|Autobiography, 11:this in spite of the world war, the unutterable horror by which we have been and are stillAutobiography, 56:I would lie awake all the night afterwards, in horror at the terrible way in which I had said it.Autobiography, 63:along the road. You can, perhaps, picture the horror of my aunt if she had ever seen this erraticAutobiography, 87:even chased me home from India to Scotland to my horror and dismay and to the surprise of theAutobiography, 93:taken on board the P. & 0. boat where, to my horror and my shame, from sheer weakness and nervousAutobiography, 113:warden's wife discovered me that day, to her horror, doing the washing, and knowing that I hadAutobiography, 150:This is very terribly true today. Fear and horror rule the world and it is easy for people to beAutobiography, 159:in magazine articles. I shall never forget my horror one day when a man in Los Angeles said to me,Autobiography, 200:I am myself a conservative Britisher, with a horror of divorce, with a dislike of sex discussionsAutobiography, 252:world was hurled into, the consequent chaos, horror, disaster, death and agony, many spirituallyDiscipleship1, 100:and chilled by life circumstance and the present horror of human existence - may turn to you forDiscipleship1, 317:forms - some of a beauty rare and some of horror and despair - they stand. They look not here orDiscipleship1, 784:world was hurled into the consequent chaos, horror, disaster, death and agony, many spirituallyDiscipleship2, 262:This is being done in spite of all the horror and agony and will be one of the first results ofDiscipleship2, 674:the difficulties encountered or lost our horror of glamor; we are therefore not critical, and uponDiscipleship2, 695:depress you. Dwell not too much upon world horror, but aim - in meditation - at conveying strengthExternalisation, 113:eternal truths. This world crisis, with all its horror and suffering, is - in the last analysis -Externalisation, 146:about almost overnight; the present reign of horror would end and the race of men could settle downExternalisation, 147:conditions and an emotional reaction at pain and horror and fear. In many ways, this has been aExternalisation, 218:the situation more clearly to the bewildered. A horror of war and a longing for peace are no excuseExternalisation, 224:by their own physical fatigue and by their horror of the present situation, plus the difficultiesExternalisation, 234:Germany, behind the imposed terror, shrinks in horror at what is being done. The same love of peaceExternalisation, 313:and stunned by humanity's pain and agony, by the horror of the moment, by anxiety over the future,Externalisation, 339:the world catastrophe, in spite of the rampant horror and evil which is stalking our planet, and inExternalisation, 367:and their inability to realize the full horror of what lay ahead for mankind. The selfishness ofExternalisation, 372:the very depths of cruelty, wickedness, pain, horror, terror and uncertainty. They have beenExternalisation, 381:and simply feeds the growth of fear and horror. But the love demanded of us is neither emotionalExternalisation, 381:an emotional reaction and clamoring outcry of horror at what has overtaken the world indicates loveExternalisation, 395:before, the nature of evil. Men are recoiling in horror from this display of rampant evil and evenExternalisation, 426:of those responsible for launching this horror on humanity is an absolute necessity and boundenExternalisation, 430:but feeling helpless in the face of the gigantic horror which the evil gang now ruling Germany hasExternalisation, 470:of the twentieth century and has led to the horror of this world war, 1914-1945 through which weExternalisation, 607:the prospect must surely, for Him, hold certain horror, must present its tests and majorExternalisation, 672:because of human selfishness, the drastic horror of the war (1914-1945); a Plan which today can andFire, 298:the past, and physical plane license, orgy and horror will be reduced seventy-five per cent. TheFire, 677:sex conditions reached a stage of unbelievable horror from our point of view. They are graduallyGlamour, 90:This Dweller is oft regarded as a disaster, as a horror to be avoided, and as a final andGlamour, 151:forms - some of beauty rare and some of  horror and despair - they stand. They look not hereHealing, 42:mental healer fails to realize. They make a horror out of death, whereas death is a beneficentHealing, 230:genealogies and relationships, and the complete horror of the occidental thinker over theHealing, 262:affecting humanity - things of beauty and of horror, modes of living  and civilization andHealing, 394:sum up my general proposition, that the fear and horror of death is founded upon the love of form -Healing, 442:rending processes in the act of death itself. Horror of the unknown and the indefinable. Doubt asHealing, 479:normality of this familiar  process. The horror which attends death upon the battlefield or byMagic, 300:rending processes in the act of death itself. Horror of the unknown and the indefinable. Doubt asProblems, 27:it treads the way of death and that is the true horror of the isolationist position. FactuallyPsychology1, 273:the subject of attack or defense, of virtuous horror or of specious argument; each has been thePsychology1, 274:for legal or illegal sex relations. Think of the horror unfolded in those words! Women, practicingPsychology2, 34:a condition of such complete aloneness that the horror of the great blackness will settle down uponPsychology2, 312:Threshold is oft regarded as a disaster, as a horror to be avoided, and as a final and culminatingPsychology2, 502:of a shop window when passing by. A shocked horror can, for instance, induce a person to relate,Rays, 29:aware. Or the burning ground of sorrow, agony, horror and pain which is the characteristic qualityRays, 59:the life of the Spirit which is at once its horror and its joy. I mean just that. The symbol orRays, 86:and that sight will never be forgotten, and the horror thus engendered will aid in stiffening theRays, 429:handled, need not again reach the ultimate horror. The area of difficulty - as is well known - isReappearance, 55:the prospect must surely, for Him, hold certain horror, must present its tests and majorReappearance, 109:I would ask you to contemplate the very real horror of what He has to face, and the necessity forReappearance, 116:strikes the orthodox Christian with horror; yet if one asks him the question which the disciplesReappearance, 187:comes the antidote to the spirit of fear and horror which has descended upon our unhappy planet.