"Whatever your hand finds to do," The Book of Ecclesiastes
states, "do it with your might." Enthusiasm is contagious and, like colds, it requires contact.
Mencken, and "the Preacher" in the book of Ecclesiastes
have in common?
'There is time for everything,' said Gornez, quoting a verse from the Book of Ecclesiastes
Duterte also mentioned anew his favorite book of Ecclesiastes
about of a time for everything, and urged the public to read and understand the Bible verses too.
Yet, everything, the Book of Ecclesiastes
says, "is for its own time only." It is its own stage in life.
Wisdom literature can take multiple forms: for example, parable, allegory, riddle, proverb, didactic poetry, or philosophical treatise, with the book of Ecclesiastes
fitting into the last category.
Quoting the Bible, in the book of Ecclesiastes
, he said it's now time for development, not politics.
For investors and developers, Rose offered a concluding thought: "The biblical Book of Ecclesiastes
put it wisely: 'To everything is a reason and a time to every purpose.' What is the business moral?
For example: 36% of Bob Dylan's songs published between 1961 and 1968 had biblical references, including his 1964 hit "The Times They Are A-Changin"; The book of Ecclesiastes
has been a great inspiration on popular music including the song "Turn, Turn, Turn" by The Byrds; the Pink Floyd album The Dark Side of the Moon; and "Desperado," the 1973 hit by The Eagles
'But I disagree, because the book of Ecclesiastes
indicates that if you wait until the weather and the winds are right before you act, you will never sow anything and never harvest anything' , he said.
But Denny is trying to offer reality, not motivation, a little like the jaded author of the biblical book of Ecclesiastes
. Each chapter is a shock to the system and a pleasant surprise, containing unvarnished attempts at truth-telling that contrast starkly, in content and tone, with everything else you have read.
The biblical book of Ecclesiastes
was written sometime during the period from 450 to 180 BCE.