In the highest class, I replied,--among those goods which he who would be happy desires both for their own sake and for the sake of their results.
Then the many are of another mind; they think that justice is to be reckoned in the troublesome class, among goods which are to be pursued for the sake of rewards and of reputation, but in themselves are disagreeable and rather to be avoided.
He wanted as little fuss made as possible, for the sake of
the ship's name and for the sake of
the owners -- 'for the sake of
all concerned,' says he, looking at me very hard.
Long and hard he worked, and was often sad and weary, often tempted by unkind and selfish thoughts; but he thought of Lily-Bell, and strove to be kind and loving as she had been; and soon the Spirits learned to love the patient Fairy, who had left his home to toil among them for the sake of
his gentle friend.
Arthur paused a moment and then added, pleadingly, "You know that's a good work to do for the sake of
other people, besides the owner.
I have not so much to say for my friend Flora, who jilted a very nice young man in the Blues for the sake of
that horrid Lord Stornaway, who has about as much sense, Fanny, as Mr.
For the sake of
a digression, he took up a check book from the table.
But Liberal Democrat leader Mr Clegg insisted: "We are better off in Europe - richer, stronger, safer - and that's why I will fight to keep us in, for the sake of
jobs, for the sake of
our clout in the world, for the sake of
Moyes W Wayne Rooney fit and flying for the sake of
ayne Rooney W England's ng ngland's land's World Cup hopes in Brazil.
Since, however, mirth is useful for the sake of
the rest and pleasures it affords; and since, in human life, pleasure and rest are not in quest for their own sake, but for the sake of
operation, as stated in Ethic.
There are three good reasons for holding on, keeping at it, and not giving up: For the sake of
others; for your own sake; and, indeed, for God's sake.
In the article written by Maged Al-Kholidy "Is there love for the sake of
mandating, alarmed him for the sake of
her bleeding cleavage--belatedly
Signer, Coming Together for the Sake of
God: Contributions to Jewish-Christian Dialogue From Post-Holocaust Germany gathers position papers and guides from the discussion group "Jews and Christians" sponsored by the Central Committee (a federation of groups) of the German Catholic Church.
At that time, my philosophy was, "Practice medicine for the sake of
medicine and not for the sake of