550 examples of Accepting in a sentence
So we really need to think about looking at teacher attitudes and finding ways to change the attitudes, so that teachers are much more open and
of boy cultures in their classrooms.
For now, more than ever, is not the time to be blindly following, blindly accepting, blindly trusting.
And again, I posted a conductor video, and we started
But really, it kind of means this: for the journalists, people like me, it means
that you can't know everything, and allowing other people, through technology, to be your eyes and your ears.
And they start up that path by
a core proposition, and that proposition is the following: Lying is a cooperative act.
See for me, cultivating the Infinity Mushroom is more than just scientific experimentation or gardening or raising a pet, it's a step towards
the fact that someday I will die and decay.
that we are physical beings who are intimately connected to the environment, as the research on environmental toxins confirms.
The only mistake is if I'm not aware, if each individual musician is not aware and
enough of his fellow band member to incorporate the idea and we don't allow for creativity.
It's about being here in the moment,
one another and allowing creativity to flow.
But the difference in
this particular defeat is that sometimes, if cancer has won, if there's death and we have no choice, then grace and acceptance are necessary.
Because being an insider can so easily mean collapsing the horizons, can so easily mean
the presumptions of your province.
CO: Yeah, but we don't even know what houses are
Affected households have to wait for the insurance adjuster to visit before they can start
help on their properties.
But step one is
the possibility that our current beliefs about obesity, diabetes and insulin resistance could be wrong and therefore must be tested.
You get services, like Reddit and Wordpress are actually
Bitcoin as a payment currency now.
I mean, Thabo Mbeki's had his problems with
HIV and AIDS are related, but this is a way, I think, of him tackling this problem and instead of the world criticizing him, it's a way of working with him, with his government.
We are so, so, so
of any body part breaking down other than our brains.
a constraint, are you working to a lower standard?
There's a great phrase that Sherwood Rowland, who won the Nobel Prize for the chemistry that led to ozone depletion, when he was
his Nobel Prize, he asked this question: "What is the use of having developed a science well enough to make predictions if, in the end, all we're willing to do is stand around and wait for them to come true?"
the offers and building on them, saying, "Yes, and."
Even though I had no expectations of them
it, it was important to do because it was the right thing.
Anthropomorphizing well, however, I believe is based on
our animal similarities with other species and using them to make assumptions that are informed about other animals' minds and experiences, and there's actually an entire industry that is in some ways based on anthropomorphizing well, and that is the psychopharmaceutical industry.
The other really destructive and, I think, even more insidious lesson that comes from
this mindset is there's an implicit bargain that people who accept this mindset have accepted, and that bargain is this: If you're willing to render yourself sufficiently harmless, sufficiently unthreatening to those who wield political power, then and only then can you be free of the dangers of surveillance.
The primary symptom of Mindless Accept Syndrome is just
a meeting invitation the minute it pops up in your calendar.
And you can make more thoughtful decisions about
Twelve years: the length by which life expectancy is shortened for gay, lesbian and bisexual people in highly anti-gay communities compared to
The anti-hero initially conforms, ignorantly
the established views, a typical, unquestioning, brainwashed member of society.
But instead of
his fate, he made a resolution that he would continue his formal education.
This year, research findings showed that nearly half of the adults in the US don't know a single person with an intellectual disability, and the 44 percent of Americans who don't have personal contact with intellectual disabilities are significantly less
We become more
of authoritarianism, conformity and prejudice.