Published Wednesday, May 8, 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.



“A diamond is merely a lump of coal that did well under pressure.”  -Unknown




You may feel like a lump of coal, but under the right kind of pressure you might turn into something as amazing as a diamond.  While it may be true that no amount of pressure can really turn coal into diamonds, it is true that coal and diamonds are both, at their bases, different forms of carbon.  Superman may have been reaching a bit when this quote was coined, but the idea behind it has some basis of truth.  Sometimes the only difference between your efforts resulting in coal or your efforts resulting in diamonds is the form in which pressure is applied.  So, the next time you’re working on a project, ask yourself what kind of results you want to yield? Coals or diamonds?








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!



Fallacy  (noun)

DEFINITION:   a false, deceptive, or mistaken belief, especially one based on an unsound argument


Fallacious   |  adjective

Fallaciously   |  adverb

Fallacy, Fallaciousness   |  noun


Synonyms:  delusion, deception, misconception, error, illusion, myth, misbelief


Example sentence:   Money buys happiness is one of the oldest fallacies that people still believe, even today.



See how creative you can be and make up a sentence of your own!


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