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Lest we forget, Bouazizi was an ordinary man who wished to give meaning to his life, but who confronted meaninglessness, which reduced everything and everyone in size.
Consequences of such failure include a sense of meaninglessness or estrangement, loss of power in relation to self and world, and subjugation to the products of one's own activity.
I wish to encourage others in their ministry among seniors, assuring them that the Spirit of the Crucified One can transform their and our own anxiety and meaninglessness into hope.
Notwithstanding Hungerford's claims, mystery cannot be so easily elided into meaninglessness.
Similarly the Gospel claim is that because of Jesus' death and resurrection, we too as members of his body, are rescued from sin, despair, meaninglessness, disaster, and death.
Teaching the Meaning and Meaninglessness of Life Via the Liberal Arts.
Louis Bird, Omushkego Cree elder We live stories that either give our life meaning or negate it with meaninglessness.
Sources of existential anxiety include death or nonbeing, the need to act, meaninglessness, and isolation or aloneness.
The science and evidence underlines the futility and meaninglessness of animal models in human medical research in the milieu of 21st-century technology.
and his desire for meaning, in a society that promotes meaninglessness.
Yet all the filmic apparatus it mobilizes are made to swirl about an existential drama of meaninglessness -- the sort of story usually told with far more modest means.
Jaclene Zauszniewski's Depression Cognition Scale (DCS) asks individuals to respond to questions about helplessness, hopelessness, purposelessness, worthlessness, powerlessness, loneliness, emptiness and meaninglessness using a scale that ranges from "strongly agree" to "strongly disagree.