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Autobiography, 17:They were both considerably older than I but we liked and understood each other. Brian (Admiral SirAutobiography, 21:than self-centered) and convinced that no one liked me. Looking back, why on earth should they? IAutobiography, 26:the country, I have wondered how they would have liked the regimented life I and my sister lived.Autobiography, 44:she did not intend to leave me alone, whether I liked it or not. I did not understand anymore thanAutobiography, 46:satisfactory time of my entire life. I quite liked myself and all that concerned me. I was doingAutobiography, 60:checkers with him night after night (which he liked) and I coaxed him into the Gospel meetings -Autobiography, 65:and most sophisticated men. They evidently liked us three women but I was appallingly shocked atAutobiography, 79:Railroad (G.I.P.) and could come and go as I liked all over northern India. My fellow worker triedAutobiography, 80:had a knack, too, of making the men feel that I liked them, which I did. Autobiography, 81:his sins and gave up everything that he liked to do. He must no longer drink, play cards, swear, orAutobiography, 94:I could carry on because, as she told me, she liked my sense of humor, she recognized my basicAutobiography, 100:successful at it. I was surrounded by people who liked and appreciated me and, as far as I know, IAutobiography, 112:lose his post. As a clergyman, he was greatly liked and was an impressive figure in his surpliceAutobiography, 119:persecution, some reason why they are not liked. What can it be? The basic cause probably liesAutobiography, 138:Bible, which I had been in the habit of doing. I liked the book and, at the same time, I dislikedAutobiography, 154:of them unknown to me - with great interest. I liked so many of them so very much. I cordiallyAutobiography, 181:have never been a lover of publicity. I've never liked the inquisitiveness of [182] the generalAutobiography, 186:coeducational system and was not at all sure I liked it for children who were nearing their 'teensAutobiography, 199:of the Anglo Saxon race. Candidly, I've never liked it. There is a certain reticence which isAutobiography, 206:was worth while talking to them. I have always liked lecturing and for the last twenty years haveAutobiography, 207:of being misunderstood; afraid that people liked her for her money and basically and deeply afraidAutobiography, 208:[208] and laughed over the same things. We liked the same colors and I have often wondered what IAutobiography, 208:dresses, knowing exactly the kind of thing I liked and the colors that suited me and twice a yearAutobiography, 223:I have allowed them to read what they liked, provided that if it was a book that I felt was pureAutobiography, 224:because they knew they could read what they liked, and that I would express myself freely. Anyway,Discipleship1, 625:teacher assigned to you by your own Master. You liked the [626] facility with which you made theDiscipleship1, 662:of your cares and fears and your demand to be liked. Can you change this? I am telling you nothingDiscipleship2, 601:take intelligent action. You have not really liked my reference to racial limitations and yet, myHealing, 265:from the time of the Egyptians, have neither liked nor wanted them. It has always been the sameHealing, 300:of His six Brothers. He acquired a form and liked it not; threw it away and chose another. He hadHealing, 300:no settled point or plan but lived in glamor and liked it well. He smothered both the good and theHealing, 303:outer and can be seen. He saw His creations and liked them not and so withdrew His attention; thenHealing, 509:because they like to help, they like to be liked, they like to relieve suffering (owing to theirHercules, 14:and plan. The Teacher looked him o'er and liked him well. "Your name?," he asked and waited for anHercules, 26:bow and arrow of illumination were his; but he liked the familiar club of his own fashioning. HeMagic, 399:intellectual powers were practically nil. They liked and needed authority; they learnt throughMagic, 574:and compassion, or upon a selfish longing to be liked, on sentiment and on attachment. His wordsMagic, 630:idea, that what they do will not be sufficiently liked, appreciated and understood. They demandProblems, 99:to persecution; as a race, he is nowhere liked and people are on guard against him and his methods.Problems, 113:kindly and anxious to like people and be liked; if today so many Negroes are arrogant, vindictive,Psychology2, I can:enter into Pain.' The Lord of Life returned. He liked it not, and hence the pain." The samePsychology2, 171:The eyes of the Magician were fixed on chaos. He liked it not. His back was towards the room of
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