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1(lasting forever)(life/salvation/damnation) eternoa prayer for her eternal rest — una oración por su eterno descanso
- Then the soul is sent either to heaven to enjoy the fruits of a decent life or condemned to eternal hell and damnation forever.
- And what are the words to this spell that confers eternal youth and an infinite capacity for self-renewal?
- The idea of an omniscient, eternal, and infinite being, for example, could not be like anything the senses encountered.
- In that world there is neither motion nor passion nor diversity, but an eternal immutable calm.
- All substances occur in atomic form, each atom being eternal and indestructible.
- She adopts the Catholic Church's philosophy of eternal damnation.
- To put it in terms of Hegel's own image: to understand God's eternal essence before the creation of the world is to understand the basis on which the world was created.
- Thus, she wanted these moments to last forever in the way most people desire eternal youth.
- The idea seems to be that while I have free will, I will nevertheless be punished with eternal and unspeakable suffering if I turn away from God.
- At this time, believers and unbelievers would be judged and assigned to either eternal bliss or eternal damnation.
- So if you thought of punching your little brother or owning all of the ice cream in the world, you were surely destined for an after life of eternal damnation.
- It was sin, punishable by eternal damnation to hell.
- Before he can finish his mission, he's caught by an archdeacon and told that the only way he can avoid eternal damnation is by raising the child as his own.
- People are always searching for the secret to eternal youth.
- Deeply saddened that neither way would save them from the approaching eternal damnation, she started to fix her things and go home.
- Refusing to believe that Jesus Christ is Lord, and refusing the destiny he has for you, is accepting eternal damnation.
- From inside, we could hear the screams of a thousand people that were being tortured, souls trapped in eternal damnation.
- They claimed to have found the answer to eternal youth.
- The texts are bound together with some hymns and the story of an errant monk whom the Virgin Mary saved from eternal damnation.
2(problem/question) eterno(problem/question) sempiterno
- The loss of objectivity leads us to question the existence of eternal or perennial truths.
- We can sometimes forget in the modern era that some eternal truths remain unchanged; rugby is a game for hard men and hard-nosed men.
- History was endlessly revised to make the present look like a confirmation of eternal, unchanging truths.
- And with the process comes the question: is all this relentless modernisation really appropriate to eternal truth?
- I guess it's the eternal question if you're doing your own site or weblog, though - and I've seen enough discussion of it on other people's sites.
- The eternal question is how I'm supposed to spend it.
- Here, then, is the definitive answer to the eternal question: Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
- Some things have eternal value, and compassion is one of them.
- I, like many people, feel a need for the comfort of certainty and eternal truths, but that isn't what he and his ilk deliver.
- These are the eternal questions and ones that astronomers continue to ask.
- It isn't a holiday when you're faced every day with the eternal question of ‘where shall we live?’
- And does it make sense to renounce the world in search of eternal truth?
- But on the other hand, the eternal question is: can we blame these people for not bothering?
- After 25 years of deep thought, Roger believes he has answered the eternal question as to why we are here.
- It's the eternal question - what would you do if money was no object?
- Agreed, the perception of truth may vary from person to person, but there is always one eternal truth.
- He linked these themes to the eternal questions of what is love, what is the good life, and what death is.
- He invested his time to serve God's purpose and pursue things with eternal value.
- In this interview he talks about eternal values, old men and young women, and death.
- Because as a human being you don't know the answers to the eternal questions.
- Or are Americans simply this world's eternal optimists?
- I'm an eternal cautious optimist though, and I can't be what I'm not.
- This is something you see very rarely in football and you would have to be the most eternal optimist to think 3-0 down was a platform for victory.
- I am an eternal optimist, so I am going to hope that it gets better.
- They never became disenchanted; they were the eternal optimists.
- Perhaps I'm an eternal optimist, but I think these films have great impact.
- The 61-year-old, still an eternal optimist, believes he can turn adversity to his advantage.
- An eternal optimist, proprietor Robert Finch has an amazing story to tell of the vicissitudes of farming emus.
- He readily admits mistakes were made before he joined but, like an eternal optimist, is eager today to find a silver lining in every cloud.
- So, for all of my introspection and depression, I suppose the eternal optimist inside me is not far from the surface.
- You would have had to have been one of life's eternal optimists to have entertained thoughts like those.
- The error that could trip the party up here is the eternal misconception that students demand trendiness.
- I barely even notice the day going by… it's the night that's the eternal wait.
- He waited eternal seconds as Jordan stared down at him.
- I'll hand it to 'em, they're nothing if not the eternal optimists.
- Only an eternal optimist could expect success in the second half.
- I hate to be the eternal optimist, but it's hard for me to look at it any other way.
- After an eternal wait at the Chambers Street stop, we got onto a Brooklyn-bound train and collapsed in our seats.
- After an eternal wait, my name was finally called to go in and have the procedure.
- But there is still that eternal nagging voice in the back of your head saying, ‘If I throw stuff out now, I know that someday Ill need it.’
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