They knew their lives were only temporarily important as flashes of the great infinite Life; and that truth is timeless, impossible to trademark, and no private possession of their own.
It will be universally admitted that instincts are as important as corporeal structure for the welfare of each species, under its present conditions of life.
He gradually mastered all the learning of his day, and left at his death forty-five volumes of his writings, the most important of which are 'The Ecclesiastical History of the English' and his translation of the Gospel of John into English.
This council met intermittently either at Trent or Bologna between the years 1545 and 1563, and its work was at least as important as the energy of the Jesuits in arresting the crimes and blunders that were causing state after state to fall away from the Roman communion.
Here was a movement that promised to make hint as splendidly important as his Prussian brother in arms And the imperialist idea also found support in the cheap popular press that was now coming into existence to cater for the new stratum of readers created by elementary education.
Why should not Australia, New Ireland, all that the English geographers call Australasia, joined to the Archipelagoes of the Pacific Ocean, have formed in times past a sixth part of the world as important as Europe or Asia, Africa or the two Americas.
The most important and the most pressing was the establishment of a bridge across the Mercy, then the building of a corral, designed for the accommodation of moufflons or other woolly animals which they had agreed to capture.
The likeness of the successive clauses is as important as their difference.
More important historically was the merely verbal reservation of the imperial right of confirmation, which was further made a matter of individual grant to each Emperor who might seek it from the Pope.
"That's almost as important as the Wickham Union, I fancy.
Facility of immigration, I believe, has been at least as important as the nature of the conditions.
Her elder cousins mortified her by reflections on her size, and abashed her by noticing her shyness: Miss Lee wondered at her ignorance, and the maid-servants sneered at her clothes; and when to these sorrows was added the idea of the brothers and sisters among whom she had always been important as playfellow, instructress, and nurse, the despondence that sunk her little heart was severe.
This being so, it is easy to see that what we give out is fully as important as what we take in; in other words, our expressions are just as important as our impressions.
But the amount of food is probably not so important as the kind.
All this and more, these were the reasons for playing, and none of them were as important as the most important reason: it just felt right, adventuring in-world --There was a particularly loud shriek of brakes from behind them, and it kept coming, getting louder and louder, and there was a blare of horns, too, and the sound didn't stop, got louder than you could have imagined it getting.
=PROPER DISHING= The "dishing" is quite as important as the cooking; a smear or thumb-mark on the edge of a dish is like a spot on the front of a dress!
But to-day although ballroom popularity is still important as a test by which a young girl's success is measured, it is by no means the beginning and end that it used to be.
The most important of these are the Yang-shao culture in the west and the Lung-shan culture in the east.
Here are a number of names to mention: the most important are Kung-sun Lung and Hui Tz)u, who are comparable with the ancient Greek dialecticians and Sophists.
Publishing soon grew in extent, and in private enterprise works were printed that were not so serious and politically important as the classic books of the past.
Important is also S. Sakuma and an article in Li-shih yen-chiu 1955, No.
The most important of these laws is the Law of Habit.
The group looked upon the personal computer, in Bunnell’s words, as “just asimportant to New Age people as the six-shooter was to the original pioneers.
It seems to me that the person you are when you're about to die isn't as important as the person you are during the rest of your life.
It is, however, important as a guide for the conduct of the examiner, as authorizing him to take certain measures; it shows how to attach certain legal processes in various directions.”
“The Frost Fairies” and “The Frost Kings” are given in full, as the differences are as important as the resemblances: The Frost Fairies From “Birdie and his Fairy Friends” by Margaret T. CanbyKing Frost, or Jack Frost as he is sometimes called, lives in a cold country far to the North; but every year he takes a journey over the world in a car of golden clouds drawn by a strong and rapid steed called “North Wind.”
This is why controlled breathing is very important as a foundation for physical health.