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|In The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty, award-winning, bestselling author Dan Ariely shows why some things are easier to lie about than others; how getting caught matters less than we think in whether we cheat; and how business practices ...|
|The song is called “We Believe.” We believe that You created all things In all their |
beauty and mystery. We believe we broke the boundaries You gave To keep this
world in harmony. We believe You called a family, Blessing them to bless all ...
|This force is nothing less than the belief in ourselves. When we believe in |
ourselves, we trust the divine order. We do not have to consciously do anything to
prove our confidence in the divine order. It automatically goes along with the
belief in ...
|We have never come to grips with ourselves, and we look at ourselves not |
through rose-colored glasses but through a dirty, brownish-gray film. We may
have ... We think a thought, then tell ourselves we shouldn't think that way. We
feel a ...
|Most often we have created three separate illusions that determine how we |
recognize ourselves; • The person we think we are. • The person we are actually
being. • The person we really want to be. Our minds will create the illusion that all
|manufacturers into the form of a creed it would read about as follows : — We |
believe, first of all, in protection — for ourselves. We believe the Government
should protect our infant efforts by high protective tariff so jobbers and letailers of
|Not long ago, Sally heard a seventh grade health teacher tell his class that “We |
tend to believe the things we tell ourselves.” She was struck by the simplicity of
that statement—and also by how deeply true it seems to be. We may not always ...
|We may have accepted standards of behavior that are actually at odds with our |
spirit. So on the conscious, expressed level or deeper, there may be conflict in
even our intention to change. I think most of us deeply accept ourselves in the
|A thought is, at best, a description of something we take in with our senses. And |
yet, from a very young age, we're taught that we are what we think about
ourselves. But there is another layer to this, and that is we tend to believe that we
|Faith is looking at Christ, not at ourselves. Faith sees ourselves in Christ, |
notinourselves. As believers weshould never lookat ourselves.We should only
consider ourselvesin Christ.” We can only believe in the factsin Christ. Wecannot