It is much more rare, however, to find oneself
at the nexus of a set of opportunities that make it possible to make a greater contribution than the original objective.
The beers and food served at their brewery and restaurant are well worth sampling should one find oneself
in the area.
To use a colloquial phrase I consider the location not one in which to find oneself
In each book, he tells what really happens in war and what it is like to find oneself
a small pawn in an overwhelmingly chaotic, yet extremely important, situation.
The glass cliff is still a precarious place to find oneself
In a short novel like The Loony, it is surprising to find oneself
so wrapped up, so perplexed, so involved.
But above all, the letters leave us with some truly lyrical writing about the Nile: "How pleasant it is to find oneself
in a beautiful country once more, in this glorious plain, all surrounded by those violet-coloured hills, with rich fields bordering the blue Nile, and groves of palm trees and acacias, and tamerisks (quite a new sight), overshadowing the ruins of a world.
And yet the work--from the point of view of words and images--with its constant woof and warp of despairs and affirmations and joys of Arab life can be entered, as if beginning were everywhere, at any given point, and one can find oneself
in its meanings and revealed truths, so much so, with its dynamism of chanceless chance and destined accident/incident so much a part of the texture of the poems, I was impelled to compare it to the Chinese Book of Changes, at which one threw one's senses instead of coins, because there is a thread of oracularity in the work that underlies the many strata of imagery in which the whole panorama of the Arab world is embedded.
His use of negations is to separate ourselves from everything that is not God, and thus to find oneself
in mystical union with God, a union without distinction of self and God, which is another topic.
Depending upon the search engine used one can find oneself
pixel-to-pixel with a paranoia-riddled dysfunctionate, extolling the virtues of Rest and Recreation at a Klan enclave in Idaho.
After these preliminaries, it comes as something of a relief to find oneself
examining the texts themselves.
Dictionaries are like atlases--to consult one on a specific mission is to find oneself
diverted hopelessly along the meandering highways and byways of unfamiliar or long-forgotten terrain.
One may find oneself
disagreeing with Flower's final assessment that Courtade, at his best, is a short-story writer to match Ayme and Camus - this seems to overrate Courtade and Ayme or to underrate Camus - but there is no doubt that Flower has placed Courtade on the fictional and intellectual landscape in a way that few would have anticipated before reading his book.
During this time, one may find oneself
engaging in unusual behaviors such as compulsive bathing, eating, or drinking to regain emotional control.
neither is it difficult to find oneself
fully convinced by the general picture.