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- n. the quality of being warmhearted
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- n. a positive feeling of liking
- n. a warmhearted feeling
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USA 20 September 2006 (Carolyn Thompson/AP) — The Dalai Lama invoked a newly bestowed honorary degree Tuesday to advise educators to add "warmheartedness" to their lesson plans.
He also argued that compassion and "warmheartedness" should be secular -- not purely religious -- values and should go far beyond those who are easy to love.
The Dalai Lama invoked a newly bestowed honorary degree Tuesday to advise educators to add "warmheartedness" to their lesson plans.
This should be the age of the triumph and warmheartedness toward the ideas and institutions of Democratic Capitalism and conversely an age of ridicule and scorn toward the ideas and followers of the Left (e.g. Marxism, Socialism, Communism, Mao-ism, Trotskyism, Castro-ism, and The Cult Che).
This explains their warmheartedness, willingness to give more rather than less, and their overall saintliness.
(That @ is to be happy is not merely Field's warmheartedness; contraction-related validities would emerge were it lonely.)
I love your freedom, your hospitality and your warmheartedness.
"The modern education system doesn't pay enough attention to the development of warmheartedness," the Tibetan Buddhist leader told a crowd of about 30,000 on the second day of a three-day visit to the University at
But it's remarkable that none of this ever compromised Lee's sense of humor or his sort of warmheartedness.
"The author shows a wonderful knowledge of humanity, great insight and warmheartedness in the manner in which some of the scenes are treated, and the sympathetic way the gentle peculiarities of the characters are brought out."
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