carefreeness


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Synonyms for carefreeness

the cheerful feeling you have when nothing is troubling you

the trait of being without worry or responsibility

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At the end of last year, a few weeks before Christmas, Magdalena Kozena gave an interview in Berlin to the journal Harmonie in which she talked about anniversaries (in May she will be celebrating her 40th birthday), taking stock and what the future holds, about her vocation (which she considers beautiful and enjoyable), as well as about the growing burden of demands and expectations as opposed to the erstwhile carefreeness.
It is in part the traditional Venus Mountain, Browning's land of joy, evoking a Dionysian state of intoxication and carefreeness, but this terrain also resembles the Greek notion of lethe.
He wavers between heartlessness and sentimentality, carefreeness and gravity, sensitivity and ruthlessness, disinclination toward and dependency on people.
29) He equates Shu Lien's 'conventional wisdom' with Elinor's sense, and Jen's wild carefreeness with Marianne's sensibilities.
By the same token, when market research identifies "emotional" benefits for a product such as control, freedom, and carefreeness, not much is gained if the motivational and psychodynamic background of a product is not understood.
As in Being and Time, care (das Besorgnis) is identified as life's relational sense, which manifests four categorical directions: inclination, a pull toward something (world); distance, or rather, the tendency to abolish the distance between itself and the things which stand before it; sequestration, wherein life avoids itself, looking away from itself, attempting to escape its worriedness about itself; and the "easy," where life seeks to lose itself in mundane difficulties and/or carefreeness.
They reflect a taste for qualities not immediately associated with James, an excited liking for high camp, Verdian stage-lit scenes of sailors and brigands, crowds of men who embody Mediterranean carefreeness quite foreign to the observer's solitary introspection, 'magnificently sunburnt [.
In them could be found, according to Levi-Strauss, tremendous gentleness, profound carefreeness, and a naive and charming animal satisfaction.