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    1. You renounce the world

    2. will free that person as they seek God and renounce their ways

    3. A friend of mine told him he must renounce his practices and follow Jesus and then we would pray

    4. Sacrifices must be made, meaning that one has to renounce to some things in order to be allowed to enjoy others

    5. their author himself), and if we renounce to think that

    6. politic party, it should renounce of anarchism and

    7. In his book on the Bhagavad Gita, Gandhi says you must renounce the fruits of your actions to be on this path

    8. He makes it clear, however, that to renounce the fruits of your action does not mean giving up the reward for action

    9. While some people think that to progress spiritually you have to renounce the world, and spend all of your time in quiet meditation, this is simply not so

    10. After all, he’d never renounce the worst atrocities of the last hundred thousand years; that was to deny humanity itself

    11. Additionally, not one of the Eastern Alliance countries was prepared to renounce the use of their nuclear arms

    12. He referred to many eyes and ears working against them, only for Methyr to renounce his statement saying that they were all brothers in the village

    13. Yes sir, we are innocent and being fat professional politicians we know how to make it look as if we are innocent victims here, for did Mandela not renounce violence

    14. I renounce being a Pole and embrace Judaism

    15. I have been falsely accused, but that doesn’t mean I’m ready to renounce the rule of law

    16. Sadly, only a few of his friends and colleagues supported him in public and pleaded for him to maintain his status as Curator, albeit on the condition that he would burn the bulk of his work and renounce it as a work of fiction

    17. one and renounce the monastic sceptre

    18. So she gave me a four-page double-sided document to sign to renounce my Canadian citizenship

    19. our inward parts is to renounce and repent of living

    20. who demanded that he renounce his faith

    21. 15 Then Adam held out his hand, and put it into Satan's hand; when Satan said to him: "Say, now so true as God is living, rational and speaking, who raised the heavens into space, and established the land on the waters, and has created me out of the four elements and out of the dust of the earth I will not break my promise, nor renounce my word

    22. enjoy; the Bhogi enjoys to renounce

    23. fruit of these trees are simply amazing; yet, to renounce

    24. M: There is nothing to renounce

    25. 15 Then Adam held out his hand and put it into Satan's hand; when Satan said to him: "Say now so true as God is living rational and speaking who raised the heavens into space and established the land on the waters and has created me out of the four elements and out of the dust of the earth I will not break my promise nor renounce my word

    26. In addition, factions, or groups of people with similar interests, are obligated to renounce those factional interests if they do not tend to the best interest of the whole

    27. renounce what their husbands and neighbors did over years and

    28. that the right thing to do is to renounce those men and state

    29. served as a cautionary tale of what not to do: renounce work, mention

    30. 13 Now therefore set your house in order and reprove your people comfort such of them as be in trouble and now renounce corruption 14 Let go from you mortal thoughts throw away the burdens of man put off now the weak nature 15 And set aside the thoughts that are most heavy to you and haste you to flee from these times

    31. 110 Jesus said; "Whoever finds the world and becomes rich let him renounce the world

    32. 33 So therefore whoever of you who doesn't renounce all that he has can't be My disciple

    33. both of the pals should be put to death if they didn’t renounce their

    34. For if we renounce these indulgences and conquer the soul by not fulfilling its wicked desires we shall be partakers of the mercy of Jesus

    35. how hard I tried, renounce the idea of interjecting to save it

    36. If one must renounce one's sexual identity to obtain maternal love, this is a

    37. renounce one’s anger and hatred, in their destructive aspects, by

    38. This means that each member must renounce imposing their own will upon

    39. also have to renounce her own motherhood

    40. I can learn to renounce my will to dominate and to recognize the laws of

    41. without killing the same sex parent, and this can happen if we renounce the

    42. renounce my desire and I will hate life”

    43. can no longer renounce despite the thousands of types of more or less

    44. fol owers as long as they renounce the path of the gods

    45. And neither Severa nor Ño Josefina, of having been in present body, could have been able to dissuade me to renounce to those lips that were the gates to heaven, not

    46. "What is there to renounce?"

    47. In the morning she’d tear up her silly confession, renounce revenge, and try to make it up with Stephen—she should be able to get him away from the clutches of that scrawny old woman she’d seen him with

    48. (occult powers) have to renounce all the vanities of life and of the world (here

    49. Why a wealthy man with such a wonderful wife should’ve renounced his family life and embraced sanyas, never mind, his son landing up in gaol! Was it possible that his wife died in some road accident? And did that break his heart to renounce the world? What could have made Suresh a spoilt brat?

    50. And then, when adversity and persecution descend upon you, still others whom you think love the truth will be scattered, and some will renounce the gospel and desert you

    1. eye now that you’ve renounced your studies

    2. renounced to receive the rest of few money

    3. They renounced to one of the sidewalks

    4. The Russians have not renounced and continued

    5. We see this kind of spiritual practice in India, where it is common to see monks who have renounced everything in the world

    6. He, who, being thus equipped, is without desire for the result and is yet wholly engrossed in the due fulfillment of the task before him, is said to have renounced the fruits of his action

    7. same thing, I suppose!) however, having renounced her feminine charms and luring appeal in favor of a Feminist Identity that is appealing in its (own) inestimable manner, depending on one‘s point of view

    8. A nation that is unwilling to preserve the inviolability of its (own) language and customs or the foundations of its cultural and social traditions and, having renounced its national character and historical mandate, is not properly positioned to defend its (own) borders!

    9. Reagan was endorsed by the KKK, though he quickly renounced it

    10. In Libya, fearing that what happened to Saddam might happen to him, Kadaffi has renounced terrorism and nuclear weapons as well as those of mass destruction

    11. the two incarnations is that they both renounced worldly life at a

    12. has renounced its goal of doing away with individual nations and their replacement by a world

    13. then, is a Christian? He is one who has renounced

    14. his word was true, so they yielded to him, and renounced the glory of God;

    15. Josie’s bitter reply to his letter of reconciliation showed, in his mind at least, an angry attempt of self-justification on her part for having renounced many of the principles she once held inviolate

    16. his word was true so they yielded to him and renounced the glory of God;

    17. renounced the idea of interjecting to kill it, I could not, no matter

    18. He who, being thus equipped, is without desire for the result and is yet wholly engrossed in the due fulfillment of the task before him, is said to have renounced the fruits of his action

    19. He who, being thus equipped is without desire for the result, and is yet wholly engrossed in the due fulfillment of the task before him, is said to have renounced the fruits of his action

    20. He, who, being thus equipped, is without desire for the result, and is yet wholly engrossed in the due fulfillment of the task before him, is said to have renounced the fruits of action

    21. Having renounced war, the possession of war potential, the right of belligerency and the possession of nuclear weaponry, Japan held the view that it should possess only the minimum defense necessary to face external threats

    22. Why a wealthy man with such a wonderful wife should’ve renounced his family life and embraced sanyas, never mind, his son landing up in gaol! Was it possible that his wife died in some road accident? And did that break his heart to renounce the world? What could have made Suresh a spoilt brat?

    23. 14 These, then, are the factors of mind and influences of evil which, taken altogether, explain why a well-meaning and otherwise onetime sincere believer in Jesus, even after several years of intimate association with his transforming personality, forsook his fellows, repudiated a sacred cause, renounced his holy calling, and betrayed his divine Master

    24. She had said so, several times, and yet when it came to celebrating their love, it was on condition that he renounced his love for her

    25. It was then that all but Maracaeda renounced their magick and transferred it all to Evan… I lost track of them then because they also stopped in life

    26. “I have renounced my rights as heir to the Rothschild family fortune

    27. He renounced his claim as heir to the management of Stellar Interstellar Freight

    28. “He renounced his claim, but it was not accepted

    29. renounced all three attempts, that of materialism, “not by bread alone” , the

    30. Fat, talkative, with the airs of a matron in dis-grace, she renounced the sterile illusions of her cards and found peace and consolation in other people’s loves

    31. She spoke of him at the table as an exceptional being who had renounced all forms of vanity and was on his way to becoming a saint

    32. She sensed that he had fought so many wars not out of idealism, as everyone had thought, nor had he renounced a certain victory because of fatigue, as every-one had thought, but that he had won and lost for the same reason, pure and sinful pride

    33. Renounced Jihad for America, Israel, and the War

    34. It truly was remarkable that the Americans, who profoundly renounced any influence by the Europeans, had chosen to model such a wonderful facility on the French palaces of the eighteenth century

    35. Could that have been an attempt at reconciliation after Faye had renounced him and threatened to leave him? Or was he a different person than that which Faye had described? Impossible, she concluded, 139

    36. This happens when concept of self is renounced, or better stated, when we let go of ‘it is ME that is creating this life and reality’, in favor of the allowing whatever it is that creates reality, create through you

    37. After Lincoln was elected president, South Carolina renounced the Constitution and

    38. I renounced the inner vow, and asked God to bless my womb - 3 months later I'm pregnant, and here's our little baby

    39. * Called him as the ‘the defender of the British Empire’ and honored him with sword and an amount of 2,00,000 pound – Gandhi after this event the British lost the moral authority to rule over India – Rabindranath Tagore renounced knight hood titles as a mark of protest

    40. Peter spoke to Jesus the same way before he renounced Him three times

    41. At the age of 29 Prince Siddhartha renounced

    42. renounced every thing has to perform some actions however few they

    43. Once a young man who had renounced all worldly

    44. Sahunam’ - means salutations to all such saints who have renounced their home,

    45. He renounced his home and

    46. renounced the company of the band of deer

    47. creatures really awakened only when they have renounced all the attachments with worldly

    48. The one who has really renounced makes temple or a tree his

    49. He has renounced all his belongings –

    50. Worshippers who have renounced the vanity of earthly

    1. He says, “He who renounces reaps a thousandfold

    2. difference is not so great as it looks — the Yogi renounces to

    3. The Yogi renounces first,

    4. So shall everyone of you consider who desires to be a disciple to me; for if he renounces not all that he has he cannot be a disciple for me

    5. partially renounces the relationship, and she will have a relationship with her

    6. destination he renounces possessing the beauty of Circes and the divine

    7. Because force is the most basic way of violating rights, any civilised society renounces the use of individual force, and hands this power (the ability to initiate force) over to a dispassionate government

    8. “As the Soul endowed with a mind of equanimity renounces

    9. If he but renounces all oth-

    10. Ferrucci did not reflect at all on the fact that Ulysses twice renounces immortality as promised him, first by Circe and the second time by Calypso

    11. Now this person renounces this world and all that it contains

    12. civilised society renounces the use of individual force, and hands

    13. Whoever renounces faith in God after having believed-except for someone who is compelled, while his heart rests securely in faith-but whoever willingly opens up his heart to disbelief-upon them falls wrath from God, and for them is a tremendous torment

    14. No one renounces Our revelations except the treacherous blasphemer

    15. No religion is wholly devoid of external forms; even the Mahometan who renounces the use of pictures and images has a temple in which he worships the Most High, as solemn and beautiful as any Greek or Christian building

    16. Temple Loyalist—one who renounces the schism created by the Church of Charis’ defiance of the Grand Vicar and Council of Vicars of the Church of God Awaiting

    17. They tell us that it is a sin to pray for them and outwardly the Church, as it were, renounces them, but in my secret heart I believe that we may pray even for them

    18. Epanchin, of a sudden, “here are we all sitting here and imagining we are very clever, and perhaps laughing at the prince, some of us, and meanwhile he has received a letter this very day in which that same claimant renounces his claim, and begs the prince’s pardon

    19. For a Christian the promise of allegiance to any government—that very act which is regarded as the foundation of the political life—is a direct renunciation of Christianity, because a man who unconditionally promises in advance to submit to laws which are made and will be made by men, by this very promise in a very definite manner renounces Christianity, which consists in this, that in all problems of life he is to submit only to the divine law of love, of which he is conscious in himself

    20. Then the nymphs guarding the gold tell the gnome just what they ought to keep secret, namely, that whoever renounces love will be able to steal the gold they are guarding

    21. And the gnome renounces love, and steals the gold

    1. After pointing out that celibacy is not the exclusive domain of Catholicism and that renouncing the use of sex does not make priests sexless zombies devoid of their manhood, Roger traced for the readers the historical development of celibacy and the compelling reasons, human and divine, for the preference of celibacy over marriage to facilitate the priest’s function as a mediator between God and man, dedicated to the salvation of souls

    2. So Bonnie went to Canada, made a big show of renouncing her U

    3. We cannot therefore be the friends of both; and it behoves us by renouncing the one to make sure of the other

    4. renouncing her will and transforming herself

    5. moments of their lives, by renouncing their love for themselves; to learn to

    6. One must have Right Thoughts and attitude of mind—by renouncing sensory pleasures, by harboring kind thoughts opposed to ill will, and keep thoughts of harmlessness

    7. None of them believed Wren’s assertions of renouncing his claims to the Rothschild family business

    8. through that he's thinking of renouncing his kingdom citizenship? King

    9. I renounce my role in this place” - and as he began to speak his renouncing of the game, and the particular role he played, his face contorted

    10. After renouncing his state and the stately comforts, he became a saint

    11. Renouncing attachment to all things,

    12. One becomes neither wise by renouncing action nor emancipated

    13. The practice of renouncing action

    14. and who has steered his way across by renouncing all desire and good as

    15. Only after renouncing these three evils

    16. Renouncing oneself and cherishing others is not

    17. The Buddha heard their conversation and shouted at them, “You have come here after renouncing your home and family and everything else

    18. "The view that retiring from the world amounts to renouncing Karma is also wrong

    19. So confusing, too, renouncing temptations one had never had and didn't really know about

    20. caring and not renouncing her hope that humanity would notice

    21. It is not renouncing the world but getting detached from things that suck up our energy and give gravity to our growth

    22. Jews marrying non-Jews were renouncing their Judaic religion and becoming Protestants

    23. His surname was Cruncher, and on the youthful occasion of his renouncing by proxy the works of darkness, in the easterly parish church of Hounsditch, he had received the added appellation of Jerry

    24. So he did not take up the defence of Bovary; he did not even make a single remark, and, renouncing his principles, he sacrificed his dignity to the more serious interests of his business

    25. With the government I gave up all wish to be a governor again, but I did not give up all longing to be a count; and that will never come to pass if your worship gives up becoming a king by renouncing the calling of chivalry; and so my hopes are going to turn into smoke

    26. Now the old man only made a pretence of renouncing wine; he frequented wine-

    27. I will tell him the ties which bind me to Mademoiselle Valentine; if he be a sensible man, he will prove it by renouncing of his own accord the hand of his betrothed, and will secure my friendship, and love until death; if he refuse, either through interest or ridiculous pride, after I have proved to him that he would be forcing my wife from me, that Valentine loves me, and will have no other, I will fight with him, give him every advantage, and I shall kill him, or he will kill me; if I am victorious, he will not marry Valentine, and if I die, I am very sure Valentine will not marry him

    28. Then she said: “I’m thinking of renouncing my vows

    29. heart as he added: “And I suppose this means you won’t be renouncing your vows in the foreseeable future

    30. Before becoming a nun Caris had enjoyed dressing fashionably, and after renouncing her vows she had reverted to type

    31. This lovely spring roused Levin still more, and strengthened him in his resolution of renouncing all his past and building up his lonely life firmly and independently

    32. She knew that the support of religion was possible only upon condition of renouncing what made up for her the whole meaning of life

    33. She thought of them on the one day of their triumph, when they had stood like Kitty under the wedding crown, with love and hope and dread in their hearts, renouncing the past, and stepping forward into the mysterious future

    34. Joy came first, in spite of the threatening train behind it—joy in the impression that it was really herself whom Will loved and was renouncing, that there was really no other love less permissible, more blameworthy, which honor was hurrying him away from

    35. Julie had long been expecting a proposal from her melancholy adorer and was ready to accept it; but some secret feeling of repulsion for her, for her passionate desire to get married, for her artificiality, and a feeling of horror at renouncing the possibility of real love still restrained Boris

    36. Millions of men, renouncing their human feelings and reason, had to go from west to east to slay their fellows, just as some centuries previously hordes of men had come from the east to the west, slaying their fellows

    37. Not that Natasha liked solitude- she did not know whether she liked it or not, she even thought that she did not- but with her pregnancies, her confinements, the nursing of her children, and sharing every moment of her husband’s life, she had demands on her time which could be satisfied only by renouncing society

    38. As with astronomy the difficulty of recognizing the motion of the earth lay in abandoning the immediate sensation of the earth’s fixity and of the motion of the planets, so in history the difficulty of recognizing the subjection of personality to the laws of space, time, and cause lies in renouncing the direct feeling of the independence of one’s own personality

    39. But this would have cost five hundred francs at least, and in view of the fact that she had only been able to lay by forty-two francs and ten sous for this purpose in the course of five years, she had ended by renouncing the idea

    40. There was no reply to make; he experienced two violent vexations, the vexation of renouncing the bribery which he had hoped for, and the vexation of being beaten; the man added:—

    41. life before renouncing it, that to deprive her in advance, and in some sort without consulting her, of all joys, under the pretext of saving her from all trials, to take advantage of her ignorance of her isolation, in order to make an artificial vocation germinate in her, was to rob a human creature of its nature and to lie to God

    42. On the evening of the day when she had handed over her two little ones to Magnon, with express intention of renouncing them forever, the Thenardier had felt, or had appeared to feel, a scruple

    43. The old man’s obstinacy seemed natural to them, not because, as it was too easy to say, old age had made him less visionary than he had always been, but because renouncing the monopoly must have seemed to him like throwing away the victories of a historic battle that he and his brothers had waged unaided, back in heroic times, against powerful adversaries from all over the world

    44. Almost renouncing all thought of falling in with any game hereabouts, the ship had well nigh entered the straits, when the customary cheering cry was heard from aloft, and ere long a spectacle of singular magnificence saluted us

    45. For renouncing all the advantages of the inheritance as far as I was concerned (for some part of it would have been sure, sooner or later, to have fallen to me as Versilov's eon), I should have secured for ever a superior moral attitude in regard to Versilov's future action

    46. I am the head of the State! What am I to do? Kill myself? Or abdicate? But that would mean renouncing my duty

    47. The social man of our time is brought by life itself to the necessity of renouncing the pagan conception of life, which is no longer proper for the present age of humanity, and of submitting to the demands of the Christian teaching, the truths of which, no matter how distorted and misinterpreted they may be, are still known to him and alone furnish a solution to those contradictions in which he is losing himself

    48. I know that everything is decided by renouncing oneself and when I attain that then everything is clear

    49. On the way the recruits went on an uninterrupted spree, in which they were not interfered with by their elders, who felt that going to such a mad business as the one to which the recruits were going, abandoning their wives and mothers and renouncing everything holy to them, in order to become somebody's senseless instruments of murder, was too painful a matter, if they did not intoxicate themselves with liquor

    50. Christianity is not a legislation but a new life-conception; hence it was not obligatory, nor has it been accepted by all men in its full meaning, but only by a few; the rest have accepted it in a corrupted form—Moreover, Christianity is a prophecy of the disappearance of the pagan life, and therefore of the necessity of accepting the Christian doctrine—Non-resistance of evil by violence is one of the principles of the Christian doctrine which must inevitably be accepted by men at the present day—Two methods of solving every struggle—The first method consists in believing the general definitions of evil to be binding upon all, and to resist this evil by violence—The second, the Christian method, consists in not resisting evil by violence—Although the failure of the first method was recognized in the first centuries of Christianity, it is still employed; but as humanity advanced it has become more evident that there is not, nor can there be, a general definition of evil—Now this has become evident to all, and if the violence which is destined to combat evil exists, it is not because it is considered necessary, but because men do not know how to dispense with it—The difficulty of dispensing with it is due to the skilfulness and complexity of political violence—This violence is supported by four methods: by threats, bribes, hypnotism, and the employment of military force—Deliverance from State violence cannot be accomplished by overthrowing the State—Through experience of the misery of pagan life men are compelled to acknowledge the doctrine of Christ, with its non-resistance to evil,—a doctrine which they have hitherto ignored—To this same necessity of acknowledging the Christian doctrine we are brought by the consciousness of its truth—This consciousness is in utter contradiction to our life, and is especially evident in regard to general military conscription; but, in consequence of habit and the four methods of State violence, men do not see this inconsistency of Christianity with the duties of a soldier—Men do not see it even when the authorities themselves show them plainly all the immorality of the duties of a soldier—The call of the general conscription is the extreme trial for every man,—the command to choose between the Christian doctrine of non-resistance or servile submission to the existing organization of the State—Men generally submit to the demands of the State organization, renouncing all that is sacred, as though there were no other issue—For men of the pagan life-conception, indeed, no other issue does exist; they are compelled to acknowledge it, regardless of all the dreadful calamities of war—Society composed of such men must inevitably perish, and no social changes can save it—The pagan life has reached its last limits; it works its own destruction

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