Persuasive Writing - Emotional vs Intellectual Words. This is fascinating! have always loved this kinda stuff

Persuasive Writing - Emotional vs Intellectual Words. This is fascinating! have always loved this kinda stuff

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“One must be overawed by the marvel of time to be ready to perceive the presence of eternity in a single moment. One must live and act as if the fate of all time would depend on a single moment.” I’m still trying to understand what it looks like to live a life that sees time through a different lens. Abraham Heschel goes on to write, “Every instant is an act of creation. A moment is not a terminal but a flash, a signal of beginning. Time is perpetual innovation, a synonym for continuous…

“One must be overawed by the marvel of time to be ready to perceive the presence of eternity in a single moment. One must live and act as if the fate of all time would depend on a single moment.” I’m still trying to understand what it looks like to live a life that sees time through a different lens. Abraham Heschel goes on to write, “Every instant is an act of creation. A moment is not a terminal but a flash, a signal of beginning. Time is perpetual innovation, a synonym for continuous…

This is really good for me since I want to stop using a certain word in my songwriting verses/chorus/bridge......

This is really good for me since I want to stop using a certain word in my songwriting verses/chorus/bridge......

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Egregious.                                                         Syllabification: e·gre·gious.                         Pronunciation: əˈɡrējəs.                             adjective: egregious.                                  Definition: 1. outstandingly bad; shocking.                   "egregious abuses of copyright".              synonyms:	 shocking, appalling, terrible, awful, horrendous, frightful, atrocious, abominable, abhorrent, outrageous; monstrous, heinous, dire, unspeakable…

Egregious. Syllabification: e·gre·gious. Pronunciation: əˈɡrējəs. adjective: egregious. Definition: 1. outstandingly bad; shocking. "egregious abuses of copyright". synonyms: shocking, appalling, terrible, awful, horrendous, frightful, atrocious, abominable, abhorrent, outrageous; monstrous, heinous, dire, unspeakable…

There is no more overused word in the English language than AMAZING. Perfectly usable synonyms: astonishing, awesome, marvelous, wonderful, groovy!

There is no more overused word in the English language than AMAZING. Perfectly usable synonyms: astonishing, awesome, marvelous, wonderful, groovy!

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