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|UNDERSTANDING "Yearn to understand first and to be understood second." — |
Beca Lewis Allen "The theoretical understanding of the world, which is the aim of
philosophy, is not a matter of great practical importance to animals, or to ...
|Revealing a step-by-step pathway for living, this beloved classic that provides powerful yet timeless lessons in personal change celebrates its 15th anniversary with this edition that features a new Foreword and Afterword by the author.|
|But I know, too, that some day the little golden-winged butterfly will meet—” “|
Another butterfly? ... And he had understood almost from the first, when Doctor En
Hai had returned to Pell Street—“because they need me”— and had nailed his ...
|We long to be closer to others, to work on important life projects, to continue to |
improve ourselves, to understand more. Furthermore, we yearn for a world
without the brokenness found all around us: poverty, injustice, sickness, suffering,
and sin. ... a wayfarer.2 This archaic English term may be better understood by a
look at the Latin term it represents: “status viatoris. ... Second, even in the current
state, where one is not yet at the final destination, there is nonetheless some
|was probably understood in its broadest sense: "The meek will come into |
possession of the whole inhabited earth. ... First, it seems a little presumptuous to
understand this beatitude as promising perfect righteousness to those who ...
Second, the metaphors of hungering and thirsting seem more apt with reference
to a righteousness that is not subject to ... If it is correct to understand the
beatitude in this way ("Blessed are those who yearn for the manifestation of God's
|First, the fear of knowing or fear of being in relationship is the fear of knowing |
violence, the fear of not finding answers, and the fear of ... Second, the yearning
to know is yearning to find life beyond violence, to face questions without
answers, and to know what we do not know. ... Turning to Psalms, she
differentiates confession from lament; con- fession is understood as the cry of the
violator, while lament ...
|They are like theartifacts that keep breaking theirwayto the surface, waitingto |
benamed and understood. ... The first page, on holiday stationery: “Christmas
1995 Kalamazoo.” On the second, a typed poem, Liz Rosenberg's “Married Love.
... At times,wemust learn toimpose seasons uponceaselessthings,upon theguilt
that ever findsnew soilortheregrets that takeover untended gardens like
Charles L. Griswold Jr. - 2010 - Preview
|The second half must be folded back over the first half; the lover's divinization of |
the beloved is amplified by the account of the way in ... When this yearning is
successful, that is, when the lover comes to understand his eros, the experience
is called anamnesis. ... As this section of the myth teaches us, even physiological
desire holds the promise of spiritual perfection if this desire is rightly understood (
|... relationships only those who love and are loved can speak of love as an |
experienced reality rather than as an abstraction or an unfulfilled yearning. ...
Now I know in part; then I shall understand fully, even as I have been fully
|... his imminent encounter with death, is temporarily forced aside, or below, |
repressed by an insistent yearning for the ... As with almost all of Sassoon's
writing between the end of the First and the Second World Wars, the nostalgia is
a blend of ... chapter a historical overview of trauma as understood during the
First World War, the interwar years and the Second World War. ... The key
Freudian concept of repression is central to Rivers's understanding of trauma,
and key too for Sassoon.