Noun(1) a state of supreme happiness(2) one of the eight sayings of Jesus at the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount; in Latin each saying begins with `beatus' (blessed
(1) And yet that billboard vouchsafes to one of the novel's minor characters, J. Edgar's ghostly Sister, a vision of beatitude .(2) The phrase was on the cover of a Christian magazine which showed an awkward-looking teen sat in a chair being hugged by his parents who had expressions of moronic beatitude .(3) At times Watson's poems reek of second-hand beatitude , and his preoccupation with his status of ├ö├ç├┐writer├ö├ç├û reminds me of Dransfield.(4) Celebrity is very corrosive of beatitude , so are benzedrine and heroin.(5) Someone may counter by saying that traditionally Chinese people prefer to live a long life because longevity is equivalent to beatitude .(6) Whereas in the classical account, happiness encompassed the span of a lifetime, Christian beatitude was infinite.(7) They began to talk loudly and at length on a range of topics: the benefits of various air miles and insurance packages; the moral beatitude of wealth creation; their twin enthusiasms for brand development and soul music.(8) the expression of beatitude the religious sometimes adopt(9) Above the earth are six heavens called Swarga, with increasing beatitude as one ascends.(10) It is the condition of beatitude - the divine vision of the person of God by an individuated soul.(11) The terrifying aspect of this Self makes Arjuna shudder with fear, and hence the Lord also reveals His most beautiful form that is full of bliss, beatitude , and serenity.(12) Surely he has not excluded women from beatitude ?(13) The only possible object of beatitude is the Party, or what the Party may be supposed to stand for.(14) Meditation is the science of bringing inner beauty, inner beatitude , inner benediction.(15) It doesn't hurt that Murdoch is being played by Dench, who achieves that magical balance of beatitude and pragmatism we have come to expect from her.(16) Or, like other religions, will the Catholic Church, too, emphasize spiritual beatitude over the passion for justice?
2. benediction ::
3. grace ::
4. bliss ::
6. exaltation ::
7. supreme happiness ::
8. divine joy ::
9. divine rapture ::
11. sainthood ::
1. calamity ::
2. misery ::
Different Formsbeatitude, beatitudes
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