aliveness aliveness


  1. (n) the condition of living or the state of being alive
  2. (n) the property of being animated; having animal life as distinguished from plant life



  1. coroner's ruling that death of was a homicide conflicts drastically with report of the supersecret still aliveness of.
  2. His figures had none of the hovering aliveness of Epstein's Lucifer, nor did they seem to think and gesture as some 15th-Century German cathedral carvings do.
  3. But his book has a human aliveness very rare in the social sciences.


  • Spring Is Blossoming -- Are You?

    With the spring in full swing here, I realize that nature has such wisdom to share with us as leaders if we let it. As I watch the bursting forth of the young bright green leaves on the trees, hear the symphony of the birds chirping, feel the drizzle of the rain on my face, there is a “coming to aliveness” that I feel in spring. Within this aliveness there is a palpable energy of possibility ...
    on April 16, 2014     Source: Forbes


  1. "There was a real feeling of aliveness in the rehearsal room while we were writing this record, very much a feeling of being vital," Sanders confirmed. "If you listen closely, you'll hear the band twisting riffs into different time...
    on Aug 16, 2007 By: Karl Sanders Source: Nashua Telegraph

  2. "Enthusiasm knows where it is going," writes Tolle, "but at the same time, it is deeply at one with the present moment, the source of its aliveness, its joy and its power. Enthusiasm 'wants' nothing because it lacks nothing."
    on Jun 19, 2010 By: Eckhart Tolle Source: Technorati (blog)

  3. "There will be no word police in the Kerry campaign," said Oakland Mayor Jerry Brown. "We like moments of aliveness and unscriptedness."
    on Jul 27, 2004 By: Jerry Brown Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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