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Self-renunciation or self-fulfilment?
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AND UPANISHADS: But it remains just information and book-knowledge in a sense or heard-knowledge so to speak, till one by co-operative action, by love and feeling of brotherhood and self-renunciation. This is also the Asva-medha. In other words, the sacrifice is called Visvajit, and it is a sacrifice that entails the. The last half of the twentieth century has seen a rapid increase in the process of secularization in both Britain and America, and this trend is nowhere more clearly evident than in the widespread relaxation of sexual mores. Within the Catholic Church a tension has arisen between liberal Catholics who argue for the right of Catholics to act according to the dictates of individual .
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Chapter Love and Self-Sacrifice The crux is the meaning of self-renunciation in agape. Second, they reach the limits of self-fulfilment, and thus prepare for the acknowledgment that only a love which transcends the human loves can fulfil the self.
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The adjective must be kept, partly for its historical associations, and partly because the writer can not think of a positive word that should replace it; but it must be understood, when the worker in science, the scientifically-minded individual is in question, as meaning self-fulfilment rather than self-renunciation.
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Catholicism Without Apologies 2: How and Why I Became a Catholic This book convinced me that the Christian faith was the key that fit the lock of life; not Christianity seen as a set of propositions, but as the lived faith of the saints and of the Church through the centuries. self-fulfilment and self-renunciation—all of our Author: Maolsheachlann.
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This is experienced as a type of personal freedom and self-fulfilment. Yet that freedom is predicated on a decrease in personal autonomy, manifested in continuous acts of ever-increasing self-renunciation.’. Sermons & Writings of Victor Shepherd Home; Recent Additions; Sermons.
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He saw it as forming a branch of the Society of Mary (3). In the final chapter, “The Holiness of the Christian”, Webster highlights the difference between the Christian’s holiness and contemporaneity’s concern with “spirituality”, the latter too often hedonistic self-fulfilment.
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UK.The whole book is about law as its title "Deuteronomy" (Second Law) suggests. But the underling spirit of this book is about the love of God. The people of Israel should love their God in return and this love is the motive for observing the Law.
The prominence of the love of God in the Book of Deuteronomy offsets its legalistic aspect.Salvation means the regaining of the state of bliss which was forfeited by man through sin.
Man gains his salvation not by daring adventure and glorious achievement but by self-abnegation and refusal to participate in the affairs of the world. The ideal is not self-fulfilment but self-renunciation.