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In general, securely attached people's positive attitude toward life assists them to transcend the fear of death through developing a sense of "symbolic immortality," that is, a personal sense of continuity and lastingness.
It becomes his task to preserve the balance between the experienced lastingness and the theophanic events in such a manner that the paradox becomes intelligible as the very structure of existence itself.
Sethe had warned Denver about the lastingness of pictures and places, about the possibility that one moment cart catch up with another: "The picture is still there and what's more, if you go there--you who never was there--if you go there and stand in the place where it was, it will happen again.
Innovation was the key trend in 2009, especially in terms of fragrances and the lastingness of the insecticide products.