Hard Aspects

Hard Aspects

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Hard aspects are aspects that present a native with challenges—squares, oppositions, semisquares, and the like. Hard aspects is the preferred contemporary term for the aspects that were traditionally termed malefic aspects (malefic dropping out of usage because of its negative connotations).

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Whence, then, came that air of contraction--that narrow and hard aspect on his forehead, in all his lineaments?
While goals and objectives focus on hard aspects of your business aims, intention is different.
This is where the soft side of education must go even as we deal with the hard aspects of education, Briones pointed out.
Japan will build a Dynamic Joint Defence Force, which emphasises both soft and hard aspects of readiness, sustainability, resiliency and connectivity, reinforced by advanced technology and capability.
While Diener acknowledges that sadness and hardship are part of a rich and happy life, his research has shown that how you view these sad, hard aspects of life can increase your SWB even more.
Both the fun and hard aspects of childrearing are something you should not miss out on by getting your wife to do all the work,'' he said.
Given this, the book examines both soft and hard aspects affecting infrastructure and regional cooperation.
As well as being an important space for recreation and relaxation, it creates an area of green tranquillity amid colourful flowers and jostling shrubs, a constant foil to the changing seasons and a soothing contrast to paths, walls and other hard aspects of the landscape,' he says.
As well as being an important space for recreation and relaxation,it creates an area of green tranquillity amidcolourful flowers and jostling shrubs, a constant foil to the changing seasons and a soothing contrast to paths, walls and other hard aspects of the landscape,''he says.
This is not fatalism or passivity, but a serene and sober accommodation to the hard aspects of life.
The dialectics of the Book of Changes and Taoist philosophy expound deeply how Yin (the receptive, earth, dark, female, soft aspects of things) and Yang (the affirmative, heaven, bright, male, hard aspects of things) are opposed to, but rely on, each other.
Getting the grind part of the sole to connect with slidable surfaces is one of the hard aspects of grinding.