aloneness


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the quality or state of being alone

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Expanding the notion of aloneness beyond the literal and geographic, the authors consider the portrayal of characters who are 'isolated' in multiple ways: as a result of ethnic, sexual or gender differences, or by choice and temperament, or by social dictate and compulsion.
The two things immediately striking about Zareh's character, long before you know anything about her situation, are the serious reserve of her mien and her aloneness -- penned-in by the stationary framing and washed-out palette of cinematographer Arastoo Givi.
Using qualitative analysis of data gathered from five student focus groups, themes related to the affective domain in online learning were identified: aloneness, anonymity, nonverbal communication, trepidations, and unknowns.
An intricately structured, imaginative, epistemological, and wildly eventful tale of illusion and longing, Luminarium fizzes with ideas, social concerns and metaphoric splendor in its exploration of doubling--in the twin towers, the two halves of the brain, mind and body, fact and belief, good and evil, life and death, aloneness and communion.
A softy poet," is how the likeable artist describes himself; the romance, sense of aloneness (not necessarily loneliness) in his work captured in spells of solitude.
Fie is at home with phantoms; aloneness is his longtime friend.
In between life and death, George talked about motivation, setting goals, running for the mind, the true meaning of racing, happiness, sadness, love, aloneness, relationships, the mind and healthy aging, and being healthy.
As emotional intimacy develops, you're no longer connected to your partner," the New York Daily News quoted Lauren Mackler, relationship expert and author of 'Solemate: Master the Art of Aloneness and Tranform Your life.
He is able to show that the concept of "divine aloneness," a feature of the Amarna period, is already present here.
First, experience teaches me that all the suicides I have studied have been committed in aloneness.
We all look at loneliness as being something unbearable because most of don't like it, but it'snot impossible to imagine some people quite like it, and just see it as aloneness, and preferable to being in a loving relationship.
They say that on the road back to your ancient home, Aloneness becomes Oneness with the real Thou.
A man who loves his aloneness is happy with himself and is capable of love.
In a typical poem like "It's Cold in Big Houses," Hauge does not shy away from his aloneness.
The role of the rural nurse embodies elements of vulnerability, aloneness, self doubt and continual questions around ethical, professional and personal boundaries.