Did you know... ... that today is Prevent Cruelty to Animals Day? In 1866, the ASPCA was founded on this date by Henry Bergh when he received a charter from the state of New York. ASPCA was the first humane society in the U.S. Celebrate today - and every day - by being kind to … Continue reading Saturday 10th April
WORD OF THE DAY Heuristichyoo-RIS-tikPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Greek, early 19th century 1Enabling a person to discover or learn something for themselves.2A heuristic process or method. Examples of Heuristic in a sentence "The pottery professor’s heuristic technique helped students discover their own sculpting style." "This heuristic will help interested parties become better writers."
If you're going through a rough time, keep going until you reach the end.If you're going through hell, keep going. (Winston Churchill)==========It isn't what happens that matters, but how you respond to it.Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it. (Lou Holtz)
Taking public transport? Offer your seat to someone else
Let Her Rip Meaning: Permission to start, or it could mean 'go faster!'
Comfort of your home.Be the change.Beyond the limit.Moving mountains.Moments of clarity.Mark of excellence.Redefining impossible.It's our pleasure.Lead the way.All as one.
Rainfall in autumnRising sun communicatesFood's shared reckless
WORD OF THE DAY Synecdochesə-NEK-də-keePart of speech: nounOrigin: Late Middle English, 1350s 1A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the whole or vice versa. Examples of Synecdoche in a sentence "The team’s full name is the Jacksonville Jaguars, but they are often referred to by the synecdoche, “Jaguars.”" "The brand manager decided that the maple … Continue reading W.O.T.D.