Word of the Day (Happy Atheist Day)

Please enjoy today’s Umberto Eco moment for April 1st, 2011. Have a happy Atheist Day. Interesting Fact: Skepticisms is the longest word that alternates hands when typing! (I have my skepticisms about that. )

“The real hero is always a hero by mistake; he dreams of being an honest coward like everybody else.” Umberto Eco

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s extremely deep Word of the Day. I hope to be a fictional, purposeful hero someday.

Psalm 14:1

****Bonus Material****

Please enjoy today’s Catherine de Hueck Doherty moment which every bit as deep as anything else you may have read:

“Acquire inner peace and a multitude will find their salvation near you.” Catherine de Hueck Doherty (It’s what Bible time is all about.)

Now it is time for the super nifty bonus Word (or Phrase) of the Week! Learn and speak English, it’s the Mother Tongue!

riddle (noun, Pronounced RID-ul) : 1: a mystifying, misleading, or puzzling question posed as a problem to be solved or guessed : conundrum, enigma 2: something or someone difficult to understand

Used in a sentence: She asked me if the dress made her look fat. The real riddle was what the safest answer might be.

Jonathan Harvey Author of Shades of Plaid (A Very Unconventional Weekly Journey into Christian Living)
Sample or purchase Shades of Plaid (A Very Unconventional Weekly Journey into Christian Living): http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/50196

Also available on Kindle! Go here

Shades of Plaid (A Very Unconventional Weekly Journey into Christian Living) | http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004UB5E3S

Extra Double Special Bonus: Jo and Jonathan’s Terrible Turtle Conspiracy

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2 Responses to Word of the Day (Happy Atheist Day)

  1. Well… Happy Ashiest day to you, too….

    you know, the red and green plaid on here looks like christmas… I should send you a rainbow version, like the book cover is!

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