It is called fullness to the condition of full : full or full of intensity . The term has its etymological root in the Latin word plenitūdo.
The idea of fullness usually refers to apogee of something . Fullness, therefore, is associated with boom or to reach the summit . For example: "Although he is 36 years old, the Swiss tennis player is still in fullness", “Beyond some physical inconveniences and economic difficulties, I feel fully”, "The rock band decided to postpone the tour since its singer is not yet fully after being surgically intervened for a heart problem".
Many times the fullness is linked to performance , especially in the field of sport . It is said that a football player is in fullness when his physical condition is optimum and its level of play results Excellent . This allows you to perform at maximum match after match, without showing fatigue or registering dips in your contributions to the team.
Fullness can also be related to happiness . The one who is in love, enjoys his family, manages to prosper professionally and neither he nor his loved ones go through serious disorders, is in a moment of fullness: he does not claim anything different from what he already has.
In this context, it is usually considered as one of the great personal goals of each individual and even as a social goal the arrival to old age in fullness . The elderly are expected, thanks to the advances of the medicine and to the stimuli that are offered to them, they can live their last stage of life with joy, satisfying their needs and interests of various kinds.