Self-control leads to self-mastery , enabling one to be more successful in achieving outer and inner goals.
Sacrifices and self-mastery , even robbing and destruction have no effect on the passive soul.
This practical ethical tradition defined pity as a negative emotion, valued self-mastery and virtue, and was concerned to use philosophy to alleviate human suffering.
The intrusion of adults in children's play can abolish or diminish this process of acting above one's age and acquiring self-mastery of one's own actions.
It will be particularly salutary because it allows us to discourse again about self-discipline, self-mastery , and maybe even the exercise of the will.
It can harm us only if we are deceived into supposing that anything other than one's own inner self-mastery really counts.
Lasseter tells students that they can develop self-mastery by attending to the way they speak and dress.
Carried by this one thought for a measureless number of lives, self-mastery is the reward of following this idea, and so it will be attained.
To them, the concept of self-mastery over blind faith is anathema - it negates their whole argument.
This resolution and self-mastery lasted precisely as far as the address book on the mantelpiece, which revealed not a single person who would have the faintest idea what I was talking about.