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|“Whatever needs to be maintained through force is doomed” (Henry Miller). “A |
clear and innocent conscience fears nothing” (Elizabeth I, 1533). “He does not
believe who does not live according to his belief” (Thomas Fuller, 1608). “Don't
|Whatever needs to be maintained through force is doomed. — Henry Miller When |
someone we love is in trouble, we may try to control or at least curb the trouble-
causing behavior. With the sincerest wish for their welfare, we throw out their ...
Henry Miller - 1941 - 256 pages
|The moment one is on the side of life "peace and security" drop out of |
consciousness. The only peace, the only security, is in fulfillment. On the other
hand, whatever needs to be maintained through force is doomed. There can be
no real life ...
|QuotationsBook.com. are at once enslaved by him. - Miller, Henry You can travel |
fifty thousand miles in America without once tasting a piece of good bread. -
Miller, Henry Whatever needs to be maintained through force is doomed. - Miller
|Saul Bellow Whatever needs to be maintained through force is doomed. Henry |
Miller It is better that a man should tyrannize over his bank balance than over his
fellow citizens. John Maynard Keynes The only justification in the use of force is
|We use the following relative pronouns and adverbs to introduce noun clauses: |
whatever) which(ever) whenever) whom(ever) where(ever) whomever) ...
According to Henry Miller, whatever needs to be maintained through force is
|QuotationsBook.com. Whatever needs to be maintained through force is doomed. |
- Miller, Henry Force without forecast is to little avail. - Proverb Force is that which
rules the actions without regulating the will. - Saying Where force is necessary, ...
|Angela Britnell. Whatever needs to be maintained by force is doomed. HENRY |
MILLER ... As she managed a barely visible nod, shards of pain throbbed through
her head. Her gaze fixed on the bare tree outside the window, stripped to a ...
|All of these steps were designed to force agreement from Hanoi by increasing the |
pain—a pain which, as the CIA reported ... As early as 1966, in a note to Defense
Secretary Robert McNamara, his aide John McNaughton offered a summary of
the trap into which American policy ... Staff maintained, they should have been
allowed to do whatever was necessary to win. ... Vietnam and that failure to use
its full potential doomed American forces to an unavailing war of attrition in the
|from controlling secondary reality 'forces', providing clarity of insight into why and |
how you respond to every circumstance ... Introspection of secondary reality '
forces' and mind 'objects', with the secondary reality, is doomed to cyclic
entrapment. ... reality 'forces' and mind 'objects', is self-maintaining and constantly
in flux as it is controlled by transitory needs and wants. ... However, you also
know that if you do not, the omission makes you culpably responsible for
whatever injustice you ...