The Word of the Day is Freeze.
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I use to think life was going to be kind to us no matter what. Haha, not true. On the contrary, it is not going to happen. Life is what we all make out of what we have been given, regardless of our wants.
Don’t be a DINGY, and believe that you will always have roses and Champagne, instead of sorrow or rain…we get both!
manifestations (plural noun)
an event, action, or object that clearly shows or embodies something, especially a theory or an abstract idea.
“the first obvious manifestations of global warming”
the action or fact of showing an abstract idea.
“the manifestation of anxiety over the upcoming exams”
display · demonstration · showing · show · exhibition · presentation · indication · illustration · exemplification · exposition · disclosure · declaration · expression · profession
a symptom or sign of an ailment.
“a characteristic manifestation of Lyme disease”
sign · indication · evidence · proof · token · symptom · testimony · substantiation · mark · symbol · reflection · example · instance
a version or incarnation of something or someone.
“Purity and Innocence and Young Love in all their gentle manifestations”
an appearance of a ghost or spirit.
apparition · appearance · materialization · visitation
late Middle English: from late Latin manifestatio(n-), from the verb manifestare ‘make public’.
In one’s mind often we have undeniable manifestations of our feelings.
They can come across into our daily living if we do not place them where they should be. Often times it is something we our own selves have dreamt up. Be careful lending an idea or theory to be truth.
He had a tattooed arm from his hand to his shoulder. Strong looking with a partial beard and a mustache that magnified his top lip. Some say he was a loner, some say he was a biker, although some would say he was a RENEGADE.
He never spoke much and never seemed to form a friendship with anyone. He just sat at the corner table at the local bar. He would stare down his glass of beer.
Many wondered what had brought him there and it was about him, that made him walk alone.’Till one evening when a person came in. They walked over to his table and offered him their hand. He looked up at them, then stood with slowness and no smile. People took notice and started to eavesdrop. Who is the person who had broken the stare of this could be “RENEGADE”?
It was told by one of the waitresses there,that this loner, this biker, this renegade, just had to bury his whole family one day. He had lost all that was dear to him.They had been murdered in their sleep. That was a lawyer coming to him, to tell him they caught the killer. Now he was all alone with his grief. He did not ask for company to join him there in that bar, because he was afraid that they to would die. He assumed the killer had not been caught, or maybe that the killer was watching him.
He just sat wide-eyed at his beer, while the world passed him by. No loner, no biker, and no renegade was he, just trying not to deal with life, because of the loss he felt inside.