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But most important is to retain the relationship of parts to their wholes and of wholes to Wholeness.
The search for wholeness links historically to the African slave's search for freedom and agency during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the processes of colonization and neo-colonization.
In fact, The Unbearable Wholeness of Being can be construed as a summary and application of Teilhard's literary corpus of nine books and many essays and articles.
Simultaneity or wholeness occurred among Khing's thought, the right tree, and the appearance of the bell stand.
In other words, I am not simply dealing with a credibility crisis that requires my returning in penitential awareness to lost wholeness but a reconfiguration of wholeness in relation to others whom I have disregarded.
The goal of healing ministry is to restore persons to this wholeness that the Bible envisages for every child of God.
It is also a time for sharing of gifts, and we give thanks for the gifts you share with your communities, and with us, and for your work on behalf of healing and wholeness in so many ways.
Wholeness of treatment means that serious and adequate energy is spent on connecting with the victim--well beyond simple rapport-building--as well as an intent focus, assessment, and alteration (as needed) of the dynamics of the victim's system.
Wholeness is a difficult concept to fully grasp, and has been a matter of debate for many centuries.
As our class on wholeness and pattern got started, I remember thinking, "Yeah .
If some in this church feel wounded by recent decisions, then our salvation, our health as a body, is at some hazard, and it becomes the duty of all of us to seek healing and wholeness," she said.
He sees the beauty in each, values their strengths and finds wholeness where there is so often discord.
In the Bible shalom means universal flourishing, wholeness, and delight--a rich state of affairs in which natural needs are satisfied and natural gifts are fruitfully employed, a state of affairs that inspires joyful wonder as its Creator and Savior opens doors and welcomes the creatures in whom he delights.
In 'The Task of the Translator' (a commentary on Walter Benjamin's essay of the same title), Johnson argues that the wholeness of the work of art is an illusion which is always exposed in translation, the breaking of the vessel occurring 'the moment the signifier and signified are linked by the "folds" of a different system of differences' (p.
PINHOOK: Finding Wholeness in a Fragmented Land JANISSE RAY