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1. the smallest whole number and the first cardinal number; unity
2. a numeral (1, I, i, etc.) representing this number
3. Music the numeral 1 used as the lower figure in a time signature to indicate that the beat is measured in semibreves
4. the one (in Neo-Platonic philosophy) the ultimate being
5. the Holy One or the One above God
6. the Evil One Satan; the devil
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Because when one leaves oneself and becomes protagonist of fantasy, fiction, dreams, it is to see the world in a different way.
It is followed by acute selfitis which includes taking photos of oneself at least three times a day and posting them on the social media.
She explains what is really needed to be happy, illustrating the importance of loving the work; getting serious; being true to oneself; putting oneself first; having perspective, time, help, friends, and true grit; living within means to keep options open; taking credit; being the best lawyer possible; and thinking about career transitions.
Marriage is something not to toss oneself desperately into.
In this study we examined the effects of collaborative expression using blocks, focusing on the psychological aspects of social skills, trust in others, and trust in oneself, during the process of the activity.
U) has supported people discovering deep inner peace, aspects of friendliness, respect and gratitude for others as well as for oneself.
He also expressed his belief that cutting oneself from PPP was akin to disassociating oneself from democracy itself.
Conducted by Ursula Beermann, of the University of California, Berkeley, and Willibald Ruch, of the University of Zurich, the study of 67 psychology students showed that the ability to laugh at oneself is linked to good mood, good sense of humor, and a more upbeat personality.
One who is in oneself is called one who is healthy and what are the signs of being in oneself like what I see here, enthusiasm," he said.
indicates that you are starting to become aware of the fact that it is a task (a long process, maybe a lifelong process) to be oneself, and that you will both need to see your freedom, as well as the necessities of your life.
For author retired minister and poet Michael Alan Paull to be human is to accept oneself with all one's imperfections and become sensitive to the stirrings of desire in one's spirit that mark the urge to grow and discover oneself and the world in which one lives.
Still, one continually asks oneself what one has got oneself into: which world, which language, and above all which mode between seriousness and play, euphoria and irony.