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If you aren’t careful, your whole life could be “I’ll be happy when…”

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Verb: Jubilate  (JOO-buh-layt) Definition: To rejoice. Example sentence: The birth of a baby boy, after three girls, was a good reason for Neil to jubilate.

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Noun: Ablution  (uh-BLOO-shun) Definition: 1: The washing of one’s body or part of it, as in a religious rite. 2: The act or action of bathing, used in plural form. Example sentence: Francis awakened at dawn every day to perform his ablutions.

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No one will question your integrity if your integrity is not questionable.

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Verb: Welter  (WEL-ter) Definition: 1: To writhe, toss, wallow: also, to rise and fall or toss about in or with waves. 2: To become deeply sunk, soaked, or involved. 3: To be in turmoil. Example sentence: The high waves caused the debris from the shipwreck to welter about and eventually wash up on the shore.

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When the wrong people leave your life, the right things start to happen.

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Adjective: Inchoate  (in-KOH-ut) Definition: Begin only partly in existence or operation: especially, imperfectly formed or formulated: formless, incoherent. Example sentence: Five years ago, the restaurant was merely an inchoate notion in Nathan’s head; today it is one of the most popular eateries in the city.  

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If someone has offended you, insulted you, or disappointed you, let it go. If you are remembering all the ways you have been hurt or forgotten, let it go. Ask yourself what good does it do for me to hold on to this?

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Verb: Foozle  (FOO-zul) Definition: To manage or play awkwardly: bungle. Example sentence: Just by the way he was running, we knew the receiver was going to foozle the catch and the kicking team would recover the ball.

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Nothing can harm you unless you fear it, feed it, follow it or fund it.

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