self-denial


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renunciation of your own interests in favor of the interests of others

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Those who attend the Cairo meeting and downplay the imminent Iranian danger are either blind, pretending to be blind or in self-denial," he tweeted.
Summary: When I hear someone state that he's entering a phase of self-denial, my antenna immediately goes into 'activate' mode .
For his part, the Chairman of the Workers' Sub-trade Union Mubarak Abdel-Daem stressed full readiness of the ministry staff to carry out all their duties with impartiality and self-denial to increase production in the field of minerals, calling for the need to improve the service conditions of the workers in the Ministry of Minerals.
By speaking up, women can break the self-denial and move to the second stage of looking for a solution that will help them continue their active lifestyle.
Canada loves peacekeeping with its few demands for professional knowledge, dedicated training, discipline and self-denial.
Yes, dedication and years of self-denial are needed to reach the top, and this man obviously adhered to those demands.
Unsurprisingly, an understanding of virtue as the product of self-denial sprang up alongside this Victorian conception of duty.
These stories will inspire you to follow the saints' examples as you discover how they: Lived fascinating lives that make legends seem dull by comparison; Practiced heroic selfness, detachment, self-denial, and generosity; Displayed startling energy and stamina in fulfilling their missions; Transformed society through ways of thinking far ahead of their time; Left their imprint on the world's geography, languages, and cultures.
It also aims to promote the team spirit, voluntary action, self-denial, and experience sharing among participants with a view to creating an atmosphere of fair competition in serving the national interests.
He affirmed that Bahrain will never forget them and their sacrifices which are a source of pride as they set an example of self-denial for the sake of the nation, their brethren in the GCC countries and to defend legitimacy in Yemen.
Moved by stories of Christ, he eventually eschews his easy life for one of self-denial and service.
In a press statement today, the OIC head said that these blessed days are a great opportunity to emphasize the values of giving, self-denial, fraternity and participation and the embodiment of the meanings of moderation, tolerance and coexistence among all people.
Those who have dealings with him will know he is very protective of his councillors and managers within the Council House and is in self-denial of any wrongdoings in any of the departments.
Finding myself hard-pressed to find anything as a fitting sacrifice, I thought that, in lieu of self-denial, Id be more positive and do something for others.
This book looks to Victorian examples of self-denial and self-discipline in these virtues, examining the habits of British intellectuals across many disciplines--science, literature, religion, and philosophy--as relating to Charles Dickens, Augustus De Morgan, Adam Sedgewick, Edward White Benson, Samual Smiles, and many others.