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Autobiography, 81:the occasion warranted it. If she did not like the way I was behaving, she told me so. If reportsAutobiography, 83:in me. This old bearer looked and acted like a saint and probably was a disciple. Again I was facedAutobiography, 88:not to talk about myself. In any case, I do not like discussing myself, particularly suchAutobiography, 92:we do not do these things, because we did not like the price we paid - and pay we did. I think itAutobiography, 95:he said, "Don't you go around fainting in places like this. It is nine o'clock at night and it isAutobiography, 103:and took my hand and said, "Miss Alice, I don't like him and I don't like to say this to you, butAutobiography, 103:said, "Miss Alice, I don't like him and I don't like to say this to you, but if he doesn't treatAutobiography, 105:The discovery of the anti-Negro feeling was like discovering an open door into the great house ofAutobiography, 106:in the South, and need loving and developing like children." A few years ago in London I had aAutobiography, 107:the attention of the doctor, but Mrs. Snyder was like a tower of strength and I shall never forgetAutobiography, 109:hats on. I recollect it as a nightmare. But, like all bad things, it ended and we arrived at BostonAutobiography, 110:that average human beings are kindly inside and like to help. Don't forget that the proving of thatAutobiography, 110:endlessly, I had to listen to Walter's sermons. Like all ministers and their families in thoseAutobiography, 111:never in my whole life come across a community like this little town. There were only about fifteenAutobiography, 114:it was the Bishop and this act was just like him. Much discussion and talk followed and eventuallyAutobiography, 118:send up what I think you need and you wouldn't like that, would you?" So I turned in an order. WhenAutobiography, 122:Again, I don't feel humorous about it. It was like an entirely new incarnation [123] and theAutobiography, 129:start singing, "Nearer my God to Thee." I didn't like it at first and used to shudder at theAutobiography, 129:out for me in all kinds of ways and I would like again to point out that this had nothing,Autobiography, 129:to me and I have never forgotten it. I learnt to like them very much and we grew to be goodAutobiography, 129:to be good friends. I never, however, learnt to like the sardines. I made up my mind that if I wasAutobiography, 130:to listen to comments such as, "What's a woman like this doing in a factory?" and "She looks tooAutobiography, 131:and I'm going to hang it on a nail here. I don't like your drying your hands on that dirty rag inAutobiography, 131:have never seen her since. She probably did not like me and she certainly did not like the truth.Autobiography, 131:did not like me and she certainly did not like the truth. This work in the factory went on forAutobiography, 133:hand that I contacted Theosophy. I do not like the word in spite of its beautiful connotation andAutobiography, 134:inhabited by an Agnishvatta. It sounded to me like complete nonsense and I doubt if that kind ofAutobiography, 139:were His pupils and disciples, just as people like myself were pupils of some Master. I learnt thatAutobiography, 140:and Reincarnation by Theosophists who, so often, like to sound learned. Personally, I believe thatAutobiography, 141:brought me? Why should there have been people like that wretched little soldier from whom MissAutobiography, 144:It was then a gentler and sweeter place. I would like to go on record of the lasting impressionAutobiography, 145:Of course there is a bad element but I would like to know in what section of human society you willAutobiography, 147:too busy to be bothered, and because I do not like a festering point of poison in my mind. I'm sureAutobiography, 153:a great deal, because I love animals. I would like here to make two suggestions which I have foundAutobiography, 163:and I don't want to be drawn into anything like that." I was startled to hear myself speaking outAutobiography, 163:of "Initiation, Human and Solar." I would like to make it quite clear that the work I do is in noAutobiography, 165:steps and the time was ripe. He felt he would like to tell the Masters, much to my amusement, thatAutobiography, 167:focused point of attention. It is almost like the ability which the advanced student of meditationAutobiography, 175:these letters; sometimes I do not and I would like to give my grateful thanks at this pointAutobiography, 181:and had seldom worn shoes and it was for them like an entirely new civilized experiment. How heAutobiography, 183:astrologically have Cancer rising because I like to hide and not be seen and the verse in the BibleAutobiography, 184:my good luck that today my daughters seem to like me. They all had a far more normal time in theirAutobiography, 191:this because for the sake of the work I would like to have its sources recognized. From the SecretAutobiography, 197:is taught that the souls of men are one. I would like to add, also, that this is a school whereinAutobiography, 202:Alice A. Bailey - Chapter V Personally, I would like to see every boy and girl at the age ofAutobiography, 202:physician and told the bald facts. I would like to have engendered in the younger generation aAutobiography, 202:parents for the next generation and I would like to have the mother and father of today (and here IAutobiography, 202:risks when they know the risks exist. I would like to have the sex problem approached by theAutobiography, 203:and it was there I learned to understand and like both groups. I respect, like and trust theAutobiography, 203:to understand and like both groups. I respect, like and trust the younger generation. About thisAutobiography, 204:never gave me any cause to distrust them, but I like to take this opportunity, now they are allAutobiography, 206:what it is to feel nervous on the platform. I like people and trust them and an audience is simplyAutobiography, 206:people and circumstances and her environment. I like to think that in the last seventeen years ofAutobiography, 208:than many other types of poverty. They do not like to accept charity and they cannot go around andAutobiography, 208:to me. I find it difficult to talk as I would like to talk about the people who matter the most toAutobiography, 208:to put into an autobiography what I would like to say. Another interesting friendship also came ourAutobiography, 209:my friend, Baroness..., and said, "How I would like to put the Grand Duke in touch with people inAutobiography, 210:to tell him that there were people in America, like Mrs. du Pont Ortiz, who thought as he did, whoAutobiography, 210:me that the Grand Duke had said that he would like to do what I wanted him to do. This was theAutobiography, 219:the social ladder. It is a great education to like people and I was born liking [220] people. OneAutobiography, 221:tell her that we were not going to do anything like that as we were not interested in statues ofAutobiography, 222:and found out that foreign people were very like ourselves. From Antwerp we went to Locarno,Autobiography, 254:there are three points to which I would like to call your attention. Earlier - many years earlier -Autobiography, 265:the spiritual man and the universal One. I would like to divide what I have to say about theAutobiography, 280:ideas or governing principles which we would like to put before you. Upon these, the success of theAutobiography, 286:We also leave our students free to serve as they like and where they like. We do not demand thatAutobiography, 286:free to serve as they like and where they like. We do not demand that they join this, that or theAutobiography, 296:nor will we see ourselves as perfect as we would like to be. But we can work for (and see) manyBethlehem, viii:opportunity and destiny. In closing, I would like to offer my grateful thanks to Mr. WilliamBethlehem, 17:out, dimmed by the glory of the soul, which, like the rising sun, disperses the darkness, revealsBethlehem, 17:Orient, and worked in that country which seems like a bridge between the Eastern and WesternBethlehem, 42:Saul when he says: "Oh, Saul, it shall be A Face like my face that receives thee; a Man like to meBethlehem, 42:be A Face like my face that receives thee; a Man like to me Thou shalt love and be loved by, forBethlehem, 42:shalt love and be loved by, for ever: A Hand like this hand Shall throw open the gates of new lifeBethlehem, 44:Initiation. Upon that path he meets those who, like himself, are learning to be citizens of theBethlehem, 49:in the Jewish dispensation, we find Him much like ourselves, but still the wrathful, ethical Ruler,Bethlehem, 56:dictated by that belief. In reverence I would like to say that man's divinity warranted anBethlehem, 61:teems with illustrations of them. Isis of Egypt, like Mary of Bethlehem, was our Immaculate Lady,Bethlehem, 65:She stopped to rest under a tree, and there, like the virgin Maya, gave birth to her son." - BibleBethlehem, 70:and on earth peace, good will toward men"? We like to think that it can be so. We dread the momentBethlehem, 83:Him spiritually, and in this everyone can become like her." (Eckhart.) Bethlehem, 96:Him, and He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lighting upon Him. "And lo a voiceBethlehem, 98:we hardly realize what the world must have been like prior to this use. Christ, in this greatBethlehem, 108:of manifestation. He was "in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin;" (Hebrews, IV,Bethlehem, 123:traces of that glamor which descended upon Him like a great darkness in the Crucifixion assailedBethlehem, 156:at times forgotten. Inevitably "we shall be like Him, for we shall see Him as He is." (I St. John,Bethlehem, 169:based, in essence, upon some definitely Christ-like concept. That their method of application andBethlehem, 169:the techniques employed are frequently un-Christ-like is sadly true, but the foundational conceptsBethlehem, 170:the power to live as illumined and Christ-like men and women in our normal everyday surroundings.Bethlehem, 171:greater? even in the three worlds there is none like Thee in might. "Therefore bowing down,Bethlehem, 173:Some call it Evolution, And others call it God. Like tides on a crescent sea-beach When the moon isBethlehem, 177:There were Temples without end dedicated to gods like Apollo or Dionysus among the Greeks, HerculesBethlehem, 182:"And before the throne there was a sea of glass like unto crystal: and in the midst of the throne,Bethlehem, 182:before and behind. "And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast was like a calf, andBethlehem, 182:beast was like a lion, and the second beast was like a calf, and the third beast had a face as aBethlehem, 182:had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle." (Rev. IV, 6.7.) The "face ofBethlehem, 188:deeply spiritual humanity of today. "Nations, like individuals," we are told, "are made, not onlyBethlehem, 197:wonders sometimes what the world would have been like today if the exponents of the Christian faithBethlehem, 207:traffic with it. "He was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin." (Heb., IV, 15.) HeBethlehem, 220:whether He was not again "in all points tempted like as we are," and whether at this moment He did
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