The state of being alive; exuberance, intensity.(noun)
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Use "aliveness" in a sentence
"The sense of being fully alive is born of this vividness, and when a person has everything he expects to get in life, and cannot change anything lest the whole structure collapse, the kind of aliveness which is generated from within dies and his apparently perfect world becomes a nightmare."
"I made the point that my passion and The Eldering Institute® is about transforming our culture's view of aging and teaching people that we can change how we relate to the future -- and, as a consequence, we can have more choices, more possibility and more 'aliveness' than what most people can expect as they grow older."
"As a commenter on this blog pointed out, the sculpture has an "aliveness" to it..."