HRH the Premier mourns
late Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and stresses with his death, the Arab and Islamic nations have lost a leader who dedicated his life to the nation and its issues.
Rather than mourn
, the Catholic nobility send their minions out to battle against the Survivors Network for those Abused by Priests (SNAP), a powerful voice for those harmed by the bishops.
A spiritually deadened person mourns
over things that should bring celebration--and often celebrates things that should be mourned
the loss of simple pleasures that I once took for granted.
We cannot know all of the practical and soulful implications of what is happening in this western diocese, and yet we mourn
for each and every Anglican parishioner whose heartstrings have been pulled by these events.
Scholars, veterinarians, activists, photographers, and artists from the US, Australia, and Europe offer 26 essays on how humans mourn
Before a nation in grief can unite, its citizens need to mourn
their individual losses first.
Kutcher has turned up fascinating hints that many officials wanted to be ordered not to take leave but to mourn
at their posts--a prestigious indication that they could not be spared and a reprieve from a risky sabbatical from being in the loop and on the ladder.
To grieve with the queen, then, was to mourn
the death of the king's body owing to a wounding of the body politic.
Scripture is the source of the mourning/joy paradox: "Blessed are those who mourn
for they shall be comforted" (Matt.
In Homer's narrative Achilles mourns
Patroclus as a peer, and the obligation to mourn
does not extend outside the circle of male warrior aristocrats.
Workers and Filipinos want to mourn
knowing their names, he said.
Cain, concerned with self, lets sin in the door, but more importantly, he refuses to acknowledge his effect on the "other"; he refuses to remember and to mourn
his brother Abel.
Because I have mourned
for others it is possible to imagine that Jaye Davidson would mourn
for me, having once been large and colored too.