Sentences with External, External in a Sentence in English, Sentences For External

Sentences with External, External in a Sentence in English, Sentences For External

1. Ecological Validity is a specific type of external validity.

2. Happiness mainly comes from our own attitude, rather than from external factors.

3. Waking consciousness is dreaming – but dreaming constrained by external reality.

4. Happiness doesn’t depend on any external conditions, it is governed by our mental attitude.

5. Happiness does not come about only due to external circumstances; it mainly derives from inner attitudes.

6. I have a fantastic wife, and not only in terms of external beauty. Her priority and mine is our children. That is our choice.

7. Those who fail to exhibit positive attitudes, no matter the external reality, are seen as maladjusted and in need of assistance.

8. Every friendship goes through ups and downs. Dysfunctional patterns set in; external situations cause internal friction; you grow apart and then bounce back together.

9. Almost everything all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure–these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.

10. There is a very remarkable inclination in human nature to bestow on external objects the same emotions which it observes in itself, and to find every where those ideas which are most present to it.

11. The creative act is not performed by the artist alone; the spectator brings the work in contact with the external world by deciphering and interpreting its inner qualifications and thus adds his contribution to the creative act.

12. If there existed no external means for dimming their consciences, one-half of the men would at once shoot themselves, because to live contrary to one’s reason is a most intolerable state, and all men of our time are in such a state.

13. Without free, self-respecting, and autonomous citizens there can be no free and independent nations. Without internal peace, that is, peace among citizens and between the citizens and the state, there can be no guarantee of external peace.

14. While day by day the overzealous student stores up facts for future use, he who has learned to trust nature finds need for ever fewer external directions. He will discard formula after formula, until he reaches the conclusion: Let nature take its course.