Define frantic

“Gugu” is short for “Gugulethu,” which is Zulu for “Our Pride,” and if, as some Jungian analysts believe, destiny and identity are kerneled in one’s name, well, here you go—what more proof is needed? Pride defines the aura of her performances, an observant bearing that occupies its own quiet place, even in the frantic thick of a phantasmagoria such as the Wachowskis’ Jupiter Ascending. Born in Oxford, England, a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Mbatha-Raw began her climb on…

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"What geomancy reads what the wind blown sand writes on the desert rock? I read there that all things live by a generous power, and dance to a mighty tune, or else I read that all things are scattered and hurled, and that our every arabesque and grand jete is but a frantic variation on our one free fall."--Annie Dillard, from Pilgrim at Tinker Creek

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'Rising Damp' (1974 - 1978) starred Leonard Rossiter as Rupert Rigsby, Frances dé la Tour as Miss Ruth Jones, Don Warrington as Philip Smith, and Richard Beckinsale as Alan Guy Moore.

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Will saying yes to this require me to live in a frantic way? It is time for this to become my heart felt question to myself. I am ready. Stop Hustling and Get Your Life Back

Every day we are INUNDATED with the world's view of beauty. What a refreshing read on God's standard of beauty. "Perhaps in the frantic attempt to repair our badly broken standards of beauty, we’ll finally succeed in accurately identifying the problem. That being: The only one who has the right to define beauty is the God who created it."

While it is vital we recognize Jesus’ perfect humanity; that His humanity is coupled with absolute deity defines the uniqueness of the Incarnation.

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