And it Should be Remarked in Passing that this Force Upon a Man to ...
... competitive dressmaker. She should have not one trade but twenty hobbies;
she, unlike the man, may develop all her second bests. This ...
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But in this Corner Called England, at this End of the Century...
... All we men had grown used to our wives and mothers, and grandmothers, and great
aunts all pouring a chorus of contempt upon our hobbies of sport, drink and ...
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When a Man is Asked to Write Down what He Really Thinks on ...
... Theology is a word like geology, soldiering is a word like soldering; these sciences
may be healthy or no as hobbies; but they deal with stone and kettles ...
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Anxieties and Troubles, Friends and Foes
... all domestic matters, saw importunate beggars, deftly dealt with various genera
of lunatics who came to the Patriarch with peculiar hobbies, inspirations, and ...
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A Praying Bent of Mind.
... Whatever you are most set upon, whatever your favorite fads or hobbies or inclinations
or moods are, they are apt to appear in that involuntary train of ...
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For this Deep and Disabling Reason Therefore, Its Cynical and ...
... says, "The world does not want piety, but soap" and Socialism." Piety is one of
the popular virtues, whereas soap and Socialism are two hobbies of the upper ...
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Slum Novelists and the Slums
... or that the bulk of the commonplace nobility do not vote, and so leave the chamber
to the prigs and the specialists and the mad old gentlemen with hobbies. ...
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... history and tradition. hither and thither. hoarse and rumbling. hobbies and
eccentricities. hollowness and unreality. holy and prayerful. homeliness and simplicity ...
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... was fortunate for all who were to come after them that those men of whom I speak
were no dreamers or doctrinaires, and rode no "half-saddled hobbies" of their ...
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The Eternal Revolution
... They are, by the nature of the case, the hobbies of a few rich men. We have not
any need to rebel against antiquity; we have to rebel against novelty. ...
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Topical Bible VersesJames 4:1
From where come wars and fights among you? come they not hence, even of your lusts that war in your members?Topicalbible.org
What does it profit, my brothers, though a man say he has faith, and have not works? can faith save him?
But be you doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.
Pray for us: for we trust we have a good conscience, in all things willing to live honestly.
In the which you also walked some time, when you lived in them.
Lie not one to another, seeing that you have put off the old man with his deeds;
Speak not evil one of another, brothers. He that speaks evil of his brother, and judges his brother, speaks evil of the law, and judges the law: but if you judge the law, you are not a doer of the law, but a judge.
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