from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The state or quality of being being; existence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Actual existence; entity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state or fact of existing
It takes a little education, individual and collective practices, and aligning the culture, the "beingness," of the organization to support self-care.
Tibetan Buddhism has a "resonance and a sense of mystery," says Gere, through which you can find "beingness" (whatever that means).
It takes a little education, individual and collective practices, and aligning the culture, the "beingness"
My hoop felt like a magical portal into an enlightened plane of beingness, oneness.
The ground of the ground, the beingness of your being.
Pulling the thread reveals the capacity as a conscious human being to recognize that the beingness in human being is conscious and free.
Our idea of peace is not just external peace, but peace in being with oneself -- utter freedom, the freedom of beingness.
We'd seen three or four of JT's confessionals over the hour, in each of which JT expressed his undying faith in Bulbous's loyalty and gratitude to him, and Darth Baggins's trustworthiness and general fine human beingness.
As good as skype or Facebook are to stay in touch with others, there is absolutely no substitute for spending time face to face, being with a group of friends, making contact in person, sharing a hug, gathering the subtle nuances of human beingness that simply do not communicate electronically.
Introspect deeply and continuously, and see if you can't, recognize the unbreakable and untouchable original nature of beingness that exists within, beyond false endurance or even resilience.
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