In the realest
sense, self-actualized people are more effective people.
You may have heard of that very chic and modern phenomenon FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), but I think the realest
and most terrifying issue of nowadays life is FOPO (Fear Of Post Office) Yep, gone are the days of the local post office we could nip into for one small envelope and a stamp and oooh, while you're there, I've got to pick up that parcel and have you got any Fruitellas?
In the realest
reality of Caroline's life, the events of I and You are a kind of dream that she experiences while in surgery, a dream that she and Anthony are sharing.
Sometimes the one you least suspect comes out fastest and realest
In his Foreword, editor Stephen Mitchell first quotes Robert Frost: "We dance round in a ring and suppose,/ But the Secret sits in the middle and knows" and then says, "This anonymous center--which is called God in Jewish, Christian, and Moslem cultures, and Tao, Self, or Buddha in the great Eastern traditions-is the realest
Almightily attitudinal Bingham announces, ``I think I'm the most realest
celebrity that you'll ever meet,'' then refuses to use the bathtub because she doesn't like its color: ``I was expecting more of what we're accustomed to,'' she simpers.
The venture dovetails neatly with his environmental ideals: "It's recycling in its realest
sense, " he smiles.
Antonia's face is, for Jim, "the closest, realest
face, under all the shadows of women's faces, at the very bottom of my memory" (207).
Art, Gass concludes, is the realest
thing we achieve in "this unrealized life" because it is where, once life's celebration ends, "the celebration goes on.
She is invisible and she is the realest
thing you know.
thing about virtuality may be the hype, yet Chiat-Day--known for innovative work ranging from the Energizer Bunny to the recent NYNEX campaign ("If it's out there, it's in here") to the falling-bungee-jumper Reeboks ad--has taken a remarkable step forward in the last year, opening two "virtual" flagships: an office in Los Angeles designed by Frank Gehry, and now one in New York, designed by Gaetano Pesce.