holy, sacred, pure, saintly, chaste, consecrated
holy, sacred, sanctified, sacrosanct
sacred, holy, hieratic, sanctified, sainted, saintlike
magic, sacred, magical, holy, fairy
whacky, sacred, wacky
berkenaan dgn agama
damned, cursed, accursed, darned, condemned, sacred
- In my spiritual community of Bayit Chadash in the hills around Israel’s Sea of Galilee, we are committed to reclaiming the spark of sacred paganism.
- For instance, the sacred texts of many religions offer compelling narratives which, at their best, can promote ethical reflection and a sense of shared experience.
- Vases with flowers, candles, books of sacred texts, and a crucifix are also positioned on the altar.
- Mouridism links all secular and sacred activities.
- Cows are regarded as sacred animals in my religion.
- In every religion or ideology radicalization of sacred texts has long existed.
- The sacred and secular stories of South Asian music propel it along the path of diaspora.
- However, if life is seen as something valuable and sacred , to destroy an embryo is unethical and morally wrong.
- It seemed to fit comfortably within its surroundings, which included numerous sacred and secular objects.
- A rare ritual burial of four horses has been discovered in an area experts regard as a sacred landscape surrounding one of the most important prehistoric sites in the North of England.
- The ‘Enlightenment’ is a powerful myth about origins, much like the stories in the Bible and other sacred texts.
- The museum itself has been designed to merge with the local architecture and contains artifacts that are both sacred and secular.
- I read in my book that in ancient Greece ivy was sacred to Dionysus, the Olympian vintner who was one of the gods.
- As said above, human and animal life is regarded as sacred .
- They took place in the context of a gift economy linking the sacred to the profane through debt and obligation, not yet monetary and market-oriented.
- When the evangelisation of Ireland began in the fifth century St. Patrick and his contemporaries pragmatically accepted the indigenous respect for sacred wells.
- In going to Lisieux recently, I fulfilled a desire (long and vaguely felt) to visit the home of a saint sacred to my family.
- The pilgrimage journey is the umbilical cord which connects them with a sacred place, and making the journey is a means of bodily enacting their spiritual identity.
- Sumacs are regarded as sacred trees by the North American Indians, who make medicines from many parts of the plant.
- My father never, ever went to Duranbah cemetery so there’s nothing of him there, but this is where he died and it’s pretty sacred to our family.
- The Hindu marriage is solemnised before the sacred fire.
- The heron is sacred to the Muses and is related to priesthood.
- I’m absolutely sure about that and it’s in all the literature in the ancient, sacred writings of all religions.
- The most sacred text of the religion, and the most authoritative text of the culture, was the Koran.
- Their contact with the outside world is limited to the annual festivals to which the public is invited, and the reading of sacred texts at funerals.
- Women are widely regarded as sacred throughout Native America.
- Many people report that they benefit from reading poems or sacred texts silently or aloud, and taking a few moments to quietly reflect on the meaning that the words bring to mind.
- Burying rites mark the beginnings of all sacred rites, as burying places mark special rights to the land: the civilizing influence of the dead.
- These lingams come only from the Narmada River, high in the mountains of Mandhata, one of the 7 sacred holy places of pilgrimage in India.
- One of the things I dislike very much is when they begin to tear down that which is sacred to others.