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|8 Where everything is possible miracles become commonplaces, but the familiar |
ceases to be self-evident. ERIC HOFFER (1902-83), U.S. philosopher. The
Passionate State ofMind.aph. 228(1955). 9 What the hell is nostalgia doing in a ...
|Where everything is possible miracles become commonplaces, but the familiar |
ceases to be self-evident. We lie loudest when we lie to ourselves. Self-esteem
and self-contempt have specific odors; they can be smelled. No matter what our ...
|Hoffer, Eric Where everything is possible miracles become commonplaces, but |
the familiar ceases to be self-evident. - Hoffer, Eric Every new adjustment is a
crisis in self-esteem. - Hoffer, Eric The hardest arithmetic to master is that which ...
|Familiar Quotations FamiliaritiesAdmiration is a very short-lived passion that decays on growing familiar with its object unless it be still fed with fresh discoveries and kept alive by perpetual miracles rising up to its view.ndash ...|
|Familiar Quotations FamiliarizingAdmiration is a very short-lived passion that decays on growing familiar with its object unless it be still fed with fresh discoveries and kept alive by perpetual miracles rising up to its view.ndash ...|
|Guin, Ursula K. Le Where everything is possible miracles become |
commonplaces, but the familiar ceases to be self-evident. - Hoffer, Eric Space or
science fiction has become a dialect for our time. - Lessing, Doris 2 Science
fiction films are not ...
|Natural law is suspended ; standards of probability have ceased to exist. ... We |
become insensibly acclimatised to this dreamland. ... But at last we quit this
consistently, unimpeachably, most satisfactorily impossible world ; we are
restored to the world of ... For the concluding miracle, or rather brace of miracles
— the apparition of the angelic forms standing over the ... We would fain either
surrender unconditionally to reality, or remain free as naturalised citizens of a self
|The stories of Genesis are "' I mil it inns" : the "plagues" are "not miracles, but the |
natural catastrophes which from time to ... To him they have ceased to be
problems and for him the fundamental truths of the Bible are in no way enfeebled
in ... There is quite a good bit of realistic description of Hamilton and Burr, which
redeems this story from the utterly commonplace. ... mastered it may be possible
without exorbitant amount of time to gain a good working knowledge of the
James Silk Buckingham, John Sterling, Frederick Denison Maurice - 1893 - Read - More editions
|For years the stream of emigration had been flowing, with little intermission, until |
but a poor remnant remained. Heart-broken by the tyrant's oppressions, these
unhappy creatures had ceased to cultivate the fields ; no corn was procurable, ...
a day"; the bonds of discipline became loosened ; inside the camp a mutiny
brewed, but fortunately did not come to a head. ... Bodson, who was entrusted
with that delicate task, killed Msiri in self-defence, but was himself fatally
wounded, and thus ...
|Wi pray no more, made lowly wise, For miracle and sign ; Anoint onr eyes to see |
within The common, the divine. ... IV Ock antbor, after reviewing the organization
of the Society of Friends, its different meetings and forms of business, with which
most of us are familiar, ... Is this merely an equivalent for the more commonplace
expression ' obedience to conscience ' ? ... The Divine guidance is away from self
-indulgence, often away from outward success ; through humiliation and failure ...