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pronunciation | nats-ka-‘shE (nahtzkah-SHEE)Japanese | 懐かしいtip | The final pronunciation doesn’t really have an “oo” sound in it. pronunciation | swon-‘nyA Anonymous asked: What is Zealous? "As she looked, aghast, at the pony that was tethered in her front lawn and munching comfortably on her flowers, she realized how just how alarmingly she’d underestimated his zeal to impress her. 'I did not mean it when I said I wanted a pony,' she explained to him later through gritted teeth. He looked surprised. Zeal is the noun form. Anonymous asked: Hi there! That sounds like a brilliant idea! pronunciation | 'kI-ros (KYE-ross, English); kEr-‘os (keer-OSS, Greek)Greek | καιρόςnote | Kairos is both a rhetorical term for “the opportune moment” (as above) and the word for “weather”. Anonymous asked: make a facebook page for these? You’re welcome! I have Twitter and Pinterest too, if those are more your thing. pronunciation | 'RAs-fA-ber (RACE-fay-ber) Anonymous asked: are you still alive? Related:  Words language

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ein fremdwörterbuch RédacFrancePresque (RFPresque) sur Twitter The Conspiracy of Language Zen Gardner, GuestWaking Times Here’s a good exercise that will help alter your conscious awareness and put punch and clarity where slosh once existed. Don’t even use the words “hope” or “believe”. These types of inhibitors are a subtle trick of the programmed language we’ve been handed. We don’t need full evidence to make conjectures or intuitive surmisings. Catch Yourself When you catch yourself using these terms you’ll be surprised at how often they appear and how much this exercise strengthens your perception and awareness. It’s a bit like fear porn and falling for the dark side of viewing the world around us. Free Your Mind – Meet the Trivium The above segues nicely into something I’ve wanted to bring up for some time. Unfortunately and as expected, this method of learning has been lost or adulterated in today’s world as evidenced by the confusion and blind ignorance that are so rampant in society and our deliberately dumbed down educational system. Sounds Too Rational? Then so be it.

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