I, for one, am trying my very best to reach a state of…
But I’m never gonna be the Dalai Lama, let us all be clear on that.
My absolute favorite German word – although Zwiebeln is a close runner up.
It’s that intuitive instinct to react appropriate in whatever situation – because you sense that any reaction may lead to a new action. It’s a knowing without being able to describe what exactly it is, and it was used in many of my Art and Architecture classes to describe the gut feeling the old masters seemed to have for perfect coloring, immaculate perspective or just the ability to translate emotion into a painting or construction.
It literally – and perfectly – translates as that “the feeling in your…
You’re always close enough to touch it, but you never really do.
I took the afternoon off of work today. With fall settling in and sneezy season making its entrance, my tired body rang the bells that it needed a break – and so I listened.
I came home around 2pm, had even set an out-of-office alert on all my incoming emails, planning to camp on the couch and finally start watching The Walking Dead’s Season 5 on Netflix… and then at 6pm I only had seen 18 minutes of the first episode and I’m officially a workaholic.
That, or time just took it to a whole new level of going too…
Verb. To ascertain the size, amount, or degree of ascertain the size, amount, or degree of (something) by using an instrument or device marked in standard units or by comparing it with an object of known size.
Example: “They measured the number of people killed by terrorism, then measured the number of people killed by guns (or by people bearing those guns), and found that the first number was astronomically lower than the second.”
The only guns that don’t kill people, are the ones safely kept from people. Stricter gun laws have become a necessity.