And these vestiges, even though essentially colonial, present the paradox of not bearing witness to
colonial domination but to those beneath it who tried to draw in more breaths more full of oxygen--I mean, more humanity.
"It's only 18 months since Unipart and Coventry got together to develop the institute and while there have certainly been challenges along the way we are now bearing witness to
all the hard work that everyone has put into the initiative."
Second, there is the additional outrage of each of us bearing witness to
Bearing witness to
the promise of Jesus' resurrection means being honest about the muck and dirt and blood and pain that is very much real in the lives of the people who gather on any given Sunday.
We know this means bearing witness to
Christ by what we say and what we do.
If we see our life purpose as bearing witness to
the truth of God's goodness, power and unconditional love for all His creation, we'll understand more of who we are - and who everyone else really is, too.
"Bearing witness to
something spiritual is important," said TRC commissioner Marie Wilson, who is married to a residential school survivor.
He closes by linking memory to bearing witness and includes typological remarks on bearing witness to
right and wrong, acknowledging a relationship to wrongdoing and bearing witness to
A novel of determination, courage, and ultimately, bearing witness to
greed and ruthlessness as land, home, possessions, and dignity are stolen from himself and his people.
it's the noisy part, filled with an odd mixture of bravado, determination and hope, layered onto an intense focus on the day-to-clay job of bearing witness to
brutality that is impossible to comprehend.
Warhol (a 1966 portrait of the artist's mother), has the stunning intimacy of this home movie, not to mention the weight and necessity of bearing witness to
an unspeakable history.
He also wrote to British military chaplains serving in the Persian Gulf, telling them, "You stand in a long and honourable tradition of Christians bearing witness to
the love of Christ in hard and dangerous places."
Bearing witness to
such events and seeing commanding officers turn a blind eye turns closeted straight-looking soldiers into silent coconspirators, Hill says.
Watching the performance of the bond market in 1999 was like bearing witness to
a three-car collision.