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  1. Mikashura says:
    As you change, the way you manage your frailties and blind spots -- and other people's -- has to change. From The Seattle Times If there is a common theme here, then it is the frailties and peculiarities of .
  2. Daim says:
    May 12,  · The COVID pandemic has exposed “the vulnerabilities and frailties” of B.C’s justice system and will likely lead to lasting changes to ensure access to justice, Law Society of B.C.
  3. Zulkijar says:
    Vanity--of all human frailties the longest-lived--still held its firmly-rooted place in this woman's nature; superior to torment of conscience, unassailable by terror of death! Let me give you an instance of it," she continued, with a shameless relish of the memory of her own frailties. "I have been a drinker, in my time.
  4. Meztir says:
    Fears. Faults. Failures. Frailties. Have you ever wondered, Do I have to get past my weaknesses before God can use me? Wendy Pope is a speaker with Proverbs 31 Ministries and contributes to the P31 online devotional, Encouragement for Today, which reaches over one million people daily. She is the author of several books, including Wait and See.
  5. Shaktilabar says:
    Even in countries evangelized many centuries ago, the reality of a "Christian society" which, amid all the frailties which have always marked human life, measured itself explicitly on Gospel values, is now gone.
  6. Faukus says:
    Jun 09,  · Make a list of everything you consider a lack or frailty (finances, lack of education or training, a physical limitation). After each statement write this truth: My frailties aren't frail to God. Have you ever struggled with feeling like you didn't measure up?
  7. Dourisar says:
    Challenging some ideas of positive psychology, the authors explore how people can thrive in the face of frailty, suffering, and vice, and argue that an approach to flourishing must incorporate ordinary human frailties and limitations that are unavoidable and central to living, and that flourishing includes all of life, including dependency, weakness, and suffering, in addition to seeking positive experiences.
  8. Shanris says:
    Sep 29,  · frailty (countable and uncountable, plural frailties) (uncountable) The condition quality of being frail, physically, mentally, or morally; weakness of resolution; liability to be deceived or seduced. David Hume. Enquiries concerning the human understanding and concerning the principles of moral. London: Oxford University Press,

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