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Jocelyn Gibb Sayings

What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.

Jocelyn Gibb Sayings: What I Think Is True Is That At A Certain Stage In His Life, He Deliberately Ceased To Take Any Interest In Himself Except For A Kind Of Spiritual Alumnus Taking His Moral Finals...Self-knowledge For Him Had Come To Mean Recognition Of His Own Weakness And Shortcomings And Nothing More. Anything Beyond That He Sharply Suspected, Both In Himself And In Others, As A Symptom Of Spiritual Megalomania. At Best, There Was So Much Else, In Letters And In Life, That He Found Much More Interesting Than Himself.