When you'd land a trick and really compress, your dreads
would kind of sweep the ground, right?
So, searching in the book for meaning about how Existential Analysis deals with death dread
, I gleaned that there are five principles why this Existential psychoanalyst thinks people are anxious about death.
The proliferation of forms of dread
in this study occasionally dilutes the principal concept: apocalyptic dread
Chaplin lays out her rather convoluted theoretical groundwork in her opening chapter, 'Sublime Bodies and Bodies of Law' where she postulates an equation between dread
Laugh not at any knight who has the courage to face the dread
dragon Lightning," he said.
Boss Sounds presents Mikey Dread
and Band on Saturday to finish off a Jumpin' Hot Club weekend to remember.
My personal dread
derived from the obvious fact that it's not only the software writers and computer geeks who get empowered to collaborate on work in a flat world.
While acting on stage in New York, Daniel suddenly experiences what every actor dreads
Chemical, Biological and Nuclear are awaited with dread
in every major world capital, and pundits openly wonder why the other terrorist shoe has not yet dropped.
What differentiates musicians who thrive on performance from those who dread
it and suffer the disabling effects of severe performance anxiety?
It is a dread
, one might argue, stemming from wrestling against efforts to deny self-transcendence.
SAD involves really intense feelings of worry, fear and dread
when it comes to interacting with other people.
Martin Amis, Koba The Dread
/ Laughter and the Twenty Million, Talk Miramax Books, Nueva York, 2002, 306 pp.
He's distilled a good deal of the horror he has encountered in the works of Robert Conquest, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, and the many other historians of, and witnesses to, utter dread
Some accountants dread
preparing a written report or letter as much as their clients dread