"Ardor" (derived from Latin ardere = to burn) is amplified by "fierce." This undifferentiated energy is individuated in this poem by semantic elements as two kinds of specific emotions: sexual union
and the numinous experience.
Orozco suggests that sexual union
may provide momentary insight into the divine.
(4) The act of physical sexual union
in Borges's fiction as a way to experience the absolute or the sublime is extremely rare.
Besides sexual union
Islam likewise disallows physical contact between non-muhrim (those with whom marriage may be contracted).
In this original and thought-provoking book, Emma Lipton nods towards this chaotic state of affairs but asserts that the sacrament had a clear "orthodox definition," expressed by Hugh of Saint Victor: it did not involve the priest or sexual union
, but instead free consent, love, and mutuality.
As Connie and Parkin's sexual union
on the forest floor progresses, the lovers become decidedly less reserved.
This is why Christ calls us back to God's original intent for sexual union
within marriage between man and woman: "in the beginning it was not so" (Matt.
The marital acts of a husband and wife whose sexual union
cannot give them a child are morally right, provide they are performed in a loving manner, and provided they are intended to fulfill the behavioral conditions of procreation.
"Is there more than one form of covenanted sexual union
that is sacramental of God's grace?
In Shakespeare's earliest tragedy, Titus Andronicus, we see the sexual union
of Aaron, the black Moor, with Tamora, white Queen of the Goths.
Catholic teaching on sexuality limits intercourse to an ideal within an ideal: sexual union
characterized by mutuality, profundity, and sanctity between two people joined by lifelong marriage vows.
SCIENTISTS in India say they have discovered two fossils fused together in sexual union
for 65 million years.