However, one's decision to teach most likely does not originate from this command but rather comes from a different source: the wholeness
that lies deep within the potential of every teacher's life circumstances and conditions.
LATER HUNT EXTENDS the wholeness
metaphor further and applies it to the feminist movement itself.
Did the experience make you therefore more sensitive to the beauty, harmony, and wholeness
of the world and your participation in the life of the world?
As a reminder--after the expatriation of books from German collections, in Russia appeared a new book wholeness
representing the books of all Europe, and not just those of a single country.
223) The images of manliness and of "whiteness" they encouraged were exclusionary and therefore he concludes we should try to "conceive of transformations in which freedom, wholeness
and heroism are available to all," (p.
The psychological, sociological and physiological dimensions of health are integrated with the spiritual pursuit of harmony and wholeness
Classical proportions also contribute to this sense of wholeness
, as do Palermo's combinations of colors with similar qualities or intensities of light.
Her story, like Parker's, involves a gradual discovery of connections that make possible a kind of wholeness
that does not eradicate the childhood pain, but makes some sense out of the losses.
An ideal gift for patients, colleagues, and health professionals who are struggling to cope with the stresses of life, it offers insight and encouragement for healing and wholeness
It quiets the mind and opens the soul to a sense of wholeness
Thus my own ministry and search for healing and wholeness
was in the context of a culture of poverty and ignorance, factors which issue in ill health.
Many recognize the need for holistic medicine, for inner healing and wholeness
as well as `cures'.