Never fear big long words, for big long words mean little things

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We have at times come across people who are very articulate and have a substantial vocabulary. We tend to think they are very intelligent and perhaps we need to go learn such words. This quote is a good reminder that we don’t have to find or use new and heavy vocabulary to impress and show our perspective. We use little simple words and speak from our heart that can touch the soul and make an impact thats profound.

Sesquipedalian – did you know what this means?

Described in vocabulary.com Sesquipedalian is used to describe someone or something that overuses big words, like a philosophy professor or a chemistry textbook. If someone gives a sesquipedalian speech, people often assume it was smart, even if they don’t really know what it was about because they ’t understand the words. Each of those long words is referred to as a sesquipedalian.

So coming back to the point, it’s always good to learn and expand our mind but do not get carried away by thinking that “Sesquipedalian” is smarter than “Vocabulary”!!

Learn & Practice as a way to connect and speak from your heart. What is Mindfulness?

Never fear big long words, for big long words mean little things
All big things have little names, such as life, and love, or dawn, day, night, hope

Learn to use little words in a big way
It’s to do but it says what you mean  

When you don’t know big words use little words it often fools big people.

Arthur Kudner

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My name is Gurbani Singh. Since I am a teenager, I often find myself searching for positive quotes for girls. After reading these I have made it a goal to post Positive and Inspiring quotes daily. I hope that these are as encouraging to you as they are for me to learn from and apply to our daily lives.

If you are a parent, I hope you find my posts inspirational and motivating. 

Encourage your kids to read and write what this means to them & how they apply this quote to their lives. Also, consider learning and practicing breathing meditation as a way to help and reflect on the message.

You read all of my encouraging quotes for teens

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