What is ecstasy?

  • (noun): A state of elated bliss.
    Synonyms: rapture
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Some articles on ecstasy:

Ecstasy Rising
... Ecstasy Rising, ABC News television documentary with Peter Jennings on the history of MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine) also known as ecstasy ...
Ecstasy - Other
... Carnival Ecstasy, previously known as Ecstasy, a cruise ship operated by Carnival Cruise Lines Guitar amplifier model currently in production by Bogner Amplification ...
A Melon For Ecstasy
... A Melon for Ecstasy is a 1971 novel written by John Fortune and John Wells ... proverb, "A woman for duty / A boy for pleasure / But a melon for ecstasy." ...
Barbaro 'ndrina - In Australia
... "Pat" Barbaro – the son of Francesco – was involved in the importation of 15 million ecstasy pills through Melbourne, at the time the world's largest ecstasy haul ... in Victoria's Supreme Court to charges of ecstasy and cocaine trafficking ...
An Evening With Wild Man Fischer - Personnel
... One) Kim Fowley - recitation ("The Madness Ecstasy") Rodney Bingenheimer - recitation ("The Madness Ecstasy") The GTOs - recitation ("The Madness Ecstasy") ...

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Famous quotes containing the word ecstasy:

    Life has always taken place in a tumult without apparent cohesion, but it only finds its grandeur and its reality in ecstasy and in ecstatic love.
    Georges Bataille (1897–1962)

    Gustav Aschenbach was the writer who spoke for all those who work on the brink of exhaustion, who labor and are heavy-laden, who are worn out already but still stand upright, all those moralists of achievement who are slight of stature and scanty of resources, but who yet, by some ecstasy of the will and by wise husbandry, manage at least for a time to force their work into a semblance of greatness.
    Thomas Mann (1875–1955)

    As a small child, I felt in my heart two contradictory feelings, the horror of life and the ecstasy of life.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)