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benevolence

(bĕ-nĕv′ŏ-lĕns) [L. benevolentia, good will]
The desire to act in a good, kindly manner toward others.
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Highlighting the divine blessings bestowed upon Muslims in this Holy month, the Speaker said that this sacred occasion provides us a prospect to seek forgiveness for our sins and benevolence of Almighty Allah.
Highlighting the divine blessings bestowed upon Muslims in this Holy month, the Speaker said that this sacred occasion provided Muslims a prospect to seek forgiveness for their sins and benevolence of Almighty Allah.
He added: "The recent co-operation between Ashghal and QRCS included the distribution of more than 1000 winter bags for workers in the new Hamad General Hospital Trauma and Emergency Department as part of "Together for Benevolence" campaign, and the distribution of mobile recharge cards to 2500 workers in the Doha North Treatment Plant as part of "Feena el Khair" campaign.
He said, "The recent cooperation between Ashghal and QRCS included the distribution of more than 1,000 winter bags to workers in the new Hamad General Hospital Trauma and Emergency Department as part of 'Together for Benevolence' campaign, and the distribution of mobile recharge cards to 2,500 workers in the Doha North Treatment Plant as part of 'Feena el Khair' campaign.
This shows us that the love which Christ requires of his follower is not just a feeling of benevolence or companionship.
'Various WUC management centres have been doing works of benevolence throughout the country and this is the seventh house that were are handing.
In spite of financial constraints the State in its benevolence has raised pensions of elite to substantial amount ranging from Rs 70,000 to almost Rs 2 Lakh per month, but same compassion is not for those senior citizens working in private or public sector who paid taxes on salaries they earned while employed.
So, the benevolence of the government of Christian pilgrims this year grows up to a total of 170.
Gary Alejano has warned the public against trusting China's initiatives and diplomacy 'at the expense' of the Philippines, saying Filipinos should look at China's acts of benevolence 'with a critical and historical lens.'
Tsai and his fellow researchers wanted to determine how both the presence and lack of benevolence affects the job performance of followers.
* Classical paternalistic leadership: A leadership style that combines both authoritarianism and benevolence, with a strong focus on both task completion and the well-being of subordinates.
To find out how both the presence and lack of benevolence affects the job performance of followers, the team of researchers surveyed nearly 1,000 members of the Taiwanese military and almost 200 adults working full-time in the United States, and looked at the subordinate performance that resulted from three different leadership styles: