for whatever reason, is the greatest misfortune that can befall a man. In this connection, we are reminded of the well-know proverb, "Empty mind is the Devils workshop." Work is necessary to keep man way from mischief. Those who have no work to do are likely to go astray and fall into evil ways. Delinquency...
5. Selection of books
6. Bad effects of bad books
It is said that an empty mind is devil’s workshop. The moment we sit idle, devil starts instilling evil in our minds. So it is always better to do something constructive in our spare time. Any thing that we do in our spare...
them mentally and emotionally but physically as well, where obesity has become such an important issue among younger kids. They say “an empty mind is a devils workshop” and that applies to today’s teenagers. Various studies done by the University of California show that children who play these video games...
* Better late than never.
* Better lose a prank than a friend.
* Better one-eyed than stone-blind.
* Better the devil you know than the devil you don't.
* Better the foot slip than the tongue.
* Better to do well than to say well.
* Better to reign in hell, than serve...
Battlefield of the Mind
Battlefield of the Mind is written for kids so they can understand what they are thinking about and why they are thinking about it. It speaks on how to deal with negative people...
cat makes a proud mouse.
91. A silent fool is counted wise.
92. A small leak will sink a great ship.
93. A soft answer turns away wrath.
94. A sound mind in a sound body.
95. A stitch in time saves nine.
96. A storm in a teacup.
97. A tattler is worse than a thief.
98. A thief knows a thief as a wolf...
Protestant -- in the provincial towns of any country. Mr. Strang misses the biblical mystery of a God who suffers for Israel and for humankind. He does not mind admitting ponderously that he is an atheist and that the Bible is responsible for his son’s aberrant behavior. He says to the psychiatrist:
A boy spends...
Idle Brain is the Devil's Workshop
Man is not made to be idle. "In the sweat of thy face shall thou eat bread" is the curse of God, according to the Bible. It is more a blessing than a curse. We should not be like drones but should...
relatives and friends when we are separated from them.
o Possible reply is And too much makes it wander or the contradictary proverb, Out of sight; out of mind.
A cat may look at a king.
o Possible Interpretation: This is one of Mother Goose's Nursery Rhymes. It means: If a cat may look at a king, I have...
Faustus, commonly referred to simply as Doctor Faustus, is a play by Christopher Marlowe, based on the Faust story, in which a man sells his soul to the devil for power and knowledge. Doctor Faustus was first published in 1604, eleven years after Marlowe's death and at least twelve years after the first performance...
something that was given to him and he didn’t have to work for it, but it’s powerful, it’s his being, his essence of individuality. To sell it would be to empty, worthless and be in the control of Howard. When Roark hears this he understands something deeper than what Peter implies, Howard is disgusted by this...
services can also be a reason of work.
In addition, some people like to help others. They cannot seat idle. There is a saying that, "Idle mind is the devils workshop" and I think this is true. For example, my uncle John, He is very friendly and helping in nature. He likes to help others and he always keeps...
grandmother recalls an old plantation that she had visited in the neighborhood of "Toombsboro" (426). Upon hearing this location, the word tomb comes to mind, symbolising death. It is also interesting that she thinks that the old plantation is in this specific town, since her wanting to go to the house is...
As I watched "The Crucible" taking shape as a movie over much of the past year, the sheer depth of time that it represents for me kept returning to mind. As those powerful actors blossomed on the screen, and the children and the horses, the crowds and the wagons, I thought again about how I came to cook...
Beggars should not be choosers
Behind every great man there"s a great woman
Better late than never
Better safe than sorry
Better the Devil you know than the Devil you don"t
Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness
authority was associated in our minds with a greater insight and a more humane wisdom” (Remarque 15).
This is Paul’s first and most direct exploration of how the older generation betrays the younger generation by convincing them to sacrifice their lives for the empty ideals of patriotism and honor...
writes “come ,come, come” and “to bed, to bed”. In this scene lady Macbeth also talks in a very quick and short manner this gives the impression that her mind is very jumbled furthermore this could imply she has a lot to say but not enough time to say it all. This then portrays her as a disturbed character...
conversation with his landlord, one Dr. Gozzi, who also happens to be a priest,
“ As everything, for him, was an article of faith, nothing, to his mind, was difficult to understand: the Great Flood had covered the entire world; before, men had the misfortune of living a thousand years; God conversed...
environment and other people, the hit and shout teaching style, the one who “has nothing to do,” but “just acts ordinary,” and that doubt is the Buddha devil.
Lin-chi said, “Here in this lump of red flesh there is a True man with no rank,” and “if there are any of you who don’t know this for a fact, then...
answer this question or explain the mystery behind it. The tree haunted in everybody's memory. It was said that some villagers had seen apparitions of devil, appearing at the vicinity of Othapanai.
I, by then, had visual knowledge how Satan should look like from paintings and pictures that I saw in...
out the murals painted in Quinta del Sordo. The congregation of women mostly old are looking with fear and adoration at silhouette of a goat – the devil. The young girl on the left side looks young and beautiful and the scene seems to be of an initiation of the youth into the group. Next to the goat...
Chapter 3 See Who You Are! Chapter 4 Where Is Satan? Chapter 5 Watch Out! Chapter 6 Dreams?Satan?s "Night-traps" Chapter 7 Guard Your Mind! Chapter 8 You Can Walk Out On The Devil! Chapter 9 Instruments For Humiliating Satan Chapter 10 Here Is It! Chapter 11 Over To You Now
God Wants You Free...
and Marketing Communications Clow & Baack, 5th global edition + Extra literature, provided in class + Everything that is mentioned during lectures, workshops and guest lectures Final score: The final score is determined by: Exam: 60 points Group assignments: 40 points There is one written exam. The written...
She had two children with her husband of many years. Her oldest son Dick was a dare devil. He was always challenging what the world had to offer. At a young age of 22 Dick became a victim of his dare devil ways and was killed. For Clara her son meant the world to her and she became distraught...
cat makes a proud mouse. 91. A silent fool is counted wise. 92. A small leak will sink a great ship. 93. A soft answer turns away wrath. 94. A sound mind in a sound body. 95. A stitch in time saves nine. 96. A storm in a teacup. 97. A tattler is worse than a thief. 98. A thief knows a thief as a wolf...
wasn't the start of what will seem to be a perfect and happy marriage, not a true and solid love, on the contrary, what passed between them was only an empty love, I believe.Based on Agueda's character, she is truly capable of making rushed decisions. From the sequence in paragraphs 11-14, we can see an Agueda...
The Devil and Tom Walker
"The Devil and Tom Walker" written by Washington Irving is an example of romanticism in American literature. This book was written between the late 1600’s and early 1700’s. Romanticism was an artistic movement within literature in the 19th century that promoted individuality...
just a collocation of words on a printed page (text) but is made or created within the precincts of a ‘theatre’ (which is what Peter Brooks calls The Empty Space). (All great playwrights have been apprentices who created their plays, not in the privacy of their rooms but in the lively and vibrant ambience...
P. D. OUSPENSKY
"I will tell you a fairy tale," said the Devil, "on one condition:
you must not ask me the moral. You may draw any conclusion you
like, but please do not question me. As it is, far too many follies are
laid at our door...