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Jul. 1st, 2001

Word of the Day

Okay, I hate to do this to you, but please allow me to take some of your time to get a bit philosophical with you. I've heard people tell me in the past, "Cher, nothing seems to bother you." Well sure things bother me, but I've learned to roll with the punches and only fight the battles that are worth fighting. Some things just aren't worth it. This isn't something that totally happened overnight. It was like a a maturing process as the result of a traumatic event--my divorce, I assume. I know I sound like I've been seeing a therapist, but I assure you these are my own analogies. As I grew and became the person that I am today, I realized that this enlightenment was the key to my happiness. It's nothing that I can explain to you. You have to figure it out on your own, but I am definitely a better person as a result of it. I've met others who have been awakened such as I, and I feel as though I'm a part of some secret society. Then there are those people who are clueless and they'll always be clueless and wonder why I am so fucking happy. Poor souls. They just don't get it.
With that said, I bring you the CherBear Word of the Day...

esoteric (s-trk)

1. Intended for or understood by only a particular group: an esoteric cult.
2. Of or relating to that which is known by a restricted number of people.
3. Confined to a small group: esoteric interests.
Not publicly disclosed; confidential.

Used in a sentence: The peace and calmness in my life is explained by nothing more than esoteric philosphies.

Jun. 26th, 2001

All is well...

Tammy just called and has landed safely in Iowa. Even though she missed her departure, she did make her connection in Atlanta and is doing fine.

Here's the word of the day:

masochism (ms-kzm)
The deriving of sexual gratification, or the tendency to derive sexual gratification, from being physically or emotionally abused.
The deriving of pleasure, or the tendency to derive pleasure, from being humiliated or mistreated, either by another or by oneself.
A willingness or tendency to subject oneself to unpleasant or trying experiences.

Use the word in a sentence: Jeffrey enjoys masochism. Just ask him.

Jun. 25th, 2001

(no subject)

I'm feeling really somber today. I don't know why. I've just haven't been quite up to par today at all. Maybe I'm tired. Maybe I have a lot on my mind. Maybe I'm allergic to my job. I think it's a combination of all three.

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