I only knew how to love; how can one keep oneself in mind when one loves?
It becomes almost a profession in itself to keep oneself notorious.
But to keep oneself clean with a pint, or thereabouts, of water per day looks rather difficult to a novice.
Justice is derived from two Latin words (in jure stare), meaning: to keep oneself in the right.
Not only is this kind of activity fun, but also it is a way by which to keep oneself open to the possibilities of life.
Secondly, to take a modest condition, and to keep oneself in it without wishing to appear in any way rich.
The great, invincible, fundamental instinct of the class from which she had sprung—to keep oneself unspotted by the world.
None knew better than he how difficult it is when the blood is rich and red to keep oneself in control.
When one is without reproach, one must keep oneself above suspicion.
It is easier to glow with indignation against evil-doers than to keep oneself from doing evil.