At the peak of this experience, "I" strives "to seize the inmost
Form," the form seen in the depth of the crystal wall, which is the quintessence of this ideal world.
Could I have lost that inmost
knowledge along the way?
thoughts are massive computations performed by gelatinous giant molecules like alien spaceships bumping and docking and linking with other kinky, slobbery organic molecules, inside billions of neurons, all of them simultaneously hammering at trillions of specialized, cross-indexed, and crisscross-indexed, and you'll never-live-through-it indexed, sorts of jobs.
Given that the Church was forever preaching against "bad thoughts" (usually sexual) and that "God knew everything, even your inmost
thoughts", selfcensorship was at least as effective as any possible sanction.
industries experiencing consolida-tion/globalization issues, there are three considerations that must be understood and mastered to become even better leaders:
No storm can shake my inmost
calm while to that Rock I'm clinging.
Debt actually completes alienation by exploiting man's moral existence, social existence, and "the inmost
depths of his heart" (p.
Deep in the inmost
part of my being, I was appropriating the reindeer story as the Christmas story.
Bush made a much-quoted remark about "the soft bigotry of low expectations." It's about the idea that our prejudices about others might be observed and judged not only in our outward actions, but in our inmost
thoughts and attitudes.
Men will not spend, it seems, on that one Art Which is life's inmost
soul and passionate heart; They count the theatre a place for fun Where men can laugh at nights when work is done.
The 16-foot vee-bottom skiff was designed to handle the rigors of rough, open water crossings and yet drafts 7 inches inmost
technical poling situations, such as fishing for tarpon, bonefish and permit.
an innocent, and a search into her inmost
nature is allowed.