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religious

1. Christianity of or relating to a way of life dedicated to religion by the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, and defined by a monastic rule
2. Christianity a member of an order or congregation living by such a rule; a monk, friar, or nun
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However, religiousness or spirituality at the time of impending death are tacitly expressed through various euphemisms.
Kierkegaard wrote much more, and it is in this "pseudonymous authorship" he resolutely moves towards revealing and cultivating the hidden inner sense of religiousness, and gives us something that the religious scholarly theory lacked.
Religiousness represents the manner in which the individual experience of the transcendent being is modelled by and expressed through the community or through social organizations.
This appellation, far from being eisegetical, is based on an observation and recognition of the existence of religiousness in the various aspects of life for the Black African, be it in their religion, economic and legal practices as well as social, moral and ethical considerations.
In another meta-analysis or review of scientific literature published in 2008, researchers analyzed 115 articles to determine the relationship between religiousness or spirituality and adolescent substance abuse, anxiety, depression, delinquency and suicidality (serious thoughts about taking one's own life).
He said Ashfaq Majeed Wani was a symbol of courage, fearlessness, religiousness, passion and resistance against the false and injustice.
In recent decades, the possible relationships between social support, religiousness and depression have earned the attention of the scientific community with evidence that in both respects, the effect is beneficial, especially among the elderly (1-4).
Pope Tawadros delivers speech during the International Conference in Support of Jerusalem that kicked off on Wednesday- TV screenshot CAIRO -- 17 January 2018: "We refuse violence, coercion and religiousness of Arab Palestinian conflict.
Russian-speaking respondents chose self-confidence, creativity, and politeness less frequently, and independence, determination, trustworthiness, and religiousness more frequently than ethnic Estonians.
Since the ruling party AKP's rise to power, the Turkish government has also been advancing in the north though a systematic policy of empowering religiousness in the daily life of Turkish Cypriots, "a practice, which obtrudes on their distinct cultural and secular identity," the letter said.
Furthermore, religiousness may strengthen a person's willingness to forgive, in line with the Catholic tradition.
There are two types of religiousness regarding its motives: internal (associated with full commitment and dedication) and external (associated with satisfying other needs) [1,2].