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Quite certainly this is the case (even if you learn all words from a dictionary), but this is more of a philosophical debate. It is unclear what you are after when referring to 'pessimistic', 'optimistic', or 'abstract' outcomes, but I can point you in the right direction in case you want to read up more on this subject. One concept that comes to mind from ...


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There are many reasons why people want to have children : Some want to have children because they hope it can save their declining marriage / relationship Some want to have children because they feel instinctively driven towards it Some want to have children because they feel they're supposed to Some want to have children because they feel they're missing ...


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Much of what we perceive cannot be expressed by language. It's unspeakable. As a consequence, differences in interpretation are very common, especially when it involves complex abstract concepts or highly subjective emotional experiences. To quote Kim Krizan: Creation seems to come out of imperfection. It seems to come out of a striving and a ...


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Although popular culture and public opinion may lead people to believe that self injury is either a phase or people seeking attention. The truth is that this behavior becomes an unhealthy coping mechanism for any number of unpleasant scenarios. The idea of distractionary coping mechanisms by themselves are not harmful, but self injury is specifically more ...



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