Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being open-hearted; candor; frankness; sincerity.
“We will listen to them with the same open-heartedness we bring to all editorial feedback that doesn't come from ourselves!”
“Gabrielle Giffords smiled, Sargent Shriver was honored in a memorial service Saturday, and our nation is experiencing a wave of open-heartedness that offers such a refreshing change from the exhaustive finger-pointing of politics.”
“Gabrielle Giffords smiled, Sargent Shriver was honored in a memorial service Saturday, and our nation is experiencing a wave of open-heartedness that offers such a refreshing change from the exhaustive finger-pointing of politics and the black cloud of recession depression.”
“Cultivate a community of open-heartedness and practice the art of creating shared value.”
“There is an open-heartedness to Gaga, a decency and a goodness that can be found in almost everything she does aside”
“Her sweetness and vulnerability are honest and refreshing, offering him a glimpse at her open-heartedness.”
“I have mustered up the courage to delve into my shadows consciously; to take an honest look at the disharmonious aspects of myself and to make the choice to challenge my anger with understanding, my distrust with open-heartedness and so on.”
“The $64 question is, can we maintain balance, awareness and open-heartedness while we engage fully in the activities of this world?”
“Clear vision and open-heartedness can be trumped by ambition and pride.”
“Marcelle includes a path to open-heartedness towards ourselves helping us to be more aware of the real emotional reasons we put our own self care aside.”
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