- n resolute adherence to your own ideas or desires
- n the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior
- In all that he did there was a quality of canny vision, of testy self-will.
- Roosevelt was a man of extraordinary self-will.
- This may be relieved by occasional spasms of presidential self-will, but such erratic outbursts are bound to prove temporary since his refusal to accept the agreed recommendation .
News & Articles
- Waltham Voices: Missed opportunities can weigh heavily
Living day-to-day really challenges the word “opportunity,” doesn’t it? It’s an interesting word; a wide range of hidden messages. I mean – do things happen by chance, coincidence or just plain self-driven self-will?
July 24, 2013 - Waltham News Tribune
- Mary Baker Eddy in Christian Science Monitor
In "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," the author, Mary Baker Eddy, described divine Love as a "universal solvent," which destroys "self-will, self-justification, and self-love" (p.