And so I say to you, do not compel us to
assign to the guardians a sort of happiness which will make them anything but guardians; for we too can clothe our husbandmen in royal apparel, and set crowns of gold on their heads, and bid them till the ground as much as they like, and no more.
He explained that the challenges faced by the United States compel us to
retain military superiority.
Do not compel us to
break the ties and communications.
To sum up, the CRDC paints a stark portrait of inequity in opportunity in America that is educationally unsound, morally bankrupt, and economically self-destructive to our nation's best interest--this must compel us to
We don't have evidence nor traces of fingerprints over the American intelligence eavesdropping on us and our citizens, but what we heard compel us to
say that these practices are excessive and need clear explanation by the American officials," de Maiziere said in a speech before the Muncih Security Conference (MSC).
To return to first principles would compel us to
ask who gains from the haste and what is it they want.
CARICOM remains convinced that advancing cooperation with Cuba is in our interest in the face of a series of phenomena which threaten our basic viability and compel us to
cope with them with determination," The meeting marked the 39th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the four then independent countries of the English- speaking Caribbean and Cuba.
They found that our brains compel us to
stare longer at someone's face if we've heard something negative about them, reports the Daily Mail.
But not even the impeccable comic timing of Galifianakis and co-star Robert Downey Jr can spark the dialogue to life or compel us to
care about two mismatched men.
The Syrian ambassador to Lebanon Ali Abdul Kareem Ali has said that "the dangers hovering over the region compel us to
embrace the resistance," according to the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT Monday.
A piece of music can compel us to
move our bodies or move us to tears.
THE EFFECT of prolonged unemployment on young people is " the greatest social problem the economic depression can compel us to
While the shrinking of glaciers and rising of tides may not impact our daily lives in the near term, events like the 2004 Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina in 2005 compel us to
learn more about our environment and the role we can play in building sustainable communities.
Still, the frightening statistics on obesity compel us to
deal with the question--not only from a medical perspective but from a spiritual one.
Contrary to events of recent years, this is one instance where the US leads and our conscience should compel us to