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" What are you going through?' The love of our neighbour in all its fullness simply means being able to say to him: 'What are you going through? "
A Theology of Reading: The Hermeneutics of Love - Page 55
by Alan Jacobs - 2009 - 197 pages
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Between the Human and the Divine: The Political Thought of Simone Weil

Mary G. Dietz - Philosophy - 1988 - 205 pages
...concrete specificity, not as general categories. She makes this clear in SS where she writes: The love of neighbor in all its fullness simply means being able...collection, or a specimen from the social category labelled "unfortunate" but as a man, exactly like us, who was one day stamped with a special mark by...
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The Search for Compassion: Spirituality and Ministry

Andrew Purves - Religion - 1989 - 143 pages
...not possess it. Warmth of heart, impulsiveness, pity are not enough. . . . The love of our neighbour in all its fullness simply means being able to say...collection, or a specimen from the social category labelled "unfortunate," but as a man, exactly like us, who was one day stamped with a special mark...
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Learning for Life: Moral Education Theory and Practice

Andrew Garrod - Education - 1992 - 271 pages
...the vessel, a king three-quarters paralyzed by the most painful wound, "What are you going through?" The love of our neighbor in all its fullness simply...able to say to him: "What are you going through?" . . . Only he who is capable of attention can do this.^3 Again we see that the problem of acceptability...
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Feminist Social Thought: A Reader

Diana T. Meyers - Philosophy - 1997 - 772 pages
...the vessel, a king three quarters paralyzed by the most painful wound, "What are you going through?" The love of our neighbor in all its fullness simply...able to say to him: "What are you going through?" . . . Only he who is capable of attention can do this.50 I do not claim absolute value but only that...
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Our Best Days

Nancy Hull-Mast, Sally Coleman - Family & Relationships - 2013 - 384 pages
...our minds to do. Today let me choose to set a goal for myself and follow through until I attain it. The love of our neighbor in all its fullness simply...able to say to him: 'What are you going through?' Simone Weil Love is listening to our friends and really hearing what they have to say. Sometimes we...
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Ecofeminist Literary Criticism: Theory, Interpretation, Pedagogy

Greta Claire Gaard, Patrick D. Murphy - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 257 pages
...contemporary feminist ethic of care (119-23; Donovan, Feminist 173- 78). Weil in 1942 explained it thus: The love of our neighbor in all its fullness simply means being able to say to [her] : "What are you going through?" It is a recognition that the sufferer exists, not only as a unit...
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Creating Character Emotions

Ann Hood - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1998 - 170 pages
...simplest, sympathy is what Simone Weil wrote in Waiting for God: "The love of our neighbor in all of its fullness simply means being able to say to him, "What are you going through?' " BAD EXAMPLES They all stood awkwardly in front of Miles, uncertain what to say or how to say it....
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Love Disconsoled: Meditations on Christian Charity

Timothy Patrick Jackson - Philosophy - 1999 - 254 pages
...God or to the perfected creature that the neighbor may eventually become, Weil writes: "The love of neighbor in all its fullness simply means being able to say to him: 'What are you going through?' "88 Weil does less well than Augustine, however, in finding room for proper self-love. Having eloquently...
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Spiritual Dimensions of Pastoral Care: Practical Theology in a Multi ...

David Willows, John Swinton - Psychology - 2000 - 222 pages
...most painful wound), 'What are you going through?' To which she comments: The love of our neighbour in all its fullness simply means being able to say...collection, or a specimen from the social category labelled 'unfortunate', but a man, exactly as we are, who was one day stamped with a special mark by...
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Meditations for Living In Balance: Daily Solutions for People Who Do Too Much

Anne Wilson Schaef - Self-Help - 2000 - 400 pages
...is a learning there for us. There is always a learning there for us no matter what. COMPASSION The love of our neighbor in all its fullness simply...being able to say to him, "What are you going through ?" SlMONEWffl. For some of us, "loving our neighbor as ourselves" is a big order, especially if we...
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