timelessness


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RI: Timelessness or transcendence--those are marvelous ideas, but in my mind they're pure abstractions.
There's a timelessness to The Twilight Zone, which at its best moment the stage version manages to recreate, and therein lies its raison d'etre.
The drawings of these butterfly souls show the perpetual search for happiness in places of timelessness.
Blancaflor has specially designed breathtaking floral art pieces that reflect his signature style, understated elegance, timelessness and love for fresh florals.
It's human nature to want timelessness and sometimes even take it for granted.
The author covers time and timelessness in the works of Alberto Giacometti, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Louise Bourgeoise; creativity and the oceanic experience in the work of Paul Klee; painting trauma and history in the work of Dina Gottliebova Babbitt, and a variety of other related subjects.