The key to navigating idealistic
projections involves recognizing them when they come, and incorporating those qualities into our actions and life.
nature also extends to how they view the businesses with which they interact.
TheWAG needs to be realistic not idealistic
, producing as much renewable energy as they can from each alternative technology "I am also concerned that the statement is vague where it needs to be precise.
I was a bit idealistic
. I wanted a band of brothers and friends.
He was romantic, idealistic
and upstanding, selfish and foolhardy.
"We have to ask why so many good, idealistic
and generous young people seem to find the motivation for their goodness apparently from sources other than the message of Jesus Christ."
A gruelling contest between a young idealistic
Democrat and an ageing moderate Republican who commands respect from both sides of the political aisle in the race to become the next president of the United States could have been written for a primetime US television drama series.
This is an idealistic
, heartbreaking memoir written between 1908-70 by a female North Vietnamese doctor who was killed by an American soldier after having served gallantly, caring for the sick and wounded.
Set in Newcastle in 1996, the book follows the attempts of an idealistic
priest to set up a church in the West End of the city.
"The piece is set in a society where things have become too strict and idealistic
," he says.
Not only are there idealistic
and economic reasons for promoting the well-being of LGBT students of color on campuses, but there is a sociopolitical one as well: African-Americans can't afford to throw away or disregard talents and skills that could benefit Black communities everywhere.
Set in Swansea in the scorching summer of 1976, the plot revolves around an idealistic
music teacher who tries to get a group of reluctant teens to perform in a spectacular end-of-year school show.