You walk with your legs, and so that's the way
you walk, and your legs are the ways.
It's for what we need in the joint and coalition context, and that's the way
we have to think about these things.
You have to do A, B, and then C and that's the way
it's done." But sometimes, you have to leave yourself open to being more flexible than that.
"In daily life it is commonly assumed that it is sensible to punish and reward behavior so long as the person was in control and chose knowingly and intentionally." And that's the way
it should remain, even as we learn more about how our brains work and how they sometimes break down.
Frankly, that's the way
I like it because our role as an association is to be a reconciler; there are many, many ideas out there, and our role is to try to bring them together.
I think that we all, or I would hope that we all would agree that the system needs revamping, but I'm not sure that's the way
to do it.
Now that's the way
in which science and religion can come together.
You get the highest level of productivity by being respectful of people's differences, and rather than molding them into the same pattern, trying to capitalize on their difference because that's the way
human beings are.