http://dailyphilosopher.net/what-is-hedonism/ The Interviewer Shri Eknathji Ranade was unsparing in his criticism. LIke all RSS Leaders he was unapologetic, Brute in their criticism at the same time very affectionate, people friendly. He was interviewin me in 1973 for Ajivan Non-Sanyasi Program of Vivekananda Kendra, KanyaKumari to work in the North-East. He said : " You have … Continue reading What Is Hedonism? – Daily
QuaesitumKWAI-sai-təmPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid 17th century WORD OF THE DAY QuaesitumKWAI-sai-təmPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid 17th century 1That which is sought; the answer to a problem. Examples of Quaesitum in a sentence "The quaesitum to your problem might come to you after some quiet reflection." "No matter how confounding the case, Sherlock Holmes always finds the quaesitum."
Goody Two-Shoes Meaning: A smugly virtuous person.
Would you rather not get a birthday cake on your birthday or not get any gifts on your birthday?
Never have I ever watched the Grammy Awards.
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Comedian Mitch Hedberg never passed on a job, having been told “no” so often early in his career that he felt like if he didn’t say “yes”, he might not be given the opportunity to perform again.
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WORD OF THE DAY Irenicaye-REN-ikPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Greek, mid 19th century 1Aiming or aimed at peace. Examples of Irenic in a sentence "I try to read irenic poetry for bed, because it helps me sleep better." "The yoga retreat aimed to put us all in a more irenic frame of mind."