More fruits of solitude. William Penn Quotes (Author of Some Fruits of Solitude) 2019-03-06

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Some Fruits of Solitude / More Fruits of Solitude Quotes by William Penn

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The dweller in this world can become aware of an existence on a totally different plane. Less knowledge than judgment will always have the advantage upon the injudicious knowing man. As I was listening to the creative and unique ways that God had been present to each one, I realized that what I enjoy far more than being a speaker or presenter is being a facilitator of vital encounters with Jesus. The world wearing the mark of its maker, whose stamp is visible everywhere, and the characters very legible to the children of wisdom. Friendship loves a free Air, and will not be penned up in straight and narrow Enclosures.

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More Fruits of Solitude

more fruits of solitude

If you do not at all know God, of course you will not recognize Him, either in Jesus or in outer space. For we love looking at others better than ourselves, and blaming those who are unhappy, rather than protecting and relieving them. The very winner is made a loser, because he pays twice for his own; like those who purchase estates mortgaged beyond the full value. Better say nothing than something irrelevant. Kristy: What was your favorite scene to write in Deathly Hallows? We are blind to the true qualities of a person: honesty, integrity, gentleness, a positive attitude, humility, faithfulness to their parents, etc. Don't chase lost money, which was poorly invested, with good money.

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More Fruits of Solitude. on Vimeo

more fruits of solitude

If love is not your principal motive, you will soon grow weary of a married state, and stray from your promise, to search out your pleasures in forbidden places. Paul in the third heaven suggests 2 Cor 12:24 : Paul saw a light without limits below or above or to the sides; he saw no limit whatever to the light that appeared to him and shone around him, but it was like a sun infinitely brighter and vaster than the universe; and in the midst of this sun he himself stood, having become nothing but eye. But that was— and that was partly because of the content-and partly because it had been planned for so long and been roughed out for so long. God's works declare his power, wisdom and goodness; but man's works, for the most part declare his pride, folly and excess. I have been referring your site to friends and other fans of the Potter series. And last of all, how the rational soul is seated in the animal, as its proper house, as is the animal in the body. What I do have some control over is how I respond or react to these involuntary distractions.


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‘Deathly Hallows’ and Penn’s ‘Fruits of Solitude’

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Not: For they must needs be present, that love, and live in that which is omnipresent. Wit is an happy and striking way of expressing a thought. Trust others as little as possible, but do your utmost to discharge the trust you undertake; for carelessness is injurious, if not unjust. Zeal done in love, is good; without it, good for nothing. Their subsistence is not during pleasure; nor have they admirers to please or present. Rex and Tyrannus are very different characters.

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William Penn Quotes (Author of Some Fruits of Solitude)

more fruits of solitude

Stories give a world to explore and express what we discover deeply hidden. But watch vigorously against all temptations to these things; as knowing that God is present, the overseer of all your ways and most inward thoughts, and the avenger of his own law upon the disobedient, and you will acceptably serve God. But, in truth, to find union with God exceeds all joys and pleasures of the world. One way you gain forgiveness, the other, you double the wrong and reckoning. And it was always Harry alone who had to have that experience. Others are so weak, they sink or burst under the weight of their office, though they can lightly run away with the salary of it. It is only to grumble at our creator.

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The fruits of solitude, and other writings (Book, 1915) [georgiajudges.org]

more fruits of solitude

For they will take their religion upon trust, but not trust their church to use their money for purposes that are noble. Here is the original from More Fruits of Solitude: 127. Love is indeed heaven upon earth; since heaven above would not be heaven without it. For we are both unthankful for the time we had it, and not honest enough to restore it, trying to retain it. Do not accuse others to excuse yourself; for that is neither generous nor just.

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Some Fruits of Solitude by William Penn (FREE eBOOK)

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Therefore rebellion in children , and the next sin to idolatry in the people; which is renouncing of God, the parent of all. If you rise with an appetite, you are sure never to sit down without one. In his prayers he says, thy will be done; but means his own. Friendship is the next pleasure we may hope for; and where we find it not at home, or have no home to find it in, we may seek it abroad. One rules his people by laws, to which they consent; the other by his absolute will and power.

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Some Fruits of Solitude / More Fruits of Solitude Quotes by William Penn

more fruits of solitude

Some Fruits of Solitude In Reflections And Maxims 1682 by William Penn 1644-1718 Site Editors Preface These Reflections and Maxims were written in a strange time for William Penn. Penn, a revolutionary leader and founder of Pennsylvania, was known for his faith, compassion, fairness, and equality to all. Our resolve is likely to evaporate again upon fresh temptations to the same things. It is well to cure, but better to prevent a disease. When you share to your friends, however, you greatly help distribute our content. Penn wrote these books during several periods of exile and house arrest, and they do suggest the reflections a person who has had a lot of time to think. Rowling chose as one of her Hallows epigraphs.

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More fruits of solitude : being the second part of reflections and maxims relating to the conduct of human life. (eBook, 1735) [georgiajudges.org]

more fruits of solitude

This is the Comfort of Friends, that though they may be said to Die, yet their Friendship and Society are, in the best Sense, ever present, because Immortal. And if you do good to those who do good to you, what thank have you? As love ought to bring them together, so it is the best way to keep them well together. Not to be provoked is best. They too often starve those they dare not deny. Like wine, whose sediment fly by being jogged, it is too muddy to drink. It reveals secrets, is quarrelsome, lustful, rude, dangerous and mad. She shares her understanding of the whole plant, demystifying the process of growing and cooking your own food, and reveals the vital links between taste, cooking, gardening, and taking care of the land.

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Some Fruits of Solitude

more fruits of solitude

Nothing can be more entire and without reserve; nothing more zealous, affectionate and sincere; nothing more contented and constant than such a couple; nor no greater worldly happiness than to be one of them. It is not often though it be lively and a covering, that it carries a great body with it. The epigraph itself I parsed above. Frugality avoids unnecessary expenses; liberality gives to others that are in need. How many people have the possibility of accepting their death before they die? They will be religious without it, and Christians without it, though this be the only means of making them so indeed.

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