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Start each day as it is your birthday!
Success is the sum of work and play. – Einstein
It’s not hard to forget the past, but the future that you have imagined.
Mi grandfather used to say: “Where the heart tilt, is where the feet walk” ― Alejandro Jodorowsly
In Spanish, sometimes the etymology (the study of where words come from) can be very helpful in remembering the words. And in some cases, the meanings behind the words themselves can be odd, or funny, and quite a few are culturally relevant. Here are some very interesting and strange Spanish words. 1 – (el) duende The term duende is used in two different situations. First, el duende is a generic term for “goblin” or “gnome” or “wood spirit”. In this sense, the more Germanic legends of gnomes and goblins become linked to el duende, as does the Irish “leprechaun”. In […]