moral-spiritual love

moral-spiritual

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  • My moral-spiritual responsibility is fully as great as theirs.

    THE NAMES OF JESUS

  • What Christ appear'd for in the moral-spiritual field for human-kind, namely, that in respect to the absolute soul, there is in the possession of such by each single individual, something so transcendent, so incapable of gradations,

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  • Kasr al-Nil as they are assaulted by water cannons have swiftly accumulated even more moral-spiritual power than the resolute satyagrahis of Mahatma Gandhi did in their own media-deprived time.

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  • For example, cases involving blatant moral-spiritual corruption are excluded from risk-benefit analysis.

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  • What we lack as a species is a moral-spiritual force for healing that is the equivalent -- or even one one-millionth the equivalent -- of shock and awe bombing, let us say, or any of the great mechanisms of destruction we have developed over the millennia in our obsession with dominance.

    The Smirking Chimp - News And Commentary from the Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy

  • You are in my opinion wrong, in that it is secular forces, liberals and homosexuals that are pushing their values on everyone else, contrary to the fact these moral-spiritual values are timeless, they have always been accepted by every society in human history as being evil and they were rejected, it is only the aforementioned activists that are forcing their non-values on everyone else.

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