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“That in declarations such as 'Thou art that' and 'this Self is Brahman,' the words _thou_ and _Self_, no less than the words _that_ and _Brahman_, denote Brahman in so far as having the individual souls for its body, and that thus the two sets of words denote fundamentally one and the same thing, has been explained previously.”
“But when we hyphenate the word Self and add “awareness” or “esteem,” Self becomes downright positive.”
“Some technical amendments to the act, such as the deletion of the term Self-governing Territory, formed part of the proclamation.”
“The term Self thus connects itself from the beginning with things which are not true Selfs, because the highest Self is as it were viewed in them.”
“But as in the preceding sections the term Self is seen to be connected with what is not of the nature of the Self, such as the Self of breath, and so on, it is not possible to draw a valid conclusion from the subsequent passage!”
“In the clause, 'different from that is the Self of bliss,' the term Self can refer to the highest Self only; 'as in other cases,' i.e. as in other passages -- 'the Self only was this in the beginning; it thought, let me send forth the worlds,' and similar ones -- the term 'Self denotes the highest Self only.”
“There has been some dispute respecting the term Self-love, both as to its general propriety, and as to the mental feelings which ought to be referred to it.”
“Coupled with a desire to keep a series enterable at any point, however, and all too often the combination results in what I call The Self-Introduction of Doom.”
“I disbelieve what I call the Self-Interested Voter Hypothesis SIVH for short.”
“The only thing that makes these situations slightly less painful is that the US Embassy does have what it calls the Self-Help fund.”
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