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warm-heartedness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state or character of being warm-hearted; affectionate disposition; cordiality.

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Examples

  • He goes on to talk about what he means by "inner values," saying he believes that the way we survive best is in an environment of concern, affection, warm-heartedness and -- in his favorite word -- compassion.

    Donna Jean Freberg: The Content of Our Character

  • Eva Arnold/Magnum Arnold belonged to the next generation of journalists, the ones who learned from Cartier-Bresson's cool, brilliant compositions and Capa's reckless drive and warm-heartedness, and who shared their commitment to humanism, a view that seems naive today but was principled and optimistic in the years following World War II.

    Surprising Insights

  • He goes on to talk about what he means by "inner values," saying he believes that the way we survive best is in an environment of concern, affection, warm-heartedness and -- in his favorite word -- compassion.

    Donna Jean Freberg: The Content of Our Character

  • He goes on to talk about what he means by "inner values," saying he believes that the way we survive best is in an environment of concern, affection, warm-heartedness and -- in his favorite word -- compassion.

    Donna Jean Freberg: The Content of Our Character

  • He goes on to talk about what he means by "inner values," saying he believes that the way we survive best is in an environment of concern, affection, warm-heartedness and -- in his favorite word -- compassion.

    Donna Jean Freberg: The Content of Our Character

  • Cultivating love and affection, warm-heartedness in our relations with others is a source of inner calm.

    Dhammapada and the Jataka Tales

  • We need change that educates and promotes the urgent need to care for the planet and its ecological systems, that calls upon all nation states to work towards the universal abolition of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction and that encourages peace, compassion, respect and warm-heartedness.

    Human Rights, Democracy and Freedom

  • Our lack of warm-heartedness is countered by positive emotions such as love and compassion.

    Shantideva's Compendium of Precepts (Laptu) and A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life (Chod-jug

  • We need change that educates and promotes the urgent need to care for the planet and its ecological systems, that calls upon all nation states to work towards the universal abolition of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction and that encourages peace, compassion, respect and warm-heartedness.

    Human Rights, Democracy and Freedom

  • Cultivating love and affection, warm-heartedness in our relations with others is a source of inner calm.

    Dhammapada and the Jataka Tales

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