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It is rather paranoia, causeless fear of the public word, desperate attempt of the stranded mind which considers that something can change if he proscribes the people who think differently than him i.e.
I close with the teaching of the first Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel, Abraham Isaac Kook, leaving to him the last insight for the antidote to hate: "The Second Temple was destroyed because of causeless hatred.
Adrian Burton, however, translates yadrcchika, as "causeless" qualifying krpa "mercy": "That bhakti, however, can only be obtained through the causeless [yadrcchika] mercy [krpa] of my exalted pure devotees; it cannot be obtained through human efforts" (Burton 2000: 321, brackets added by me).
Speaking of himself in the third person in a 1954 autobiographical sketch, Magritte comments on a 1926 version of the painting: "He executed the painting 'The Lost Jockey', conceived with no aesthetic intention, with the sole aim of RESPONDING to a mysterious feeling, a 'causeless' anguish, a sort of 'call to order' which impinged on his consciousness at certain non-historic moments and which had guided his life ever since birth" (1: 169).
Concerns on default of budget credits are causeless due to Agriculture Ministry's measures on increasing grain cost, Deputy Chairman of the Board of JSC "Kazagro" Dauren Makhazhanov has said at a briefing on October 28, the press service of the Kazakh PM said.
He relates his state of being as "a sickness of the spirits [that] kept alternating with flights of causeless buoyancy" (3:206).
These days, "causeless cause marketing" isn't cutting it anymore.
Without these structured mental models--that is, theories of what attributes of the environment are important in war--military change seems to be a ceaseless flow of disconnected, causeless happenstance and chaos.
His was a mind that we will miss", wrote Barbara Mowat (1992:10) in her Introduction to the posthumous American edition of Marco Mincoff's last critical opus, Things Supernatural and Causeless: Shakespearean Romance.
To do so, he used the concept of spontaneous emission of light, basically granting that atomic emissions of visible light might follow the same seemingly random pattern of the apparently causeless radioactive emissions of nuclei.
Writing of pre-Buddhist, but similar, Vedic assumptions, Jan Gonda notes that ritual acts bring about a "causeless virtue" that achieves, for example, rebirth in heaven, in a "mysterious manner" whose mechanism is unknown (124).