The question is this: If it does not have a higher meaning, is our existence here completely meaningless?
He noted that even now university students in Liberia “continue to mock and deny the existence of Ebola.”
For 50 years, scientists had predicted the existence of the particle we now know as Higgs boson, which gives mass to matter.
And, in the process, the Chief Rabbinate has shown yet again that there is no legitimate reason for its own existence.
In other words, the existence of a Jewish Diaspora is predicated on a time when Jews lived in a single place.
Hope is perhaps inseparable from the existence of the passion of love.
He knew of the existence, but nothing of the real powers of the Ithuriel.
This matter is no longer the source of an additional form of existence.
The size of the groups is determined by the conditions of the struggle for existence.
It is never too late to prove God's existence if the world is created.
late 14c., "reality," from Old French existence, from Medieval Latin existentia/exsistentia, from existentem/exsistentem (nominative existens/exsistens) "existent," present participle of Latin existere/exsistere "stand forth, appear," and, as a secondary meaning, "exist, be;" from ex- "forth" (see ex-) + sistere "cause to stand" (see assist).