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Most persons, owing to causes which I may not have space to hint at, suffer moral detriment from this peculiar mode of life.
And the moral of that is--"Birds of a feather flock together.
I can see that already you have switched on the moral entirely, so perhaps we had better follow it up first.
Plato and Aristotle both accept the view of moral education implied in this answer.
The boundaries of personal influence it is impossible to fix, as persons are organs of moral or supernatural force.
The moral I draw is that the writer should seek his reward in the pleasure of his work and in release from the burden of his thought; and, indifferent to aught else, care nothing for praise or censure, failure or success.
The moral force of the attacking French army was exhausted.
SOME editors of newspapers were engaged in diffusing general intelligence and elevating the moral sentiment of the public.
He has lied so much and so notoriously that he has neither the legal nor moral right to tell the truth.
I have a theory that any physical defect has its correlative mental and moral defect.
On the title-page of Everyman we read: "Here beginneth a treatise how the high Father of heaven sendeth Death to summon every creature to come to give a count of their lives in this world, and is in the manner of a moral play.
I assert that a state of public feeling which does practically place physical training, in its estimation, above moral and mental training, is a positively bad and dangerous state of feeling in this, that it encourages the inbred reluctance in humanity to submit to the demands which moral and mental cultivation must inevitably make on it.