Day 646 – Living words: change

How to live the word change ? Inn a world that most defiantly need both huge and small time change how do we live this word change to its greatest ?

What is my allocation change? To me change is something new that is replacing something else, something that is a replacement. Change is a substitute and something that replaces something. So in this world there is lots of change going on. So how to value change in its best form ? To value the cool change the good change and the change that is best for all.

 

Dictionary definition:

 

change :

 

  1. 1. make or become different.
  2. 2. take or use another instead of.

 

 

Etymology:

 

change (n.)

  1. 1200, “act or fact of changing,” from Anglo-French change, Old French change “exchange, recompense, reciprocation,” from changier (see change (v.)).

 

 

sounding of word:

 

she – hangs

chen – guest

chen – guess

henges

 

Polarity of word:

I would associatenegative on this word to think that there is not enough changes in this world. There should be more rapid changes and further changes, for the best of all life, in this world.

 

Positive, I associate that typical change that are best for all, is cool changes I like those changes that are best for all. I cherish them.

 

 

Creative writing:

Changes are very much like chain reactions. Like a stream of money (changes) and like the pearl or pieces of a neck less. The petals of a flower symbolizes changes to me, or coins that are changing hands. It is almost like changes are a chain reaction in itself. Changes are still very physical and it is like to change direction within and, change one tone of speaking or change ones approach. Change ones pants. Particularly I would like to emphasis the direction from introversion that is driving change, so within so without.

Re- definition of word:

Changes is something to occur, in advance of oneness first physical point and matter or direction.

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