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I was equally critical of Obasanjo, Yar'adua, and Jonathan, but not once was I ever told that it was journalistic sacrilege to afflict the comfortable.
They emphasize that for anybody the set of problems that afflict this sector of the population, whose nature is of a varied nature, health and economic problems, situation of abandonment, progressive deterioration, low amounts in pensions, etc.
There is commonly held wrong belief that rheumatic diseases afflict only joints.
"Our fundamental calling is to afflict the comfortable and to comfort the afflicted.
Summary: Evolution may be partly responsible for two major autoimmune diseases that afflict humans, research suggests.
Throughout his career, whether he was reopening CBS's Moscow bureau, reporting on the construction of the Berlin Wall, or leaking news of illegal CIA-sponsored assassinations to the Village Voice (after CBS had taken him off the air), he embodied journalism's central tenet: "Comfort the afflicted, afflict the comfortable"emphasis on the second half.
Summary: Baghdad, June 21, 2010, SPA -- Iraq&'s electricity minister resigned today after protests over power cuts that afflict the country and have stoked tensions following a March election that has yet to produce a new government, Reuters reported.
Olson, author of this set of Preaching Helps, reminds me of the old saying that the purpose of preaching is to "afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted." But Pastor Olson takes things a step farther, highlighting for us that, in the readings assigned for the final Sundays after Epiphany and Lent, God turns everything upside down.
Beyond these generic dilemmas that attend any enterprise such as this, there are specific difficulties that afflict this particular enterprise.
Refreshing Black people often, to subvert Peter Finley Dunne's famous words, comfort the comfortable and afflict the afflicted.
These diseases afflict millions, primarily in developing nations, and are usually fatal if left untreated.
The Alzheimer's Association projects that by 2025 the disease will afflict approximately 6.5 million seniors--a 44 percent increase from the 4.5 million affected in 2000.