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The Best Positive Quotes About Wisdom For Moms ★ Elayna Fernandez ~ The Positive MOM ♥ – Positivity Article

The word “wisdom” comes from the Old English wisdom “knowledge, learning, experience,” from wis  + -dom. Its roots mean “to perceive, to discern” and “to know.”The dictionary defines wisdom as the quality of having experience, knowledge, and good judgment; and the quality of being wise.Sagacity, intelligence, understanding, insight, perception, perceptiveness, discernment, prudence, and good sense are all synonyms of wisdom.  When we think of wisdom, we think of Jesus Christ, famous religious leaders, philosophers, and leaders throughout the history of the world.We can all agree that wisdom goes…

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The Best Life Lessons and Quotes from Cinderella ★ Elayna Fernandez ~ The Positive MOM ♥ – Positivity Article

It’s Cinderella’s 70th Birthday, so I decided to put together a list of the best life lessons and quotes from Cinderella – and there are so many! Cinderella is one of our favorite fairytales and animated Disney movies of all time. Cinderella’s story is a timeless classic and a magical story that inspired us to not settle, to follow our dreams, and to be true to our true royal nature. Though you’re dressed in rags, you wear an air of…

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The Best Positive Quotes About Time For Moms – Positivity Article

The word “time” has its origin in the Old English word tima, which means “limited space of time,” and the Proto-Germanic *timon- “time” from PIE *di-mon-, suffixed form of root *da- “to divide.” The concept of “time as an indefinite continuous duration” is recorded from late 14c. Time can be defined as “a continuous, measurable quantity in which events occur in a sequence proceeding from the past through the present to the future.” Time is what we measure in minutes, hours, days, and…

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The Best Positive Quotes About Forgiveness For Moms ★ Elayna Fernandez ~ The Positive MOM ♥ – Positivity Article

The word “forgive” comes from the Old English forgiefan “give, grant, allow; remit (a debt), pardon (an offense),” also “give up” and “give in marriage”; from for- (“completely,”) + giefan (“to give or receive”). The dictionary definition of “forgive” is to cease to feel resentment, to give up resentment, or to grant relief from payment. Some synonyms of forgiveness are: mercy, compassion, grace, charity, and overlooking. I read somewhere once that a definition for forgiveness could be “to give up my right to hurt you…

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