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Such practices include, peaceableness, hospitality, patience, courage, and joy, which sustain a people "who refuse to have their lives determined by the fear and denial of death.
In the latter part of the nineteenth century, attitudes to Polynesia in the published literature were curiously binary, with some commentators condemning time corruption of the culture, while others praised its innocence and peaceableness.
In particular it argues that the virtue of peaceableness is missing from the current discussion of business ethics.
We would argue that there is at least one other organizational virtue that should be considered and that virtue is peaceableness.
An implicit assumption, however, is that they exhibit peaceableness toward each other and toward their work environment.
Peaceableness "exists in the United States and therefore a peaceful, nonviolent, forgiving American society is possible," she said.
Odin and Frey and Thor gave way to the God who made the skies and the seas, the worship of whom now formed the natural condition of those living in a new order of peaceableness, neighborliness, and orderliness.
That peaceableness is based in "psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs," for which Psalm 148 is a credible model.
It is very Christ-like in its passivity and beneficence, and in the penetrating energy that issues out of its peaceableness.
Usually, we find coexisting clusters of peaceableness and aggression.
Celebrations are the play life of a society, and a healthy play life strengthens the peaceableness of any people by reaffirming the best in their social values.
When celebrations lose their playfulness, when gift-giving becomes carefully calibrated exchange, when performances become competitive, then these rituals lose their replenishing character and cease to be resources of genuine peaceableness.