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And relate to them the story of the two sons of Adam with truth when they both offered an offering, but it was accepted from one of them and was not accepted from the other. He said: I I will most certainly slay you. (The other) said: Allah only accepts from those who guard. (Quote by - Quran)

When government accepts responsibility for people, then people no longer take responsibility for themselves. (Quote by - George Pataki)

Say what you will, making marriage work is a woman's business. The institution was invented to do her homage; it was contrived for her protection. Unless she accepts it as such -- as a beautiful, bountiful, but quite unequal association -- the going will be hard indeed. (Quote by - Phyllis Mcginley)

Zippy accepts chaos as what it is, which is the real order of everything. (Quote by - Al Sinclair)

This is a fascinating reform, since it comes right before the U.S. FASB -- as is probable -- accepts a request by the SEC to look into FAS87, the U.S. (pension) standard. (Quote by - Andrew Roberts)

Zen is all-inclusive. It never denies, it never says no to anything; it accepts everything and transforms it into a higher reality. (Quote by - Osho)

The community method is more humanistic but it?s still highly professional, Ashland already accepts that. The dichotomy has been overplayed. (Quote by - John Morrison)

We only had a brief time to talk, He accepts responsibility for what he did, and is terribly, terribly sorry for what he did. In addition to Casey being hurt, now his parents are being punished for what he did. (Quote by - James Burke)

Feast of Clare of Assisi, Founder of the Order of Minoresses (Poor Clares), 1253 Commemoration of John Henry Newman, Priest, Teacher, Tractarian, 1890 It is our great relief that God is not extreme to mark what is done amiss, that he looks at the motives, and accepts and blesses in spite of incidental errors. (Quote by - Newman, John Henry)

The field of consciousness is tiny. It accepts only one problem at a time. (Quote by - Antoine de Saint-Exupery)

True maturity is only reached when a man realizes he has become a father figure to his girlfriend's boyfriends -- and he accepts it. (Quote by - Larry Mcmurtry)

He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. (Quote by - Martin Luther King, Jr)

Clearly the person who accepts the Church as an infallible guide will believe whatever the Church teaches St. (Quote by - Thomas Aquinas)

Difficulty is the excuse history never accepts. (Quote by - Edward Murrow)

The path back to the road map is clear: Acceptance of the three principles. If it accepts the quartet principles or a new government comes to power that accepts them, funding can be restored. (Quote by - Sean McCormack)

Misfortune is never mournful to the soul that accepts it; for such do always see that every cloud is an angel's face. (Quote by - Lydia M. Child)

Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live; it is asking others to live as one wishes to live. And unselfishness is letting other people's lives alone, not interfering with them. Selfishness always aims at uniformity of type. Unselfishness recognizes infinite variety of type as a delightful thing, accepts it, acquiesces in it, enjoys it. (Quote by - Oscar Wilde)

The mind never fully accepts any convictions that it does not owe to its own efforts. (Quote by - Frederic Bastiat)

The person who only accepts friends without faults will never have any real friends. (Quote by - Jewish Proverb)

If we accept that a mother can kill even her own child, how can we tell other people to not kill each other? Any country that accepts abortion is not teaching its people to love, but to use any violence to get what they want. (Quote by - Mother Teresa)

A secure individual knows that the responsibility for anything concerning his life remains with himself-and he accepts that responsibility. (Quote by - Harry Browne)

Devotion is the real spiritual sweetness which takes away all bitterness from mortifications, and prevents consolations from disagreeing with the soul; it cures the poor of sadness, and the rich of presumption; it keeps the oppressed from feeling desolate, and the prosperous from insolence: it averts sadness from the lonely, and dissipation from social life; it is as warmth in winter and as refreshing dew in summer; it knows how to abound and how to suffer want, how to profit alike by honour and by contempt; it accepts gladness and sadness with an even mind, and fills men's hearts with a wondrous sweetness. (Quote by - Sales, François De)

Sectarianism is limitation. Some truth taught in Scripture, some part of the divine revelation, is apprehended, and the heart responds to it and accepts it. As it is dwelt upon, expounded, defended; its power and beauty increasingly influence those affected by it. Another side of truth, another view of revelation, also contained in Scripture, seems to weaken, even to contradict, the truth that has been found to be so effectual. and in jealous fear for the doctrine accepted and taught, the balancing truth is minimized, explained away, and even denied. So on a portion of revelation, on a part of the Word, a sect is founded, good and useful because it preaches and practices Divine truth, but limited and unbalanced because it does not see all truth, nor frankly accept the whole of Scripture. Its members are not only deprived of the full use of all Scripture, but are cut off from the fellowship of many saints, who are less limited than they, or limited in another direction. (Quote by - E. H. Broadbent)

There is no one on earth more disgusting and repulsive than he who gives alms. Even as there is no one so miserable as he who accepts them. (Quote by - Amanda Parks)

Your true traveller finds boredom rather agreeable than painful. It is the symbol of his liberty - his excessive freedom. He accepts his boredom, when it comes, not merely philosophically, but almost with pleasure. (Quote by - Aldous Huxley)


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