While he was in a coma for seven days, his consciousness entered a series of transcendent realms.
A Europe which is no longer open to the transcendent dimension of life is a Europe which risks slowly losing its own soul.
They saw it as behaving dreadfully or behaving with transcendent virtue.
“There was some transcendent importance that it gave to life,” she said.
A few laughs are to be had, but none especially memorable or transcendent.
Henceforward she associated with various friends, who sought her because of her transcendent charms.
transcendent must he be, rising above all limits, even the limit of life and death.
It is the problem of the possibility of transcendent metaphysics.
The poorest of it is not without some flavor of life, and at its best it is transcendent.
There, perforce, we must arrest our progress, lost in transcendent wonder.