Kir explained that the decision of his deputy was unconstitutional and does not consider it valid because the official was purportedly acting on the influence of the governor Bol Ruach Rom.
for spirit is ruach, which also means the breath of God.
Eighteen-year-old Dinai But But Ruach fled his native South Sudan for neighbouring Ethiopia in 2017.
In addition to experiential and educational programming, the convention is a celebration of the culmination of the year, fueled by the ruach (spirit) of the USY-ers.
having burned on molten pitch, beheld the billowing light of hell and burrowed still having opened against the rock felt fresh that cleaving separation of the body from the body, having muddied the ground with your blood and thought maybe he could be made flesh anew, having called for ruach and learned there is no life begun down here.
Among Sacred Springs' programs is the Sacred Circle of Spirituality and Sustainability that aims to deepen the students' 'experience of God who suffuses, sacralizes, sensitizes and sustains nature.' The experience should enable participants to grow 'in the sacred web of interdependent interrelations with the Divine Creative Spirit (Ruach Elohim), self, neighbor, the poor and creation.' Figure that out.
Here: Wild Dove as Spirit-Guide, claiming the prophet-to-be as "familiar." Jesus will ever after assert, when queried about the Power by which he engages the Spirit-Wars, that it is this bird, the Ruach HaKodesh ("Sacred Wind" appearing in avian-bodily-form as "Holy Spirit"), who is his consort and potency (Mk 6:14-15; Davies, 94; Perkinson, 2013, 83, 172-8).
In America, the arrival of Ruach retreats in the 1980s integrated a more observant following, where Reb Shlomo was the centerpiece, with Orthodox teachers surrounding him with their traditional discourses and contemporary interpretations.
mistranslates the word "ruach," which is "the fierce
(8) Borges here refers to the Hebrew word for spirit, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Romanized as ruach or, sometimes, ruah.
Section 4 brings Selected Poems to a close with "Ruach," a poem written by Mills in anticipation of death, its one-word title being Hebrew for spirit, mind, breath, wind, and God.