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Validating this experience is important as trauma survivors learn to cope with the mundaneness of ordinary life experiences.
The problem is that the juxtaposition from youth and vitality to the mundaneness and ordinariness of adult life has the concomitant effect of the text taking on somewhat of a quotidian tone in and of itself.
The interior world of Don Quixote, his ecstasies of the soul as contrasted with the mundaneness of his physical stasis and frustrating relationship with Sancho, progresses along the lines of Pickpocket [1959] to arrive at a privileged moment of rapture.
The presence of this lady"--my father bows to Madame Clara, who occupied the command post in the cafe, holding on to the handle of the beer pump as if it were the helm of a ship that lifts the foam of the waves--the presence of this lady, as I said, forces me to refrain from spitting this wine into the face of your suspicions, from disrupting this marketplace atmosphere and the distrustful mundaneness by which you debase everything that is sublime.
From how much they weigh to where they have their legs waxed, we are obsessed with emulating the day-to-day mundaneness of the latest stars in the ever changing firmament.
After I interviewed that woman, it haunted me: her way of telling it, the mundaneness of the fact, the ordinariness of the woman who had one bad experience and then never had sex for the rest of her life.
It's pitched at a young audience but the mundaneness might turn other people off.
What she reveals are the private moments particular to these women's lives and the endearing mundaneness against which we all live our lives: a neatly made bed, windows darkening against the evening, a playful handwritten note, a quiet moment of togetherness.
He has been criticised for not being thorough or academic enough in support of his assertions; for relying too much on his charisma as a performer and on his power of presentation and for `dumbing' management down to a level of mundaneness and banality.