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The essential sadness of exile that Rosa Praed expressed in this letter, 'the unhealable rift forced between a human being and a native place, between the self and its true home', (18) was also reflected in her restless, ceaseless search for spiritual knowledge.
His blame inflicted an unhealable wound, which caused her to "sometimes .
He shows how to assess and treat using eco-ethological existential analytic methods within that cultural competence, which he asserts is the only way to achieve any degree of true healing in what is, in reality, an unhealable culture.
Unhealable parts--negligent spouses, difficult children--weren't her business.
For one an unhealable wound deepens, for another, a chance to turn back
Said, leaving one's home "represents an unhealable rift between a human being and a native place, between the self and its true home: its essential sadness can never be surmounted .
I have seen civil discourse yield to uncivil confrontation on my commuter train more than once; and am I the only one with a family that has declared politics off limits at gatherings for fear of unhealable breaches of relationships?
He styles it the "antihero's war," as "having served there confers not so much a patina of dutifulness as the unhealable scars that come from staring into a moral abyss" (2).
They are forever in the pursuit of resuscitating 'the unhealable rift forced between a human and a native place, between the self and its true home: [the] essential sadness [which] can never be surmounted' (Said 2000, 171).
They hint at unhealable rifts--irreducible gaps between spirit and matter, order and chaos.
Soldiers' Pay shows how trauma, brought home as a sign of unhealable rupture, propagates along familial, sexual, and social lines.
In the midst of an inspired analysis of Faith Healer it is surprising to find a misleading statement that Ted considers Frank "mediocre" or an exaggerated comment that the wheelchaired are unhealable.