Letters from Igniza

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Being Nervous, Explained by The Nerve of It

We have something to say and it is not always good. Yet, we couldn’t because we are nervous.

Well…I do have something to say. I have often felt nervous in numerous situations. There were times I get a writer’s block when I do feel nervous. I would be pressured to not be able to write something I like or want, or that I haven’t proof-read my work, or that people are judgmental. Perhaps as you read this, you could sympathize with me. At this moment as I am writing, I am nervous. I am using the thoughts of my insecurities and so on that drove myself into doing so now.

Nerve

NOUN 1. A whitish fibre or bundles of fibres in the body that transmits impulses of sensation to the brain or spinal cord, and impulses from these to the muscles and organs; 2. (one’s nerve or one’s nerves) One’s steadiness and courage in a demanding situation; 3. (nerves) Feelings of nervousness; 4. [mass noun] informal Impudence or audacity; 5. Botany  A prominent unbranched rib in a leaf, especially in the midrib of the leaf of a moss.

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The Word, Oeurve

Oeuvre is a “work” of art.

This is a French word to refers a masterpiece.

No matter what kind of artist whether you are a painter, a composer or a writer, they all express through their own abilities on whichever belongs to them. All skills have are equivalent to each other.

The masterpieces are made to be unveiled. Seen or heard. The displays of talent to be known and the chances to be appreciated.

We live in a world of creation.

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Motioning the Motion & Emotions

Everything moves.

Every being and system has its own movement in accordance. Everything participate as an ongoing ensemble. Each thing has a role to play in a never-ending story.

With movement, things are happening but what you cannot see is the feel of emotion.

I motion my hands to write what I feel. I do hope my inputted emotions in words can be motioned into you.

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The Word, Ephemeral

One word is just too short. Everything with life is, as well.

The word, “ephemeral” describes it in one word. “Lasting for a very short time.”, the meaning leaves a daunting wonder. It reminds how the little things matters.

Like the flowers, they are ephemeral beings on Earth. These still and small green to colorful bits of life have only a brief moment or I can say one season.

Spring, the time to bloom is where its’ prime is unleashed. It is an ephemeral time.

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How “to Befriend”, not “Friend” to be Friends

I wonder of what today’s “friend” is defined.

“Friend” can be either too ambiguous or vague to tell.

Suppose those who are your friends. And suppose they aren’t.

I would like to ask, what sort of friend is that person. Are they there? But no one can tell or should they?

The friendships are the circles is surrounded by a larger circle that is a world; however, these many small circles are very often overlapped. This is where I will draw the fine lines of friends.

Friend

NOUN 1. A person with whom one has a bond of mutual affection, typically one exclusive of sexual or family relations; 1.1 (Used as a polite form of address or in ironic reference) an acquaintance or a stranger one comes across; 1.2 Archaic One’s close relatives; 1.3 A person who supports a cause, organization, or country by giving financial or other help; 1.4 A person who is not an enemy or opponent; an ally; 1.5 A familiar or helpful thing; 1.6 A contact on a social networking website.

VERB 1. informal Add (someone) to a list of friends or contacts on a social networking website; 2. archaic Befriend (someone)

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