a state of being connected reciprocally
"an interconnection between the two buildings"
The state of being interconnected.
A worldview which sees a oneness in all things, with no true separation deeper than appearances.
Interconnectedness is part of the terminology of a worldview which sees a oneness in all things. A similar term, interdependence, is sometimes used instead, although there are slightly different connotations. Both terms tend to refer to the idea that all things are of a single underlying substance and reality, and that there is no true separation deeper than appearances. Some feel that 'interconnectedness' and similar terms are part of a contemporary lexicon of mysticism, which is based on the same core idea of universal oneness.
The numerical value of interconnectedness in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of interconnectedness in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
The greatest benefits will come with great levels of interconnectedness, allowing an artificial intelligence app to determine exactly which street lights should be brightened as cyclists traverse along local bike paths or having smart stop signs communicate with autonomous vehicles.
Probably there was a change in ideology and a different relationship with the afterlife, and with the sphere of the divine, we can not exclude, however, that cremation became widespread also as a practical response to epidemics, considering the increasing demographic size of the communities and the high degree of mobility and interconnectedness among different regions.
Many White therapists have a habit of dismissing the things that I say or making assumptions about my behavior or motivations based on my skin color, a lack of diversity in therapy in the Black community also means that those of us that do seek help are less likely to find someone who understands the interconnectedness of what we go through versus who we are.
As insects are critical for any ecosystem the loss of any one species has ripple effects through the community, as we can see from these examples above the interconnectedness of species from mutualists to food plants to habitat requirements can have huge impacts on the survival of a species. To be honest without insects our planet would become inhospitable to humans within a matter of months. We need insects even if we don't always realize it.
China is willing to help Afghanistan formulate infrastructure plans to strengthen interconnectedness and intercommunication with surrounding countries.
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- קשר הדדיHebrew
- onderlinge verbondenheidDutch
- wzajemne powiązaniaPolish
- interdisciplinaritate, interdependențăRomanian
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