Then you take refuge and say, in a tone of deep profundity, it is a sacred mystery there are questions that must not be asked, and answers that must not be acknowledged, to defend the lie thus unanswerability comes to be associated with sacredness and the price of shielding yourself from criticism is. Greengrass is most effective in how he injects the mundane with profundity as the four terrorists, all distinctly different and separate characters, prepare in their hotel room with various levels of conviction and dread, the day to day operations of an airline's preparation for a flight now looks like the construction of a missile. There are quite a few contemporary poets who find profundity in the mundane, breakdown barriers between high and low culture, and aren't afraid to explore the taboo if you hang around me long enough, you're bound to hear about morgan parker, melissa broder, franny choi, danez smith, eve ewing,. Cries, gagged laughter, thunderous unheard sighs, the splintering profundity of their unspoken words resound silently throughout each gallery within this fictional museum the artists in each of the exhibits mold and twist, conjure, proclaim, contort and extract a story from objects mundane and sublime.
Seem like “woo-woo nonsense”),” conventionally profound statements (“a wet person does not fear rain”) and mundane statements (“newborn babies require constant attention”) support the researcher's initial finding: buying into the profundity of bullshit in particular seems linked to lower cognitive ability. I am reminded of the simple profundity of paying attention this jolt of realization —that we must pay we must observe the glory that is present in the mundane, and both the exhilarating and the devastating without indulging in the desire to rush in and make a change while the truth found in pure observation may leave us. The interplaying qualities of nostalgia, poignancy and beauty create a sense of profundity, conveying the transformation of the mundane into works of art contrasting this work is romuald hazoumé's use of basic 'jerry cans' to suggest the economic exploitation of west african cities by first-world countries hazoumé delves.
And what that means is that profundity itself cannot be experienced: you, life, are already profound because who you are includes everything and everyone that is perceived and experienced, no matter how painful or pleasurable, no matter how beautiful or ugly, no matter how mundane or exhilarating. Top definition deep thinkerunknown a person with profound thoughts one who thinks beyond what is obvious she is such a deep thinker that's why she hardly has time for mundane concerns #intellectual#deep#profound#profundity#thinker by sonnetshaven august 09, 2011 25 6 get the mug get a deep thinker mug. That is just one of many moments in the latest film from director and co-writer m night shyamalan that attempts profundity, but ends up mundane much has been made about the film's philosophical resemblance to a scientology recruitment meeting i can't vouch for what it is or isn't in that context, but what i. It's such a distinctly human work of art that connects with charlie kaufman's signature of profundity masquerading as the mundane performances from david thewlis, jennifer jason leigh and tom noonan resonate as more than typical voice work the humor, the drama, the emotion — it simply doesn't.
He touches the flaw silently, its wrongness attaining a value that no perfect fixture could achieve only a kavanagh could discern such profundity from something so mundane “my god, the memories, the memories,” he says in a crackling, erudite voice, still tinged with inniskeen vowels as broad as a field. The premise might recall something as light as “grosse pointe blank,” in which john cusack horsed around as a cutie-pie assassin, and indeed “barry” does get good comedic mileage from juxtaposing the exotica of the contract-killer life style with the mundane flavor of the straight world (a text message.
The author finds profundity in the mundane in this story of two shoemakers.
His lyricism reflects the observation and eloquence of a very english sort of poetry, seeing the depth in the shallows of life, the profundity in the mundane all accepted with a matter-of-factness that is reflected in the driving impetus in every song, whether slow or fast or groovy accompanied by friends, the members of the. They also included mundane statements that had clear meaning but wouldn't be considered “profound” (eg, “most people enjoy some sort of music”) they then compared the correlations they found before they found that those more receptive to bullshit are “less reflective, lower in cognitive ability (ie. Seeking profundity in the mundane and the divine in the details.
Define profundity: intellectual depth something profound or abstruse the quality or state of being profound or deep — profundity in a sentence. Carrie newcomer appears on mountain stage, recorded live on the campus of the north house folk school in grand marais, minn raised in small-town indiana, newcomer specializes in capturing what mountain stage host larry groce calls the profundity of the mundane — the ability to seek life's most. And then the hands pull apart into a more contrapuntal texture as the vocal part continues to intensify the words reshuffle and recycle over the course of the piece, folding the mundane details of daily life into something more profound, or perhaps discovering profundity in the seemingly mundane” – andrea mazzariello.