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Upādāna is a Sanskrit and Pali word that means "fuel, material cause, substrate that is the source and means for keeping an active process energized". It is also an important Buddhist concept referring to "attachment, clinging, grasping". It is considered to be the result of taṇhā (craving), and is part of the dukkha (dissatisfaction, suffering, pain) doctrine in Buddhism.
The numerical value of clinging in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of clinging in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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Family love is messy, clinging, and of an annoying and repetitive pattern, like bad wallpaper.
I just said to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, ‘ Look, it’s just when you go now, and it’s how you go, you can go with some dignity or you can be forced out like Donald Trump, clinging to power and pretending Donald Trump’s won the election when Donald Trump’s lost. ’’ Weeks earlier British Prime Minister Boris Johnson narrowly survived a no-confidence vote from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson own Conservative party. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP.
You have full constitutional right to vote on the question of dismissing Ukraine's cabinet. Put it to the vote. I'll accept the decision of the Ukrainian parliament. I'm not clinging to this chair.
The old oligarch system is still clinging to life, and corruption is its life support, ukraine must continue to pursue economic reforms in line with European standards and fully empower all of its anti-corruption institutions.
This is rancor and politics as usual, it flies in the face of democratic institutions and the checks and balances that are intended to prevent power-hungry politicians from clinging to control when they do not get their way.
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