Word of the Week: Intrepid

Main Entry: in·trep·id
Pronunciation: \in-ˈtre-pəd\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin intrepidus, from in- + trepidus alarmed
Definition: (adj.) fearless; adventurous

Sure, we all wrestle with some sort of fear. Whether it’s crime, world hunger or the realization that we will never eat another Twinkie. (Dang Hostess!)

But, if fear consumes you or seems to be taking over your life, this word has some great power for you.

Be fearless this year! Live for something greater thank yourself. There is a world that needs you.

Example: The intrepid soldier ran into the line of fire to save his buddy

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