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- n. The characteristic of being blissful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being blissful; exalted happiness; supreme felicity; fullness of joy.
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- n. a state of extreme happiness
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I'd always been peaceful and happy, that was not an issue, but here I was drenched in a completely different kind of blissfulness; every cell in my body bursting with ecstasy.
The spiritual process essentially focuses on bringing peacefulness and blissfulness to an individual human being.
Purple was his favorite color, and twilight was his favorite time of day; both filled him with a deep sense of blissfulness.
Actually, only when a human being is in extended periods of joyfulness and blissfulness will he stretch himself to the limits and do what he can do to the fullest.
Talk about the perfect job for someone who recently got laid off or is so depressed about the state of affairs in the world that she only enjoys the blissfulness of sleep.
The phrasing is remarkable in its lack of overt proselytizing intent: Gerald enters into a mixed marriage, which, thanks to its apparent blissfulness, provides the context in which already-extant "convictions" can be put into play.
It might be even more humiliating to them to deny them their wishes and keep them alive, so that they grow old in prison having never learned the blissfulness of achieving “martyrdom”.
If I was near to super-blissfulness-enlightenment I probably would not do anything anymore.
I totally get the magic and love the thought of you as a little girl playing amongst all of that blissfulness:
While appealing to the blissfulness of ignorance is tempting, it is also like those who purposely stay ignorant in order to believe what they want to believe.