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beatific

of, conferring, or relating to a state of celestial happiness
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We experience a hint of the beatific vision in the world around us: a conversation with a friend, a walk in the woods, contemplation of scripture.
Fit for a king, Rixos Premium Seagate comprises of 783 luxurious and elegantly decorated rooms that offer superlative luxury, Turkish inspired hospitality and marshals beatific views of the Red Sea.
But he then uplifts us with a beatific vision of the alternate path, a path of forgiveness and compassion.
This first dramatic, direct and clear revelation-a beatific vision-of his mission was an interior event.
There's no room on the t-shirts and the posters featuring El Che's beatific smile for the fact that he boasted to the UN, in a 1964 speech, that "yes, we have executed, we are executing, we will continue to execute," nor does anyone sport swag celebrating Eutimio Guerra, a Cuban peasant Che bragged about shooting "with a .32 caliber pistol, in the right side of his brain." Who cares about the 11 million people still living under the despotic regime Guevara helped erect; the image shines bright, a virtue-signaling beacon for the young, unintelligent, and depraved.
He finds success addictive, becoming a social climber, to the dismay of the beatific Charity.
It has to be said that the paintings on view reflect the beatific ambience that you associate with India's multicultural past and present, though some might take issue with the latter.
According to the report by (http://ew.com/tv/2017/03/23/westworld-season-2-angela/) Entertainment Weekly , Angela is "a host whose beatific face welcomed guests to Westworld for decades.
Storks uses this beatific vision of family planning as a backdrop to parallel journeys of self-discovery for a stork and a teenager.
He covers God in Kant's early and later thought, created freedom, creating freedom: Kant's theological solution, interpreting Kant: three objections, the dancer and the dance: divine action and human freedom, and becoming divine: autonomy and the beatific vision.
Grandma is a delightful comedy drama, which sticks up two fingers to the beatific image of growing old gracefully.
INDIAN democracy would remember the short stout figure of former Lok Sabha Speaker Purno Agitok Sangma as a man who ruled the ' most motley' Lower House with his beatific smile.