And in the midst of the pilgrimage towards spiritual egomania
, with the eagles' help, the words of my Master Christ hunt me down.
By all accounts Irving's theology was at this point scarcely different from that of Chalmers, though the former's egomania
was already apparent.
Islamists are shown to be tyrannical and hypocritical, either secretly committing the same acts for which they condemn others, or acting out of greed or egomania
rather than real religious conviction.
Nixon, their nemesis, is driven by egomania
, paranoia, and other psychological disorders.
But this time around, it's egomania
rather than moneymania that's making the financial world go round.
Nothing in them lent you clear contours, something rapacious was at work in the stations, you were constantly guarding something you hid in your head or your breast: it was nothing you owned, it was sheer egomania
I reveal all this not out of the usual writerly egomania
but in the spirit of bloggerly frankness.
But anyone who dreams of raising the standards of journalism would be well advised to cater to the egomania
Producer and director Sean Grundy promises: "We Are History combines the incidental, cumulative humour of People Like Us with the egomania
of Alan Partridge to be a must-see, anti-history of the last 2000 years.
8-million production is a rewarding, if downright infuriating journey through a fatalist Canadian labyrinth of hope, vision, political cowardice, pettiness, egomania
and Cold War realpolitik.
The Japanese executive is "relational" to the point of "egolessness," whereas the Western executive is individualist to the point of egomania
THE stench of egomania
filled my nose before the man himself entered the dressing room.