1. Flânerie Definition: Aimless strolling or sauntering without a set plan or defined destination; walking at a leisurely pace, simply observing as you’re being taken along. Part of Speech: Noun Origin: French 2. Fernweh Definition: A longing or craving for distant, far-off places; “homesick” for places you’ve never been to. Literally: farsickness. Part of Speech: Noun Origin: German 3. Alpas Definition: To become free or untied; to break loose. Part of Speech: Verb Origin:
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“The imagination is the golden pathway to everywhere.” Terence McKenna “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” Albert Einstein “Live out of your imagination, not your history.” Stephen Covey “You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.” Mark Twain “The world is but a canvas to the imagination.” Henry David Thoreau “Worry is a waste of imagination.” Walt Disney “The man who has
“The greater the difficulty, the more glory in surmounting it. Skillful pilots gain their reputation from storms and tempests.” Epictetus “When things are bad, we take comfort in the thought that they could always get worse. And when they are, we find hope in the thought that things are so bad they have to get better.” Malcolm S. Forbes “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” Martin Luther King Jr. “I
“Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” Seneca “In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.” Albert Einstein “A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.” Francis Bacon “Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them.” William Arthur Ward “Not knowing when the dawn will come, I open every door.” Emily Dickinson “To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities.” Bruce Lee “A good idea for a new
“Options, any options, by allowing you more upside than downside, are vectors of antifragility. If you “have optionality,” you don’t have much need for what is commonly called intelligence, knowledge, insight, skills, and these complicated things that take place in our brain cells. For you don’t have to be right that often. All you need is the wisdom to not do unintelligent things to hurt yourself (some acts of omission) and recognize favorable outcomes
“Genius is nothing more nor less than childhood recaptured at will.” Charles Baudelaire “To dream magnificently is not a gift given to all men, and even for those who possess it, it runs a strong risk of being progressively diminished by the ever-growing dissipation of modern life and by the restlessness engendered by material progress. The ability to dream is a divine and mysterious ability; because it is through dreams that man communicates with