- v. present participle of witness.
“He's since retreated, emotionally, and now stands there holding signs once a week only as a form of what he calls "witnessing.”
“Everything you are witnessing is just for show, no action.”
“He was referring to witnessing the impromptu vigils, the makeshift memorials, in public spaces such as the Washington Square and Union Square parks.”
“I re-read the novella version of the story a few weeks before reading the novel as an exercise in witnessing how an author might extend a short story to novel length.”
“I think I can speak from personal experience on this topic having come of age as an activist while working for Greenpeace and witnessing from the inside the media tightrope that modern activist organizations "must" walk.”
“The living metaphor we are witnessing is an eternal one: they were dead (almost three weeks with no sign that they were alive) and have now come back to life; they were lost and are now are found; they were prisoners now set free.”
“Knowing and witnessing is not the same thing as creating a revolutionï¿½ At least outside the mind.”
“Knowing and witnessing is not the same thing as creating a revolution.”
“Anyway, should anyone who might be interested in witnessing chance to click on this comment:”
“I figured that my propensity to fall and bleed, my unseemly interest in witnessing chickens and sheep being slaughtered for the kitchen, and my fascination with watching animals give birth could now be viewed as a form of scholarship.”
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Terms and expressions from the Wikipedia-like page on the Bible as found on the portal "The Anglish Moot" (http://anglish.wikia.com/wiki/Book)
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Words from Eckhart Tolle's book 'A new Earth', and various retreats and audio files
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