Today’s Quote: “Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.”– Warren Buffett

Today’s Word: Ruminate v. Think deeply about something. “We sat ruminating on the nature of existence.”

Random Thought: I tried to get in touch with my inner child, but discovered he wasn’t allowed to talk to strangers…


Today’s Quote: “With self-discipline most anything is possible.” – Theodore Roosevelt

Today’s Word: Sycophant; Sycophantic Attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery; A servile self-seeking flatterer. “There was sycophantic laughter from the audience at their bosses jokes.

Random Thought: We can learn a lot from the weather…it seems to pay no attention to criticism…

Today’s Quote: “Creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.” – Albert Einstein

Today’s Word: Nuance n. A subtle difference in or shade of meaning, expression, or sound. “Subtle nuances of her on-screen character.”

Random Thought:  What do you say when someone says you’re in denial, but you’re not?

Today’s Quote: “The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best.” – Epictetus

Today’s Word: Copious adj. Large in quantity; abundant. Abounding in matter, thoughts, or words; wordy. “He took copious notes during the business meeting.”

Random Thought: If somebody vanished without a trace, how do people know they are missing?

Today’s Quote: “Always acknowledge a fault. This will throw those in authority off their guard and give you an opportunity to commit more.” – Mark Twain

Today’s Word: Expeditious (ex·pe·di·tious) adj. Acting or done with speed and efficiency.

Random Thought: So 100 hundred years from now will Facebook have 500 million accounts of dead people?

Today’s Quote: “Make a pledge to yourself right now, to declare that you are worth your time and energy.” – Deborah Day

Today’s Word: Bucolic (bu·col·ic) adj. Of or relating to the pleasant aspects of country life. “He retired to a more bucolic life on his farm.”

Random Thought: I stay up late every night and realize it’s a bad idea every morning…

Today’s Quote: “One day your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure it’s worth watching.” –Unknown

Today’s Word: Oxymoron [ox·y·mo·ron] n.pl. A phrase in which two words of contradictory meaning are used together for special effect, for example, “wise fool” or “to make haste slowly.”

Random Thought: Do the English people eat English muffins, or are they just called muffins?


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