So, What do you choose?

Falling down is an accident
Staying down is a choice;
Brilliant are my feelings
On this side.

Wicked thoughts make my day,
It’s easy going when you smile,
Let your thoughts flow like water.
Shut up and dance,
Everything’s gonna be alright,
When you keep calm and relax.

Follow your heart,
You’ll be fine
Chill, duh, anxiety
My feelings!
Be the exception to the rule.
Disconnect to reconnect
Love all the little things
Like the 90’s kid do.

Count the trees
Dream big
World is your playground
Plant your deeds.
If not now, not today
In my end lies my beginning.

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4 Words Daily: Day 74

“Great teachers emanate out of knowledge, passion and compassion.” Dr A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

 

The words for today are:

  • Malevolent \ mə-ˈle-və-lənt \
    • Having, showing, or arising from intense often vicious ill will, spite, or hatred
  • Repress  \ ri-ˈpres \
    • To put down by force.
    • To hold in by self control.
    • To exclude from consciousness.
  • Bromide \ ˈbrō-ˌmīd \
    • A commonplace or tiresome person: Bore.
  • Vicious \ ˈvi-shəs \
    • Dangerously aggressive; Malicious, Spiteful

List of previous four words:

  • Abomination
  • Brazen
  • Retribution
  • Hysteria

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4 Words Daily: Day 73

“When anger rises, think of the consequences.” Confucius

 

The words for today are:

  • Abomination \ ə-ˌbä-mə-ˈnā-shən \
    • Something regarded with disgust or hatred
  • Brazen \ ˈbrā-zᵊn \
    • Marked by shameless or disrespectful boldness
  • Retribution \ ˌre-trə-ˈbyü-shən \
    • Punishment inflicted on someone as vengeance for a wrong or criminal act.
  • Hysteria \ hi-ˈster-ē-ə \
    • Behavior exhibiting overwhelming or unmanageable fear or emotional excess.

List of previous four words:

  • Inexorable
  • Confluence
  • Remnant
  • Melange

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4 Words Daily: Day 72

“Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.” Edmund Burke

 

The words for today are:

  • Inexorable  \ (ˌ)i-ˈneks-rə-bəl\
    • Not to be persuaded, moved, or stopped : Relentless.
  • Confluence  \ ˈkän-ˌflü-ən(t)s\
    • A coming or flowing together, meeting, or gathering at one point.
  • Remnant  \ ˈrem-nənt \
    • A usually small part, member, or trace remaining
  • Melange \ mā-ˈläⁿzh\
    • A mixture, often of different elements.

List of previous four words:

  • Zeal
  • Dysphoria
  • Phantasm
  • Specter

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4 Words Daily: Day 71

“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill

 

The words for today are:

  • Zeal  \ ˈzēl \
    •  Eagerness and ardent interest in pursuit of something
  • Dysphoria  \ dis-ˈfȯr-ē-ə \
    • A state of feeling very unhappy, uneasy, or dissatisfied
  • Phantasm \ ˈfan-ˌta-zəm \
    •  A product of fantasy such as illusion, or a figment of imagination.
  • Specter \ ˈspek-tər \
    • Something that haunts or perturbs the mind

List of previous four words:

  • Preordain
  • Behest
  • Apiarist
  • Anthology

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4 Words Daily: Day 70

“All action results from thought, so it is thoughts that matter.” Sai Baba

 

The words for today are:

  • Preordain \ ˌprē-ȯr-ˈdān \
    •  To decide or fix what will happen in a way that cannot be changed or controlled.
  • Behest \ bi-ˈhest\
    • An authoritative order.
    • A person’s order, an urgent prompting.
  • Apiarist \ ˈā-pē-ə-rist\
    • Beekeeper.
  • Anthology \ an-ˈthä-lə-jē \
    • A published collection of writings (such as poems or short stories) by different authors.

List of previous four words:

  • Denigrate
  • Fickle
  • Visage
  • Flounder

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4 Words Daily: Day 69

“All men’s miseries derive from not being able to sit in a quiet room alone.” Blaise Pascal

A different kind of post today. Though I have done it previously too, in 4 Words Daily: Day 21; this time I nitpicked one word from each of the bloggers (their link is provided, for they are amazing people!!).

The words for today are:

 

I couldn’t help but pick one from one of my earlier poem. Don’t judge me

List of previous four words:

  • Surmise
  • Corrigendum
  • Paramour
  • Insipid

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Words Compilation: August

So, the compilation of the words for the last month has been done.  It’s one thing to post daily, and another to compile the words, and have a quick glance at them. Though I try and make every effort that words don’t get repeated, it happened this time, and Surfeit was posted twice. Maybe it happened subconsciously, but glad that I found it. Hope you enjoy the compilation, and that it proves helpful to you. Feel free to use and share the knowledge, let people know: for the purpose of these series of posts is to share the knowledge to as many people as we can. I’m learning too in the process and its been really nice to see many positive comments that inspire me to work harder on them.

Ataraxy Mien Excogitate Smaze
Sanguine Exuberant Appease Detritus
Abominate Truncate Pedantic Mendicant
Vex Tether Spasm Execration
Mezzotint Expedite Palpitate Stifle
Bland Exigent Fungible Impunity
Nugatory Aught Uppity Conspectus
Prudence Sagacious Lunatic Surfeit
Allay Haughty Pietism Peril
Canard Mendacious Intangible Inchoate
Vehement Antagonistic Reprehend Vilipend
Rapport Impetuous Adulation Puckish
Improbity Rectitude Servile Edict
Allusion Coalesce Cynosure Emblaze
Nonchalant Orgulous Lapidary Bowdlerize
Cognitive Imbecile Gibber Climactic
Adulterate Cataclysm Contrive Arrant
Surfeit Rife Conglomerate Orphic
Sophomore Smolder Perorate Dirge
Vitriol Despot Weald Debunk
Brusque Contumelious Refute Odious
Quixotic Careen Poltergeist Supplant
Evanescent Glen Axiom Subterfuge
Enervate Lachrymose Nihilist Vaunt
Zeppelin Convolve Proletariat Prodigy
Conflagration Swashbuckler Filch Arraign
Clandestine Doldrums Peregrinate Stigmatize
Rhapsodic Pejorative Contingent Dominion
Tempestuous Nimbus Retrench Hubris
Urbane Friable Assent Desecrate
Amortize Ostensible Abrogate Mantic

Its almost mid September when I’m publishing the list for August, and will try to compile the list for September little early. Any suggestions, improvements, criticism: all are gladly welcome. Do let me know.

Thank you guys for overwhelming support. Love and great health to you all.

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4 Words Daily: Day 68

“A very small degree of hope is sufficient to cause the birth of love.” Stendhal

The words for today are:

  • Surmise  \ sər-ˈmīz\

    •  A thought or idea based on scanty evidence.
  • Corrigendum  \ ˌkȯr-ə-ˈjen-dəm\
    • An error in a printed work discovered after printing and shown with its correction on a separate sheet
  • Paramour  \ ˈper-ə-ˌmu̇r\

    • Lover; specifically an illicit or secret lover.
  • Insipid \ in-ˈsi-pəd \
    • Lacking taste or savor.
    • Lacking in qualities that interest, stimulate, or challenge Dull, Flat

 

List of previous four words:

  • Laxity 
  • Prudence 
  • Circumspect  
  • Demiurgic 

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4 Words Daily: Day 67

“There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship.” Thomas Aquinas

The words for today are:

  • Laxity \ ˈlak-sə-tē \

    • The quality or state of being loose.
  • Prudence \ ˈprü-dᵊn(t)s \ 
    • The ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use of reason.
  • Circumspect  \ ˈsər-kᵊm-ˌspekt \

    • Careful to consider all circumstances and possible consequences.
  • Demiurgic \ ˈde-mē-ˌərj \
    • Individual or group chiefly responsible for a creative idea

 

List of previous four words:

  • Omniscient 
  • Deportment  
  • Imperious 
  • Hurtle 

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Who pays – The Innocent or the Guilty?

“When one acts on pity against justice, it is the good whom one punishes for the sake of evil; when one saves the guilty from suffering, it is the innocent whom one forces to suffer. There’s is no escape from justice, nothing can be unearned and unpaid for in the universe, neither in matter nor in spirit – and if the guilty do not pay, then the innocent will have to pay it.”

This is an excerpt from the novel “Atlas Shrugged” by Ayn Rand. I have been reading it lately, and all I can say is that it is pure joy to read. Highly recommended!! I will post more such excerpts, if I’m able to put this book down🖐️

4 Words Daily: Day 66

“Even if a snake is not poisonous, it should pretend to be venomous.” Chanakya

The words for today are:

  • Omniscient \ äm-ˈni-shənt \

    • Having infinite awareness, understanding, and insight.
    • Possessed of universal or complete knowledge
  • Deportment  \ di-ˈpȯrt-mənt
    • The manner in which one conducts oneself: Behaviour
  • Imperious \ im-ˈpir-ē-əs \

    • Marked by arrogant assurance: Domineering
    • Intensely compelling
  • Hurtle \ ˈhər-tᵊl \
    • To move rapidly or forcefully: Hurl, fling

 

List of previous four words:

  • Kith
  • Tenacious 
  • Drapery 
  • Discombobulate 

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