Positive Perspectives Series on Awe
The purpose of the Positive Perspectives Series in the twenty-first century is to focus on positive perspectives on awe and some of the synonyms or related words of awe without attempting to prove or disprove that “awe and fear” experiences more than five-hundred years ago still exist in the twenty-first century.
What is “awe” anyway? If you look up dictionary definitions, you can come across many words to explain astonishing and wonderful experiences of awe. You can also read in some dictionaries about very negative experiences of the word “awe” that began in English more than five-hundred years ago. Although some dictionaries still treat “awe” and “fear” as synonyms, in reality, the definitions of “awe” have changed significantly in five-hundred years.
In addition, the Positive Perspective Series on awe refers to various meanings of awe without any positive or negative theological references to God. Rather, the focus is on how you think and feel about your own perspectives on your own life.
Ask yourself if you have experienced positive awe. Have you ever been somewhere, seen, or heard something that made you stop in your tracks? Have you tasted or smelled something that was so astonishing that you couldn’t move forward? If you remember these times, were they were so stunning that you couldn’t forget them? When you experienced those extraordinary moments, you were enjoying the wonderful experience of awe.
Positive Perspectives on Awe and Analysis
Positive Perspectives on Awe and Analysis take you through more of the journey of experiencing positive perspectives awe in new ways. This particular journey of positive perspectives on awe and analysis are powerful distinctions to consider in your own mind and life. Both have positive perspectives and both have profoundly different perspectives.