"To find you, Hekat," he said at last, looking outwards.
The soldiers were looking outwards through the fence, not inwards.
Looking outwards (to God certainly, but therefore and necessarily to other people) seemed to him essential to the health of the soul.
The concern is with taking a wider perspective, looking outwards rather than inwards.
But he was looking outwards, to the wind-driven snow and the darkness.
It presents man behind bars, but who looks outwards with the hope of rejoining the free community.
I mean," said Mary, "they are the kind that look outwards and get interested in the world.
"Time is on your side," my mother would say wearily, looking outwards, as if towards a hidden wall beyond immediate seeing.
At the same time, however, it is by looking outwards that these countries will help themselves to integrate more effectively into the global trade system.
Tonight, we look outwards, and pray for God's work in other parts of the world.