Within the domain of faith-based (eternal blessing), belief-based (multicultural valuable humaneness
praiseworthiness), ritual-based optimism (ceremonial hopeful-based practices), and spiritual-based (conscience moral and earthly ethical societal nicety virtues) of the life-span, we must not ignore the efficacy of religious faith, multicultural values, ritual ceremonies, and ethical and moral psychological conditions of patients' transmutation expectations through medical care services.
Physical methods have also been controversial regarding their humaneness
The definition of 'humanize'--to portray or endow with human characteristics or attributes/to imbue with humaneness
or human kindness sheds some light on what it is about and why it can be valuable to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.
He also said that technology has brought a new way of life to people, but it should not take away the humaneness
out of people.
Among the topics are Confucian spirituality in contemporary China, some issues in the history and sociology of Daoism in the modern era, the modern significance of some basic concepts in Chinese Buddhism, spiritual accomplishment in Confucianism and spiritual transcendence in Christianity, and Confucian humaneness
across social barriers.
Like the Japanese people who were washed from their homes by the 2011 tsunami, our domestic refugees have been squeezed out of a competitive economic system where equal opportunity, honesty, fairness and humaneness
have eroded away.
Bottome's novels imagine for England "the continuation of its imperial superiority in the postwar period, a superiority presumably won by humaneness
rather than the bare fact of domination" (98).
Included in assessments of "personality and demeanor of provider" were the traits of friendliness, humaneness
and caring; creating a supportive and understanding environment; and trust and family/child (caring about the entire family).
I need the word when I say something like, "The humaneness
of concentrated feedlot operations is questionable.
Locating eleventh-century Irish manuals for administering penance in the context of ancient and early medieval theories of disease and beliefs about the debilitating powers of sin, McNeill praised the penitentials for "their moderation, fundamental humaneness
, and freedom from fanaticism.
Franklin praised the compassion of the Prophet Muhammad, writing that the Prophet had applauded the humaneness
of soldiers who treated their captives well.
moves through the clarity, steadiness and humaneness
of Philip Gross's verbal imagination.