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- adj. toward God
- adv. towards God
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Toward God.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Toward God: as, to look Godward.
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Though the chapel's founder, Marguerite Bruswig Staude, meant for its contemporary 1950s design to contextualize the liturgy of building in "a monument to faith ... a spiritual fortress so charged with God, that it spurs man's spirit godward," I am struck by how underwhelming it is in its setting.
How blessed we are in smallness, how godward might we move.
It is a universal need in man, which obviously points us godward.
It is now even more easily accessible because of the coming of the New Force that is awakening matter and helping man in his godward aspiration.
Our seer and saint Sri Aurobindo has in him the power of language to alter human lives, to take the initiated reader, his disciple and follower godward.
You spoke of curiosity about the science of origins, or as I would prefer to call it, the science of godward solutions.
Our true fulfillment is in turning godward, towards the life of reason, and even beyond reason, towards the mystical ascent in ecstasy.
Our human career is a contention between the urge godward and the evil drag of sen - suality.
It is not less personal than the other hymn but it is less introspective and has more of a godward quality.
The great enthusiasm of humanity which overthrew the old order and brought in the fraternal society was not primarily or consciously a godward aspiration at all.