In 1998, in the midst of acute public morosity
in Italy caused by a wave of public scandals, John Paul II made a strong intervention, imbued with Christian realism, denouncing demagogical attacks upon political leaders and institutions:
It's there in the magazines "Mainmise" and "Le Temps fou," which were kicking up their heels in the time of morosity
He then begins a very critical period of unease, ill-being, insecurity, morosity
, intense stress, a deep feeling of loneliness together with the feeling of being abandoned, of being left to his own devices, of having lost some or all of his facilities, of "flipping".
was also obvious across the table where my youngster son Ewan was toying with a lamb shank dish containing stringy meat of an unusually purple hue in a sauce equally as lackluster as mine.
Whereas my morosity
continued when I was served my bavette - a relatively cheap cut of steak that can deliver fine flavour and pleasing texture if handled properly.