cn- ler the arena of discussion
to argue against i Mnishment — against future .... I stand up bere, my hearers, to
predict that ini.be usual order of nature, there will be a harvest in the course of the
|But let me see if I can explain what I mean. Human lives are full of daily deeds of |
many sorts — some usual, some unusual; some clearly noble, some clearly
vicious. ... If we are sure that there are no ultimate consequences to any act of
ours, no matter what we do, we are left with a certain liberty to do evil with
impunity, whatever theory we might use to explain it. If each human life is, in fact,
a drama, as I ...
Philip Schaff - 2007 - 640 pages
|'We ought therefore to do alms that we may be heard when we pray that our past |
sins may be forgiven, not that while we ... He may thus show the efficacy of charity
for the deletion of past sins, not for impunity in their perpetual commission. And
such persons, indeed, as decline to abandon their evil habits of life for a better
course cannot be said to do charitable deeds. ... Why do many through fear of the
first saying run to baptism, while few through fear of the second seek to be
|He might wish to ascertain whether it was really John the Baptist raised from the |
dead ; or he might be desirous of ... him of a long season, because he had heard
many things of him, and he hoped to have seen some miracles done by him. ...
Shall, then, the Son of God come upon earth, and propound doctrines which we
do not think worth the trouble of ... Life and deatb, good and evil, are set before us