Published Wednesday, April 17, 2019 by Tifinie




It is important to take a step back and reflect once in a while.  Enjoy this quote and see if you can find a way to relate it to your life.



“Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.” -Chinese Proverb



The best way to understand something is to get knee-deep in it.  Any time that you want to learn something either quickly and/or thoroughly, immerse yourself in it as much as you can for best results.  If you want to learn a new language, for example, visiting the homeland of that language and speaking with the locals will develop your language skills better and faster than any book ever will.  Similarly, if you involve people in your life and interests, rather than just telling them about it, they’ll be able to understand you better.  Regardless of the task at hand, the most effective way to understand something is to get involved in it.






Practicing your vocabulary words can be overwhelming.  However, if you follow Wednesday Wisdom, you can learn a new word every week and practice using the word all week long.  By the time the next word is posted, you’ll have mastered the last word adding it to your personal word bank.  Own as many words as you can!



Rebuttal (noun)

DEFINITION:  evidence presented that contradicts or nullifies other evidence already presented


Rebuttable   |  adjective

Rebut  |  verb

Rebuttably  |  adverb

Rebuttal  |  noun


Synonyms:  counterargument, refutation, disproof, defense, confute


Example sentence:  The defense lawyer’s rebuttal was so convincing that it resulted in a victory.


See how creative you can be, make up a sentence of your own and share it in the comments below!

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