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Costa and McCrea (8) state that the dimension of amenability involves characteristics including honesty, altruism, confidence and obedience, modesty and mercifulness.
Known for his mercifulness and empathy with defendants, Judge Al Hammadi advised new comers to have a great sense of patience and give suspects the full right to defend themselves.
As indicated by Pargament, (7) religiosity is founded on that which is sacred and involves representations of spirituality, traditional expressions of faith, participation in established churches, political and social actions, and personal actions of mercifulness and compassion.
He remembers his grandmother, her kind words and her mercifulness, whenever he did something wrong.
highlighted the significance of the Holy Month and said the entire life of Holy Prophet (PUBH) is a beacon and worthy of emulation as His personality is characterized by attributes of sympathy, generosity, bravery, mercifulness and hospitality which brought about a social and spiritual revolution in the world.
Let us assume that the statement of one of the founders of the Baath Party, Zaki Arsuzi, about mercifulness being the exceptional characteristic of the Arabs, is still present at the heart of the ideology of the Arab Socialist Baath Party command, and that this command also believes in the calls for modernity introduced by Michel Aflaq following his studies abroad.
They said the entire life of Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) is a beacon and worthy of emulation as His personality is characterized by attributes of sympathy, generosity, bravery, mercifulness and hospitality which brought about a social and spiritual revolution in the world.
Today, the aspect of forgiveness and mercifulness has been forgotten by those who claim to follow the Islamic fundamentals and, thus are living far from the reality.
Alms is a word derived from a Greek word that means mercifulness or compassion.
Despite Allistoun's own cool courage, he can respond with mercifulness and sympathy while being critical of Wait's cowardice in the face of death: "He might have been half a man once" (Nigger 78, my emphasis)5--a cowardice underlined when Wait's body refuses to slide off and Belfast's shriek echoes this line: "Jimmy, be a man
The spirit of tolerance makes the cohabitation of heterogeneous groups, the mercifulness regarding the stranger possible; intolerance, in exchange, is a predictable source of conflict.
From her own reign through the present, she has been seen to reflect supposedly masculine qualities of a ruler (warlike courage, authority, judgment, dominance) and the qualities of the ideal woman (beauty, softness, mercifulness, etc.