to do to my fellow man
what I would have my fellow man
to do to me -- that is the will of God.
Without more directly referring to any latent ability that may possibly exist on my part, of wielding the thunderbolt, or directing the devouring and avenging flame in any quarter, I may be permitted to observe, in passing, that my brightest visions are for ever dispelled - that my peace is shattered and my power of enjoyment destroyed - that my heart is no longer in the right place - and that I no more walk erect before my fellow man
He could think of but a single glaring fact--they had killed a fellow man, and they were among savage strangers, thirsting for the blood of the first victim whom fate cast into their clutches.
The blood of a fellow man was upon his hands--in his morbid reflections he had long since ceased to attribute the death of Condon to the ape.
All of us have a great capacity within us to bestow happiness on our fellow Man
, which will flourish from blessedness shared by the giver and receiver.
that never looks at what they're doing to their fellow man
To genuinely unite a divided country, one must to learn to love truly - by not being judgmental of others, and by doing good to your fellow man
even without being in the limelight.
This individual was preying upon kind-hearted and generous citizens who were willing to help their fellow man
deal with tragedy, said a spokesman with the Port Alberni RCMP.
I am ashamed at man's inhumanity to his fellow man
With these certificates of performance in hand, I go to my grocer and ask him to give me a pound of steak and a six-pack of beer that my fellow man
Look at all the bands No, it's not a party James You're just too young to understand But maybe when you're older Perhaps when you're a man You'll read about two World Wars And man's inhumanity to man I pray you'll lament man's past folly Ask guidance from God above And strive to meet your fellow man
In friendship and in love G L Flannery, via email
Well, it seems there is a fellow man
or woman on the street who has a liking for disseminating the work of great thinkers, particularly in Penarth and CardiBay.