Eden

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Synonyms for Eden

any place of complete bliss and delight and peace

a beautiful garden where Adam and Eve were placed at the Creation

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Rather, in the best Edenic tradition, creation and destruction seem to exist in a productive tension.
Unicorn, living in her Edenic forest, is the embodiment of innocence that knows nothing of desires which rule human life.
Civilization became the new fall-from-grace, that sin that moved us out of our previously Edenic state of harmony with Nature and to which we can never fully return.
The exhibition begins at the War's end, with Albert Bierstadt's Looking Down Yosemite Valley, California (1865), a paean to the boundless West and the potential for a purifying national rebirth that its unspoiled Edenic landscape promises.
But the Edenic happiness of their early love is complicated by their new life: Malick uses the metaphor of the man's work, investigating environmental catastrophes, to comment on the way that their love seems to have fallen from grace.
No Edenic or moral Fall for Polkinghorne, but he certainly sees the felicity of an ontological fall into a world of freedom and possibility.
This Edenic portrait is at its most radiant when I spot the first blemish.
The Studio's smaller, parallel gallery, titled "Land of the Outlaw," presented the Caribbean's ambiguity as both Edenic and dangerous.
In the first chapter, Professor Nightingale discusses edenic and resurrected "transhumans.
6) Within Edenic, now considering the internal evidence for a primary language program that was designed, not evolved, gever is a powerful adult male (Job 38:3), while gur is the vulnerable young of animals (Gen.
Described as being "grand," sublime, "picturesque," and accompanied by "a reverential murmur of the waves," its depiction is Edenic.
making a living in such an Edenic setting and furthering the scientific enterprise of understanding our world.
The state that is most vulnerable to the floating miles and miles of three-dimensional oil sludge and chemical dispersants is my home state, Louisiana, which was once an Edenic paradise but long ago became anybody's punch.
My book, Picturing the Land: Narrating Territories in Canadian Landscape Art, 1500-1950, focuses on five concepts of territory that informed tire production of Canadian landscape art over 450 years: nomadic, Arcadian, Edenic, sedentary and universal.
Vasilii Rozanov and the creation; the Edenic vision and the rejection of eschatology.