self-restraint


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Resignation implicitly implies absence of choice in a certain situation while patience doesn't mean absence of choice but rather exercising self-restraint as a means of tackling a situation with poise which can also be dealt with differently.
He advocated self-restraint and felt that external censorship will not be desirable.
The Sultanate called upon all the warring parties in Yemen to exercise self-restraint and avoid escalation which may hurt the international and regional efforts towards political and human solutions to the problem.
Also on Monday, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi called on the Arab states of the Persian Gulf region to practice self-restraint and avoid engaging in increasing tensions.
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Machar to stick to self-restraint and to elevate the interest of South Sudan people for the sake of guaranteeing stability at the region and not provide a chance for extremism.
He said that the decision was in tune with popular demands, after more than five years during which the leadership and the Government showed great patience and self-restraint restraint in dealing with the developments in Bahrain.
It also urged the Lebanese Judiciary to be the first initiator towards achieving justice without delay, so as to help in self-restraint and warding-off divisions and strife dangers.
Japan strongly demands North Korea to exercise self-restraint and will take all necessary measures, such as warning and surveillance activity, to be able to respond to any situations," Abe said.
The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Wednesday expressed concern on the downing of a Russian aircraft by the Turkish Air Force and urged both parties to exercise self-restraint.
Mahoney notes that Solzhenitsyn was exceptionally tolerant of competing sources of spiritual life (not all self-restraint need be specifically Christian self-restraint).
During Ramadan, Muslims abstain from food, drinks and sexual intercourse from dawn to dusk, which is an exercise in self-restraint, intended to bring the faithful closer to God.