divine spark


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divine spark

noun
The vital principle or animating force within living beings:
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So soon as Adam's eyes met those of the younger girl, who stood nearest to him, some sort of electricity flashed--that divine spark which begins by recognition, and ends in obedience.
But Tibo, the little black boy, lacked the divine spark which had permitted Tarzan, the white boy, to benefit by his training in the ways of the fierce jungle.
She will trigger a divine spark in your heart to see life as one inclusive existence, no matter who you are, rich or poor, educated or not, young or old, nationless, genderless human beings, worthy to be hugged and listened to, and worthy to accept the blessings that she has so much in abundance of.
When you connect with the divine spark within, you'll stop obsessing over superficial matters.
We live in a world of self-obsession and self-indulgence, spirituality offers the inner warmth, the divine spark that every one of us yearns for.
We all have a divine spark within us and are of infinite value and worth.
"Within each of us, there is a divine spark of goodness.
In his legendary poem, Iqbal relates 'Khudi' with 'Rooh'; the divine spark present inside every human being that has the power to open the doors to greatness.
The cafe advocates the principle of ahimsa - a belief that all living beings have a divine spark. As a result, all the dairy products sold in Atma come from cows that will never be slaughtered, making it the first cafe of its kind in Europe.
That sense, and that search, postulates our conviction that humans have a soul, a divine spark, a supernatural entity that can potentially interact with other supernatural entities and indeed seeks to do so.
Since the Fuji Declaration was officially inaugurated in May 2015, thousands of people from around the world have signed and embraced the declaration, affirming the divine spark in every human being and the essential oneness of all life in its diversity.