• Noun: everything that exists anywhere; examples: "they study the evolution of the universe", "the biggest tree in existence"
• Noun: all of your experiences that determine how things appear to you; examples: "his world was shattered", "we live in different worlds", "for them demons were as much a part of reality as trees were"
• Noun: people in general; especially a distinctive group of people with some shared interest; example: "the Western world"
• Noun: the 3rd planet from the sun; the planet we live on; examples: "the Earth moves around the sun", "he sailed around the world"
• Noun: the concerns of this life as distinguished from heaven and the afterlife; example: "they consider the church to be independent of the world"
• Noun: a part of the earth that can be considered separately; examples: "the outdoor world", "the world of insects"
• Noun: people in general considered as a whole; example: "he is a hero in the eyes of the public"
• Noun: all of the living human inhabitants of the earth; examples: "all the world loves a lover", "she always used `humankind' because `mankind' seemed to slight the women"
• Adj: involving the entire earth; not limited or provincial in scope; examples: "global war", "global monetary policy", "neither national nor continental but planetary", "a world crisis", "of worldwide significance"
Now, do I think there has to be shared sacrifice among other nations in the world who want a stable and secure world? Absolutely, there has to be. But I don't think that America can ever abdicate its leadership role in the world because of who we are and where we've come from. We are the symbol for the world for freedom and liberty.
It's the only sport that's played in every country in the world. It's played and watched all over the world, it's the most popular sport in probably 90% of the countries, and then with the World Cup, you have the most viewed tournament of any sport in the world.
We are the most powerful nation in the world, but we're not the only nation in the world. We are not the only people in the world. We are an important people, the wealthiest, the most powerful and, to a great extent, generous. But we are part of the world.
All the laws and legislation in the world will never heal this world like the loving hearts and arms of mothers and fathers. If every child could drift to sleep feeling wrapped in the love of their family - and God's love - this world would be a far more gentle and better place.
The scientific perspective of the world, especially the living world, inexorably impresses on us a dynamic picture of the world of entities and structures involved in continuous and incessant change and in process without ceasing.
We see things in this material world, wherein our bodies dwell, only because our mind through its attention lives in another world, only because it contemplates the beauties of the archetypal and intelligible world which Reason contains.
It felt like being in the center of the world, and I felt like I was a witness to history and I knew that the whole world was watching on television. So, I could feel the collective consciousness of the world focused on this little strip of land called Seattle.
We entered the 20th century trying to deal with three ideas purporting to define or describe or explain three spheres of action, development and conflict: Darwin on the natural world, Freud on the internal world, Marx on the economic world.
By doing something positive in this world, you're helping people and the future. We're all trying to help the world... make it a better place to live. We're actually still changing the world, aren't we?