life-affirming


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life-affirming

adj
having or showing a positive outlook that encourages optimism about life
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Pugliese deftly turns the dark clouds of imagination into a life-affirming ode.
This is possibly one of the most optimistic, life-affirming election pledges I've heard.
He urged the 1,500-strong audience to "celebrate the life and music this historic theatre represents" - as well as to respect "the life-affirming spirit of those who fell.
The Princes, along with the Duchess of Cambridge heard the life-affirming stories of people who have helped others with mental health problems.
com is doing to reach young women in crisis pregnancies, with life-affirming resources and support.
The article assumes that life-affirming evangelism in the city requires adoption of the posture of a resident stranger in the city-, an appreciation for the biblical narratives of creation, fall, redemption, restoration, and the contribution these make to an understanding of God's life-affirming mission in the city; an openness to the likelihood of multiple and diverse responses to the city; and a commitment to developing life-affirming practices that are potentially evangelistic.
Yet an event we're highlighting in today's pages has managed to produce something so life-affirming from such a destructive force.
This life-affirming work explores questions of generational warfare, passion, loss, memory and activisim with a critical eye and ample compassion.
The result was a smart, life-affirming treat of a film.
Boyhood is one of those extraordinary flicks that'll remind you just how life-affirming a trip to the cinema can be.
Ian's generosity of spirit also has had a life-affirming impact on him, as he has now been able to meet the baby girl he saved and they have forged a friendship few of us will ever enjoy.