Word of the Week: Agathist

Pronunciation: AG-uh-thist

noun:  from Greek-derived agath- (good): a person who believes all things tend toward ultimate good.

I’ve been called a lot of things in life, but I’ve never been called an “agathist”. However, now that I know what it means, I would truly embrace this title over my life.

I guess it’s a lot like an optimist. You know… “the glass is half full” kind of guy. It’s really a great way to live. I have an overwhelming belief that ALL THINGS have a way of working together for my good… even the tough stuff. I read it once here and it’s truly stuck with me.

In addition to that, one of my favorite sayings is that “Hindsight is 20/20”. I’ve lived it for so long… I have learned to preach it!

Trust me… eventually it will all make sense. Enjoy the ride and be an agathist. Life’s too short!


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