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“Its ostensible subjects are the Followill brothers and cousin, aka Kings of Leon, but they are just about as dull as any other musicians going through the motions of self-inspection.”
“If the being made clear that such would be a means of self-inspection, that's quite another matter.”
“That habit of self-inspection, self-scrutiny, never exhausted or satisfied.”
“What the Buddhists mean by 'skilful means'; those habits of meditation, self-inspection which gradually teach you to regard as natural the sidestepping of selfish craving and the openness to what is.”
“But for the secularist, for the systematic critic of religion, moral integrity, self-inspection, fundamental trust must either be reduced to a personal option (I do this because I choose to do this) or it must be reduced to another form of survival strategy.”
“And for the religious believer, certainly within the Western Semitic religious traditions, for the religious believer that habit of humility of self-inspection, of admitting your relative status, is made possible by a fundamental act of trust in the character towards which you're looking.”
“The religious believer says in contrast, that moral integrity, self-inspection, honesty, openness and trust are styles of living which communicate the character of an eternal and free agency, the agency that most religions call God.”
“In spite of this, my sweet, as I paced the drawing-room during my self-inspection, and saw the poor cast-off school-clothes, a queer feeling came over me.”
“You shook your head. she intensified her self-inspection.”
“But the business also went on to rack up multiple citations for its employees lacking the proper animal-care certification, as well as for regularly failing to file the required self-inspection reports.”
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