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This early Puritan ideal of unstinting openhandedness contrasts markedly with the present mania for fiscal and ethical retrenchment.
Against those who attempt to force "a tight and awkward carapace of definition over humankind, and to try to trim the living creature to fit the dead shell," Robinson envisions an ethic of "radical openhandedness," unabashedly grounded in a Christian worldview, based on a "haunting solicitude for the vulnerable" among us--a notion of social justice and liberality based on our obligations to one another, what she calls "humane imagination for the integrity and mystery of other lives.
Gamcel and Gamtel, operating under the brand names of Yaay Borom and Creating a brighter future for Telecommunications respectively, have extended their openhandedness to the Gambia for Goal, that totals up to D10 million for a period of four years.
Compared to Melville, Whitman looks at first as the model of openhandedness and guilessness.
Openhandedness pertains to a balance between giving, as this reflects a commitment to improving life for others, and receiving.
Moreover, Dubai Customs Director General has praised in his speech UAE huge efforts in supporting the development causes around the world as well as the humanitarian initiatives launched by HH Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE President and his brother HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai and their expansive openhandedness towards different parts of the world.
The SPLM-DC will embrace with openhandedness whoever comes to join it with a good intention for better change in the South without selfishness of tribalism or clannishism.