self-reformation


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Noun1.self-reformation - the act of improving yourself
autosuggestion, auto-suggestion, self-suggestion - a system for self-improvement developed by Emile Coue which was popular in the 1920s and 1930s
improvement - the act of improving something; "their improvements increased the value of the property"
reform - self-improvement in behavior or morals by abandoning some vice; "the family rejoiced in the drunkard's reform"
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He emphasized that this target could achieve provided self-reformation is sincerely followed in letter and spirit in interests for the nation and the country.
Mustafa Bashir emphasized that we could achieve the laurels to this direction provided, we move for self-reformation sincerely in letter and spirit in the larger individual and collective interests for the nation and the country.
"The Party's repeated self-criticism and self-reformation, especially against the corrosive effect of corruption on legitimacy, have assured the Party's continuing credibility, vibrancy, and relevance as China's driving force.
MAC said China ought to find an appropriate way to resolve conflicts of interest among its own population, and have the courage to conduct self-reformation.
Not only representations of history but self-representation and self-reformation are also explored, whether they be conjoined acrylic sheets, layers of linen by Hira Awais, linocut prints by Shehzil Raza or parts of human body juxtaposed with animals by Minahil Ijaz.
The Holy Month is about self-reformation and abstention from the luxuries of life.
It t is only possible through self-reformation. Only through self-reformation that humanity en masse can be uplifted and made wholesome.
In addition to a chapter on the illustrated meditative treatises of Benito Arias Montano, Jeronimo Nadal, and Antonius Sucquet, there are chapters on the prints as catalysts of penitential and communicative self-reformation, as well as on prints as meditative sources of works in other media, such as Otto van Veen's Carrying of the Cross.
Ramadan, the ninth month of the lunar Islamic calendar, is the time to focus on self-reformation and prayer.