The religious ethos of India was given flexibility , tolerance and strength by the absence of a single religious doctrine, based on a ‘ Bible ' or sacred dogma; by the multiplicity of forms and faiths that collectively formed India’s religious beliefs and the Vedic and beak-away traditions of our sages and seers . It was an inclusive attitude , drawing the alien heretical belief within a total ambience, extending and absorbing while respecting the beliefs of other religions. Heresy was unknown and religious persecution was minimal.
The cinema is about other things than storytelling. What you remember from a good film – and let's only talk about good films – is not the story, but a particular and hopefully unique experience that is about atmosphere, ambience, performance, style, an emotional attitude, gestures, singular events, a particular audio-visual experience that does not rely on the story.Peter Greenaway
The song 's verse [Petronio Alavrez’s Composition ] refers to the smiling friendliness , musicality and carino ternura (y) ambiente de sabrosura ( sweetness , tenderness , and delicious ambience) of port residents.Petronio Alavrez, In The City of Musical Memory: Salsa, Record Grooves and Popular Culture in ..., p.168
I find the past so fascinating. Photographs are strange, almost surreal , almost here yet gone. I slip into thinking what the past must have been like and I enjoy creating that ambience and atmosphere - 1730 to around 1870 is the most interesting period.Kate Atkinson, in Behind the scenes with Kate Atkinson
...noted changes from the period of Jesus ’ lifetime to that of Paul in ambience and social composition of the Jesus movement; with implications for both core religious views and anti- Jewish polemical stances. As that movement evolved further, the changes in ambience and social composition of what became the Christian church were yet more pronounced.Robert Chazan, in Fashioning Jewish Identity in Medieval Western Christendom, P.56
Our Jewish polemicists lived in an environment dominated by Christianity . Indeed, the spiritual pressures that occasioned the Jewish polemical works were themselves a reflection of the vigor of the Christian ambience.Robert Chazan, in "Fashioning Jewish Identity in Medieval Western Christendom", P.216
More than just service , it's the respect , rapport , ambience that engages customers so that price becomes the last thing on their minds as they walk around stores.Candace Corlett, in Supermarkets strike back
Love is quite wonderful; there’s no way you can conceal. The magnificent ambience of love will inevitably leave its seal.B. F. Davis, et al, in As We See It: An Evocative Collaboration of Poetry, Quotes and Short Stories, p.20
In all the music that deals with experimental repetition, drum and bass, dub, various kinds of house music, there's always been a quality of atmosphere and ambience.Bill Laswell, in Bill Laswell interview by Jason Gross
Consider a colour scheme that inspires peace and tranquility . A colour palette in lighter hues of blue , lavender , green and rose will create an ambience of relaxation and repose . Define your colour scheme.Willa Roberson-Mitchell, in Decorating Your Lifespace With Inner Vision: An (52 week) Interactive ..., p.87
I am pretty conventional , I was raised by a strict mother who said, 'Be sure to open doors and say please thank you and pull up the chair.' So I would take her for a great dinner with good ambience, low lighting, great food and a good bottle of wine. I like to be inquisitive and ask a lot of questions. I am not an ironic dating guy; I don't say, 'Let's go bowling.'Chris Pine, in Chris Pine Spills The Beans On Lindsay Lohan In A New Interview His 'Just My Luck' co-star
The past becomes a texture, an ambience to our present .Paul Scott, in The Scrapbook Designer's Workbook: Unlocking the Secrets to Great Page Design
In Roman Catholic devotional writing [as] the piety , is the religious sensibility or insights of an individual, usually a saint . By extension it can refer to the traditional ambience of a Roman Catholic Religious Order. This ambience shapes the order’s communal life, and is also a guide for members of those orders who preach , write , and counsel individuals on the spiritual life of prayer and devotion.J.Z.Smith, et al, the HarperCollins Dictionary of Religion” quoted in Making Sadza With Deaf Zimbabwean Women: A Missiological Reorientation of ...
Through the English appropriation of the French ambience and the related amientae of Italian , I found ambient defined in English as the character and atmosphere of a place.Peter Zumthor, in Architecture and Energy: Performance and Style quoted by William W. Braham, Daniel Willis, p. 145
Your room can be accented with accessories that symbolize inner vision . For inspiration , a sculpture , water fall, short screen, artwork and inspirational quotes are some of the accents you can integrate into your space. Aromatherapy of incense , oils , candles , and fresh flowers will enhance the ambience.Willa Roberson-Mitchell, in "Decorating Your Lifespace With Inner Vision: An (52 week) Interactive ...", p.87
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