|Title:||Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide / You're A Bad Little Girl|
|Category:||Pop / Folk, Country|
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You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below. Это видео недоступно. This talk might have been entitled "Conscience 101, in Sixty Minutes. It was an excellent summation of perennial philosophy's teaching on the nature of man in relation to his two spiritual faculties of intellect and will. Sister establishes conscience in the intellect, which has truth for its proper object. If the will of man is good, it embraces the natural law as the good that it knows by reason. Sister explains how the conscience ought to conform to the natural law and deal with reality, not lies.
He kept saying he wanted to let his conscience be his guide. I said that that was good provided the conscience was properly formed. We really know how to make ourselves feel good about doing bad. So what is conscience? How do we know it’s going to be a reliable guide for us? The famous British cleric Cardinal John Henry Newman called conscience ‘a stern monitor. This means our conscience is not, as philosopher Russell Hittinger put it, ‘the writer of permission slips. You have to know what it is. Let your conscience be your guide? Okay-but only if it is informed by what is true. The quote and page numbers are from an advanced reading copy. It may vary from the final copy. Watch for this in August from Zondervan.
You're a good little girl.
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Album: Songs in the Key of Life. This catchy song about the heavenly beauty of a baby girl might grab you on the first beat and never let you go. It is a timeless classic, written and sung by a living legend. Stevie Wonder wrote the song to celebrate the birth of his daughter, Aisha, and the outro contains some actual recordings of father and daughter playing together. One day you're gonna want to go I hope we taught you everything you need to know Gracie girl. And there will always be a part of me Nobody else is ever gonna see but you and me My little girl. 8. Miley Cyrus and Billy Ray Cyrus – "Ready, Set, Don't Go". Album: Home at Last. Its about him having a son and that he hopes his son is nothing like him and that he will guide his son through life.
|A||Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide|
|B||You're A Bad Little Girl|