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|A good discussion topic: What are your students' beliefs about themselves as |
teachers? Beliefs ... Beliefs are innate and are integrated into one's personality. ...
Whatever one believes to be true either is true or becomes true in one's mind.
|~Alan Watts, 1915-1973 ~ In the province of the mind, what one believes to be |
true either is true or becomes true. ... Vilayat Khan, 1916-2004 ~ The great enemy
of truth is very often not the lie – deliberate, contrived, and dishonest – but the ...
Toni Cade Bambara, 1939-1995 ~ I think the truth keeps you alive and young in
your heart and your mind, where it counts. ... Charlotte Joko Beck ~ Everyday Zen
, 1989 Accept the truth, whatever the source ... take the pearls from the sea, the
|There is real resistance to the suggestion that people can just change what they |
believe. For some, their "faith" ... Beliefs and Perceptions "Whatever one believes
to be true either is true or becomes true in one's mind. "~John C Litty Beliefs not ...
|You are free of the physical world at that point and anything can happen inside |
your head because everything is ... whatever. one. believes. to. be. true,. either. is
. true. or. becomes. true. in. one's. own. mind." or becomes true in one's own mind
|fects in their lives—the results they achieve—to either good or bad luck. They do |
this for one of three reasons: (1) if it's bad luck, to relieve themselves of a sense of
responsibility, which ... The principle of belief says that whatever you believe
about yourself long enough and deeply enough becomes true for you. ... For the
most part, your beliefs produce your life experiences, not the other way around.
|Your self-image is built through an accumulation of your thoughts and |
experiences, not one thought alone. ... Other people can influence your opinion
about yourself by the words they say which either put you down or make you feel
great. Whatever you accept with your own thoughts will become a part of your
belief system, and the information will be recorded. We act in accordance ... We
use strong beliefs that we think are true to defend against the conflicting beliefs of
others. Distress ...
|BAs of course, entail truth or falsity, but in two ways; one way becomes clear in |
the situation in which the P of a BA is challenged. ... The other way also involves
challenge: i.e., when someone challenges someone's BA in terms of whether it
exists or not, i.e., whether or not he truly believes. ... Thus to say that a BA is true
or false in my sense would mean either that we have conclusive or inclusive
evidence for the P of the ... Whereas, whatever one's THE MALIGN GENIE
|Discovering Your Rightful Place in God's Kingdom Harold Caballeros ... While I |
observed the process, God spoke to my heart and made real to me the need to
bring every thought captive to the obedience of Christ. It is necessary that we
judge every thought that comes to our minds and expose it to the light of the Word
of God. ... A man is composed of what he believes (Proverbs 23:7)5 , so the
quality of thoughts we allow to enter into our system will have a positive or
negative effect in ...
|P RODUCTION. the produce is the amount or aggregate result from physical or |
mental labour: thus, whatever the ... What would become of the scrophulous
consumptive productions furnished by our men of wit and learning? ... signif ing
what he has roduced by the efibrt of his mind: Hldmer's Iliad is esteemed as one
of the finest productions of the imagination. ... is not real : a. declaration must be
either directly true or false ; he who declares expressly commits himself upon his
|We can see this once we become clear on what Davidson means by "objectivity. |
... being true) independently of one's thoughts and interests," that is,
independently of what one thinks or feels, about it. ... Just as a statement's being
true or false isn't constituted by one's thoughts or feelings about the statement,
neither is a statement's being justified or unjustified. ... since whatever evidence
one does have for P objectively either does or doesn't support P. (Feldman 1993,
68-70) So, let's ...