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By John Kelsey; Pamela S. Price; Robin Hartl; Dean Johnson

ISBN-10: 1890257036

ISBN-13: 9781890257033

The host of "Hometime", the preferred remodeling sequence, stocks assistance for turning basement areas right into a cozy dwelling parts. 250 colour images. 10 illustrations.

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But there can be very few of us indeed who do not sometimes in a confused way feel God to be as Mr Polly considered him- "A limitless Being having the nature of a schoolmaster and making infinite rules, known and unknown, rules that were always ruthlessly enforced and with an infinite capacity for punishment, and, most horrible of all to think of, limitless powers of espial". Now it is not at all difficult to whip up this unholy ghost inside us and make him active. There is a great deal wrong with the world, and the ghost can be made to tell us that it is largely our fault.

Without this impersonality, life would be utterly impossible. If each of us were deeply involved with everybody else, the place would be a lunatic asylum. For other people can remain the outside kind of truth so long as we know them only superficially. We can master the art of dealing with them - what is called social savoir-faire. But once we know them at all well, the relation is no longer completely under our control. They have a certain power over us, whether we want them to or not. When I say, "So and so gets on my nerves", it means that my relation to him has become the inside kind of truth.

A child often inherits some of the physical features of its parents. " In the same way we inherit or absorb a great deal of the mental outlook and emotional attitudes of the society into which we are born. We look at things through eyes, partly at least, already conditioned for us. We see and feel things in ways partly pre-determined. This is society inside us. And it is by means of this society inside us that we feel we belong. It is by means of this common stamp that we are aware of our membership one to another.

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