219 examples of Acknowledging in a sentence
Now the first step in solving any problem is
the reality of the situation you're in.
that God is unknown and unknowable by definition.
So she expresses here what it's like to see someone halfway across the world having taken your idea, built upon it and then
you for contributing.
PV: It's not just knowing that interracial marriages like Shermaine and Paul in DC exist, it's
that our society has been programmed for them to fail.
I don't like to acknowledge a problem without also
those who work to fix it, so just wanted to acknowledge shows like "Mad Men," movies like "Bridesmaids," whose female characters or protagonists are complex, multifaceted.
It just means that I'm
the humanity of someone who was raised to think very differently from me.
If there's a takeaway to this talk, I hope it's that we all feel more comfortable
the power of image in our perceived successes and our perceived failures.
So maybe we need a narrative for
the end, and for saying goodbye, and maybe our new story will be about a hero's fight, and a hero's goodbye.
These organizations service, recruit from, and operate within our communities, so necessarily, they are much more integrated within them than we are comfortable
And the good news about this is that we can change this by
We think about "thank you for your service," and people say, "So what does 'thank you for your service' mean to you?" Well, "Thank you for your service" means to me, it means
our stories, asking us who we are, understanding the strength that so many people, so many people who we serve with, have, and why that service means so much.
"Thank you for your service" means
the fact that just because we've now come home and we've taken off the uniform does not mean our larger service to this country is somehow over.
So now, I'd like to challenge you to start looking at and
the catadores and other invisible superheroes from your city.
So what we're doing here is identifying and
that a bias exists.
We go from
our imperfections to accountability, or walking the walk, and being a little bit brave.
For example, the 2006 electoral victory of the Palestinian Hamas cannot be understood without
the group's social work.
it, it also means that we care for the community's health and for their resiliency as well.
I found that thanking people, sharing credit, listening attentively, humbly asking questions,
others and smiling has an impact.
Thinking that you know your lover or your enemy can be more treacherous than
you'll never know them.
this emotional connection to robots can also help us anticipate challenges as these devices move into more intimate areas of people's lives.
Ever since then, every court case, educational policy, reform, has been an attempt to retrofit the design, rather than just stopping and acknowledging: we've had it all wrong from the beginning.
You'll learn techniques if you start by acknowledging, if you start by saying, "You know, we don't agree on a lot, but one thing I really respect about you, Uncle Bob," or "... about you conservatives, is ... " And you can find something.
I still make lots of stupid mistakes, but I'm incredibly good at apologizing now, and at
what somebody was right about.
that the past is worth saving means so much more.
I'm going to tell you why: because they focus on weight loss or looking good in skinny jeans without
the trauma that Black women hold in our bellies and bones, that has been embedded in our very DNA.
Maybe becoming a woman means accepting ourselves for who we really are and
the same in each other.
The reason why I mention this is, we're always good in
past progress and the benefit of it, like our iPhones or our planes or electricity or medical supply.
that he had a really comfortable life, he admitted that under different circumstances, he might have chosen a different path.
Many schools are doing what they can to fill in the gaps, starting with
that the work that we do is downright hard.
By not treating the wholeness of a person, by not
their potency, we are creating another ill on top of whatever natural struggle they might have.