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“This aims at profoundity and instead launches itself into babbling gibberish.”
“Called Thought-Free Wakefulness, it offers the profoundity and clarity of two great Tibetan meditation traditions, Dzogchen and Mahamudra.”
“The absolute profoundity of the following statement is staggering.”
“I work hard to find and express the beauty and the profoundity in the mundane.”
“I fear that women who have grown old are more sceptical in the secret recesses of their hearts than any of the men; they believe in the superficiality of existence as in its essence, and all virtue and profoundity is to them only the disguising of thie truth, the very desireable disguising of a pudendum - an affair, therefore, of decency and modesty, and nothing more.”
“We were impressed by the cadres that are emerging in the Cuban women's movement, the mental alertness, the profoundity, self-assurance, and leadership reflected by the delegates to this congress.”
“Rather, his scruples deepened with his desires; and he could satisfy his most exorbitant ambitions in a profoundity of self-abasement.”
“Standing with difficulty on the foundered soil, enclosed in their bemired garb, laid out in strange upright coffins of mud, raising their huge simplicity out of the earth's depths -- a profoundity like that of ignorance -- they move and cry out, with their gaze, their arms and their fists extended towards the sky whence fall daylight and storm.”
“The very profoundity of nature's peace suddenly showed him to himself.”
“Englishman would approve of all he said and admire the profoundity of genius that had enabled a Frenchman to discover all these advantages.”
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