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Still taking his cue from the mystery of the Holy Trinity, Hazeldine presents viewers with his own cast of divine characters-instead of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Godhood is now vivified by an ever-loving mother (Octavia Spencer) who 'takes' the angry accuser's tirades with equanimity and understanding.
In the same poem, Hyperion laments losing "my eternal essence," an apparent description of his lost godhood (1:232).
It serves the whole global community in the firm belief of oneness of Godhood and oneness of the mankind.
Spirituality is no more a domestic concept only achieving nirvanaor buddhi or Godhood rather it is a well-established construct applicable at workplace.
The sprawling sword and sorcery epic sends the player across two nations to stop the machinations of a demonic wizard who craves godhood.
The 2009 edition humanises Hinenuitepo by correcting her putative godhood.
In order to get a strong footing, thus, Jesus had inescapably to assume a degree of godhood comparable to that of the deities, he was intended to displace.
Of Eros and of dust"--Genesis 2:7 tells of how "the Lord God formed man of dust from the ground"--supports such a reading, as does the subsumption of Eros into the speaker's self, an internalizing gesture that almost robs Eros of his godhood.
45) A recurrent theme in Doctrines and Covenants 132, "Revelations on the Eternity of the Marriage Covenant," is that man has the potential to attain a state of godhood after death.
In this acceptation, according to Bloom, the ephebe empties himself of his own "imaginative godhood," which is under the sign of the precursor, the first thus humbling himself, as if he ceased being a poet anymore, thereby being established a "liberating discontinuity," a liberation from under the power of the precursor which existed in himself, an isolation of the self from the presence of the precursor, thus avoiding a self-tabooing (if this isolation from the precursor did not take place, the poet would risk tabooing in himself the precursor, thus simultaneously tabooing himself).
The second stanza's first two lines read: "Freude, schoner Gotterfunken, / Tochter aus Elysium" ('Joy, beauteous spark of godhood / daughter of Elysium").
It's attribution of Godhood to its Western self has caused epistemological, cultural, and planetary ecological destruction which we are only now beginning to understand.