This is not always in the literal sense of returning to a place of origin, but can be understood more symbolically in the idea of finding acceptance, legitimacy, or contentedness
, which marginalised people are routinely denied.
Alertness and contentedness
improved significantly within the pycnogenol group and levels of anxiety decreased by 17%.
Of course, well-being and contentedness
mean different things to different people and are measured in a variety of ways.
possessed a significant relationship with 1,8-cineole levels, and interestingly to some of the cognitive performance outcomes, leading to the intriguing proposal that positive mood can improve performance whereas aroused mood cannot," said Moss.
Whereas for Wilber, expanded consciousness evokes contentedness
, seamlessness and unity, for the aforementioned existential-spiritual thinkers it connotes a wild and wondrous trek.
It is an example of Ugandans' contentedness
These 13 Chinese cultural Values included adaptability, being conservative, contentedness
, courtesy, harmony with others, patience, protecting face, prudence, reciprocity, respect for tradition, thrift, tolerance of others and trustworthiness.
Children who spend more than 10 hours a day using media scored significantly lower on a contentedness
index than other children.
Fascism praised a small-minded philosophy of contentedness
that found an expression in Mille lire al mese ("One Thousand Lira a Month"): "If I could have / 1,000 lira a month, / I would certainly find all happiness.
of the people, a people undefined but for
We got to hear a life happen in all its imperfection and misery and elation and contentedness
, and realize again that the great thing about life is not that the future is predictableit's that you have absolutely no idea what will happen.
It deeply saddens me after living on or around the Gulf my whole life, making a living from it, and experiencing the serenity and contentedness
it has always brought to me," he said.
31) However, asked to "behold a map" of Wordsworth's "[c]ollegiate life" (203), readers note a passage that is bound by the word-axes of "time" (190) and "place" (207) and that lists cliches of poetic melancholy--a taste for pathetic landscapes and an internal weather mixing contentedness
with chosen gloom.
You can almost hear him stretch with contentedness
Of late, we have seen the publication of a number of these cream-colored, one-idea books that exude the same sort of clever contentedness