wholeheartedness


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the quality of hearty sincerity

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undivided commitment or unreserved enthusiasm

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But this insight comes to light independently of the notion of wholeheartedness that grounded the first account.
Intellectual tools enable teachers to learn from their experiences, and they both assume and develop particular habits of mind: open mindedness (seeking alternatives), responsibility (recognizing the consequences of one's actions), and wholeheartedness (continual self-examination).
Matthew Arnold described "The Scholar-Gipsy," a poem set among the Cumner Hills that surround Oxford University, as an elegy, perhaps as Kenneth and Miriam Allott assert "a lament for youth's wholeheartedness and energy" (CP, p.
If we trust that God will help us - like a loving parent would help a beloved child - and hand over our worries or problems with the same wholeheartedness that we would hand over heavy bags of shopping or luggage to a trusted friend who's offered a helping hand; and if we then try to stop worrying, knowing that the problem is now out of our hands - solutions will come to us.
This, of course, is what the Pre-Raphaelites believed too, but as I say, not with the literal wholeheartedness that could be felt by the young American from Pennsylvania.
Self-study requires honesty with oneself and three essential teacher characteristics: open-mindedness, wholeheartedness, and responsibility.
Laura responded with courage - wholeheartedness - as she allowed the hierarchy and order to be rearranged.
City were accused of being slow to stir against Barnsley but Burke's endeavour and wholeheartedness are among his major qualities.
With that keenness and wholeheartedness generated by our officials, I'm sure it rubs off on to the athletes, who turn out with regularity.
So, she is the tenderness, kindness, wholeheartedness, and the love that every creature needs.
He said that MQM always demonstrated wholeheartedness and supported the policy of reconciliation.
Cruikshank (1987) pushed the reflective practitioner agenda with his charge: "Rather than behaving purely according to impulse, tradition, or authority, teachers can be reflective--they can be deliberate in their actions with open-mindedness, wholeheartedness and intellectual responsibility.
Novo's wholeheartedness has made him one of the most popular foreigners to pull on the Rangers shirt although his all-action style has not endeared him to fans of every Scottish club, especially Celtic.
Both players were fully committed in challenging each other and Hunt, who will come back into the European-chasing United team to face Falkirk today, believes it was this wholeheartedness which spared him a lengthy layoff.