dedicate oneself to

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It is a knowledge of the self and the world that gives one the freedom to commit and to dedicate oneself to a worthy cause and to God.
To take care of and dedicate oneself to those that choose us is our way of reciprocating their belief in us," says Aimone Dal Pozzo, CEO Castello Dal Pozzo.
The flaneur was a man of means, with the time and resources not to have to work like everyone else, to dedicate oneself to the study of humanity in the city.
To be philosopher and do philosophy in the 21st century it is necessary to dedicate oneself to the integration of thought and life and to learn how to share this work with others.
In my experience, Marian devotion is a practice that any man can identify with because to dedicate oneself to a woman is in itself part of the nature of true masculinity.
"He wanted to come to Aparecida by Marian devotion (a willingness to dedicate oneself to the Virgin Mary) and to officiate the first mass with the Brazilian people, but by visiting the shrine he is also saluting the whole region," said priest Roni Dos Reis, a spokesman for the event.
"In many sectors," he says, "to dedicate oneself to teaching implies participating in the productive process, but with a distinct perspective.
TO MAKE ART, IT IS NECESSARY TO BE FILLED WITH A burning enthusiasm and to dedicate oneself to creative activity.
It takes a selfless soul to dedicate oneself to serving others.
He is the image of the will to dedicate oneself to results at all costs.
For Newton, to face reality is also to dedicate oneself to changing it: "Although I risk the likelihood of death, there is at least the possibility, if not the probability, of changing intolerable conditions" (3).
In order to dedicate oneself to this kind of painterly project, I assume, one has to be attracted to the idea of falling, of precipitating into a void.