I then should not have been thrown into this perplexity on account of this and thy vile hunch.
Possibly, some people might suspect him of a degree of under-bred pride; I have a sympathetic chord within that tells me it is nothing of the sort: I know, by instinct, his reserve springs from an aversion to showy displays of feeling--to manifestations of mutual kindliness.
:flamage: /flay'm*j/ n. Flaming verbiage, esp.
In the following chapter I shall present to your consideration some very remarkable cases of future-time clairvoyance, prevision, or second-sight; some of these are historical cases, and all are vouched for by the best authorities.
The Mahatma is indeed a "great soul," but it was illiterate millions who had the discernment to bestow the title.
05:018:010 There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch.
When they have all gone, you drag yourself miserably up-stairs, feeling that you never want to look in that drawing-room or dining-room again.
But I ne cannot *boult it to the bren, examine it thoroughly <26>*As can the holy doctor Augustine,Or Boece, or the bishop Bradwardine,<27>Whether that Godde’s worthy foreweeting foreknowledge *Straineth me needly* for to do a thing forces me(Needly call I simple necessity),Or elles if free choice be granted meTo do that same thing, or do it not,Though God forewot* it ere that it was wrought; knew in advance Or if his weeting straineth never a deal, his knowing constrains But by necessity conditionel.
Patanjali refers a second time to the life-control or KRIYA technique thus: "Liberation can be accomplished by that PRANAYAMA which is attained by disjoining the course of inspiration and expiration."
He had fixed her eye with his and was admiring her pretty chin and nose and lips, while she gazed not knowing what to make of him.
The latter was highly accomplished; but the former possessed courage, wit, and penetration, infinitely above her sex.
But important and reliable as the sense of touch is, it is nevertheless not to be trusted when it is the sole instrument of perception.
A premonition of capture weighed on my mind.
Smith alone, by a sort of presentiment, persisted in saying that the fugitive would return.