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Whether you are a Valentine fan or an Anti-Valentine type of person…
Valentine’s Day is about celebrating love. But, in my opinion, it’s not “conditio sine qua non” to feel in love with a person in order to be affected by St. Valentine. You can feel in love with your life, your work, your best friends, your pet, your creations, your music, or with whatever else you have this gut feeling.
One of the things I really love to do is to read and learn new words, even from languages I don’t speak. Words hold the power of their history, their culture, and the way of living and thinking of their people. All we can feel the magic of knowing the right word and the blessing of sharing this knowledge with other people. In this post, I share my eleven favorite Greek words and their meaning. I hope to find them interesting and share your favorite words in the comments.
(n. < ψυχή) It is the totality of the human mind, conscious and unconscious. The basic meaning of this ancient Greek word was “life” in the sense of “breath”, formed from the verb “ψύχω”, which means to blow. (Source: Wikipedia).
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