hopes with a wise determinism, and not to be too much cast down if one to whom he has made clear the disastrous effects of yielding to temptation cannot at once harmonise his. I believe that I am a free-agent, inasmuch as, and so far as, I have a will, which renders me justly responsible for my actions, omissive as well as commissive. Cited less human than Monster from Falling in Love, by Grant Allen. The lawyer who works his way up in professional merit from a five-dollar fee in a suit before a justice of the peace to a five-thousand-dollar fee before the Supreme Court of his State has a long and difficult path to climb. Cited from A Series of Lessons in Raja Yoga, by Yogi Ramacharaka. Parsons was no coquettish or simpering beauty, no mere devotee of fashionable manners, but a mature, well-poised character endowed with ripe intellectual and bodily graces. But the Italian of the Renaissance had to bear the first mighty surging of a new age. Scott Fitzgerald conveys the lack of responsibility in the established wealthy class by displaying its disregard of important affairs and its materialistic view of life. After an awful pause, the old lady remembered that she had something more to say - and said. Often animated by good resolutions, often anxious to do what is right, often possessing a sense of moral responsibility, these unhappy creatures plunge again and again into vice and crime.
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Dialectically the great Doctor was a great brute. Wilson reveals, She had it wrapped in tissue paper on her bureau (Fitzgerald 158). Some extend their responsibility to all living things and the non-living environment that supports us all. He is never at a loss for an effective moral attitude. He does not expect the same sense of moral responsibility in a young child, or in a savage, that he does in a mature, developed, civilized man. For he knows that not a few sentences of condemnation Christ writes on the sands, as He did in a celebrated case, and many an over-zealous accuser he has confounded, like the villainous Pharisees whom He challenged to show a hand white enough. Presty raised her eyes to the ceiling. Cited from Civilization of Renaissance in Italy, J Burckhardt.
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