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This is similar to the classic aphorism "ignorance is bliss.” This phrase was first written in 1742 in the poem “Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College” by Thomas Gray : "Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise. Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, Powerful Words, Beautiful Words, Interesting Words, Unusual English Words, Inspiring Words

sometimes you need to know what you would rather not know..it opens your eyes and makes you realize what is important!♡Full moons are great eye openers..

Here's a juicy new word for you! This can often be experienced during mindfulness grounding deep relaxation psychedelics meditation shamanic healing and spiritual nature experiences. Unusual Words, Unique Words, Interesting Words, The Words, Pretty Words, Beautiful Words, Aesthetic Words, Nature Quotes, Nature Words

Yugen: A profound awareness of the Universe that triggers feelings too deep and mysterious for words

also called comity of nations. courtesy between nations, as in respect shown by one country for the laws, judicial decisions, and institutions of another. Origin: Comity derives from the Latin term cōmis meaning "affable." It entered English in the The Words, Words To Use, Latin Words, Cool Words, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, Vocabulary Definition, Unusual Words, Unique Words

Definition of comity | Dictionary.com

Comity definition, mutual courtesy; civility. See more.

Posted to FB Lambent. (Latin origin) (of light or fire) glowing, gleaming, or flickering with a soft radiance. The Words, Fancy Words, Weird Words, Words To Use, Great Words, Unusual Words, Unique Words, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words

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Word for Today: Logophile (n), A lover of words. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day. The Words, Fancy Words, Weird Words, Pretty Words, Cool Words, Unusual Words, Unique Words, Interesting Words, English Vocabulary Words

Definition of logophile | Dictionary.com

Logophile definition, a lover of words. See more.

Word for Today: Autodidact (n) A person who has learned a subject without the benefit of a teacher or formal education; a self-taught person ; English with Greek origin //aw-toh-dahy-dakt// Unusual Words, Rare Words, Big Words, Words To Use, Unique Words, Powerful Words, Cool Words, Word Nerd, Aesthetic Words

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English with Greek origin //aw-toh-dahy-dakt//

nepenthe (n.) something that makes you forget grief or suffering. English with Greek origin //ni-pen-thee// The Words, Fancy Words, Weird Words, Pretty Words, Dark Words, Unusual Words, Unique Words, Interesting Words, Aesthetic Words

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English with Greek origin //ni-pen-thee//

//uh-gog// From Middle French Unusual Words, Weird Words, Rare Words, Unique Words, New Words, Cool Words, Foreign Words, Latin Words, Pretty Words

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//uh-gog// From Middle French