Envisagement


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En`vis´age`ment


n.1.The act of envisaging.
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However, contrary to their envisagement, GB has never enjoyed even their fundamental constitutional rights.
Those who have nothing can share nothing; those who are going nowhere can have no fellow-travellers." (37) When we apply this insight to friendship with God, the results are most daunting to the human envisagement: "Charity is that very sharing of spiritual life, which brings us to eternal happiness." (38) Without the charity that enables us to love God as a Friend, we are reduced to human monads lost in the cosmos.
Precisely in this monstrous picture we find an envisagement of the unity of the divine and the human at its absolute peak.