to do things youve never done. Tedious; repetitive and boring. If you are at peace, you are living in the present. An interest in mundane evil can also be found in retellings of more traditional stories.
Mundane, definition of mundane in English by Oxford Dictionaries
Humdrum, dull, boring, tedious, monotonous, tiresome, wearisome, prosaic, unexciting, uninteresting, uneventful, unvarying, unvaried, unremarkable, repetitive, repetitious, routine, ordinary, everyday, day-to-day,"dian, run-of-the-mill, commonplace, common, workaday, usual, pedestrian, customary, regular, normal. Its influence was always dreaded in mundane astrology, being unfavorable to the farmer's work. The world outside fandom; the normal, mainstream world. But its in the execution and delivery that these common themes are saved from becoming mundane and boring. Just as today, in the past a great deal of rubbish was generated by the mundane activities of everyday existence. To increase the dosage of awe and joy in daily life, transform the mundane into something more spiritual. Jewish spirituality comes through grappling with the mundane world in a way that uplifts and elevates. My name is Michael Lund and I am a Landscape Photographer living in the beautiful state of California. British World English mundane mundane, pronunciation /mnden/ /mnden/ adjective 1Lacking interest or excitement; dull. The book's grand aims are filtered through his muddled mind, which has the unfortunate effect of making his spiritual quest seem mundane.