warm-heartedness


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warm-heartedness

nWarmherzigkeit f, → Herzlichkeit f; (of action, gesture)Großherzigkeit f
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The Irish strain was conspicuous throughout his life in his warm-heartedness, impulsiveness and lack of self-control and practical judgment.
Experience has never put a chill upon my warm-heartedness.'
His native warm-heartedness took a great deal of quenching, and it is a part of manliness for a husband to feel keenly the fact that an inexperienced girl has got into trouble by marrying him.
'Is it a chilling thing to have one's husband sulking and falling asleep directly he comes home--to have him freezing all one's warm-heartedness, and throwing cold water over the fireside?
Brooks asked His Holiness, "what should I do when I feel contempt?" The Dalai answered simply, "Show warm-heartedness."
According to Ton, life in Taiwan has been convenient and safe, while people here are known for their warm-heartedness. The expertise he has picked up also allows him to treat family members who fall ill, for example preparing plain congee with goji for them as breakfast.
President Buhari extolled the warm-heartedness and magnanimity of the business mogul for setting up the Oba Otudeko Foundation, which provides for less privileged members of the society and inspires start-ups, especially among the youth.
It is difficult to describe the cultural, let alone the transcendent, ethos of this special month to a non-Muslim, as it is, say, for an American to describe the engaging warm-heartedness that sweeps across American society during Thanksgiving - a festive event anchored uniquely in American traditions - to a non-American.
"The best way to flourish in life is to express, at all times, benevolence warm-heartedness and altruism," said international author Matthieu Ricard, also known as "the happiest man in the world", addressing the audience at the second edition of the UAE's Happiness Journey.
The educational systems of the future should place greater emphasis on strengthening human abilities, such as warm-heartedness, a sense of oneness, humanity and love.
'The Thai tradition, known for its gentleness, grace, and kindness, will be combined with what is knowingly ours-our vibrancy, gaiety and our warm-heartedness. Leveraging on a seamless combination of traditional Thai and Filipino hospitality for this first-class development means that we will be bringing something more than what can already be found in the city,' Singson concluded.
Only by balancing moral choices between empathy and cruelty, warm-heartedness and indifference, light and dark, life and death will they survive.