Nepenthe /nɨˈpɛnθiː/ (Ancient Greek: νηπενθές) is a medicine for sorrow, literally an anti-depressant – a "drug of forgetfulness" mentioned in ancient Greek literature and Greek mythology

Nepenthe /nɨˈpɛnθiː/ (Ancient Greek: νηπενθές) is a medicine for sorrow, literally an anti-depressant – a "drug of forgetfulness" mentioned in ancient Greek literature and Greek mythology

All of the best love stories have one thing in common, you have to go against the adds to get there.

All of the best love stories have one thing in common, you have to go against the adds to get there.

pronunciation | 'kI-ros (KYE-ross, English); kEr-‘os (keer-OSS, Greek)Greek | καιρόςnote | Kairos is both a rhetorical term for “...

pronunciation | 'kI-ros (KYE-ross, English); kEr-‘os (keer-OSS, Greek)Greek | καιρόςnote | Kairos is both a rhetorical term for “...

Metanoia — an Ancient Greek word (μετάνοια) meaning "changing one's mind".

Metanoia — an Ancient Greek word (μετάνοια) meaning "changing one's mind".

xyst zist , noun; 1. (in an ancient Roman villa) a garden walk planted with trees. 2. (in ancient Greek and Roman architecture) a covered portico, as a promenade.

xyst zist , noun; 1. (in an ancient Roman villa) a garden walk planted with trees. 2. (in ancient Greek and Roman architecture) a covered portico, as a promenade.

Lalochezia .... delicious word. It’s something many of us do, but may not know there’s a word for it. lalochezia lal·o·che·zi·a (lāl’ō-kē’zē-ə) noun. Emotional relief gained by using indecent or vulgar language (swearing or cursing). From Ancient Greek λαλία ‎(lalía, “speech”) + χέζω ‎(khézō, “to defecate”)

Lalochezia .... delicious word. It’s something many of us do, but may not know there’s a word for it. lalochezia lal·o·che·zi·a (lāl’ō-kē’zē-ə) noun. Emotional relief gained by using indecent or vulgar language (swearing or cursing). From Ancient Greek λαλία ‎(lalía, “speech”) + χέζω ‎(khézō, “to defecate”)

~The Greek alphabet, the script of English today, is based on the Kemetic alphabet of Ancient Egypt/Kemet and the Upper Nile Valley of Ancient Africa. Ancient Egyptians called their words MDW NTR, or ‘Metu Neter,” which means divine speech. The Greeks called it, ‘hieroglyphics"- a Greek word. The etymology of hieroglyphics is sacred (hieros) carvings (glyph) ~*

~The Greek alphabet, the script of English today, is based on the Kemetic alphabet of Ancient Egypt/Kemet and the Upper Nile Valley of Ancient Africa. Ancient Egyptians called their words MDW NTR, or ‘Metu Neter,” which means divine speech. The Greeks called it, ‘hieroglyphics"- a Greek word. The etymology of hieroglyphics is sacred (hieros) carvings (glyph) ~*

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