Three Emotions

Three Emotions

Loneliness: (*)            • adjective (lonelier, loneliest) 1 sad because one has no

                                         friends or company. 2 solitary. 3 unfrequented and remote.

Confusion: (*)             • noun 1 the state of being confused; uncertainty or bewilderment.

                                          2 a situation or state of panic or disorder. 3 the mistaking of one

                                         person or thing for another.

Contentment: (*)        content1          /kntent/  • adjective in a state of peaceful happiness

                                        or satisfaction.  • verb 1 satisfy; please. 2 (content oneself with)

                                       accept (something) as adequate despite wanting something more

                                       or better.  • noun 1 a state of happiness or satisfaction. 2 a member

                                       of  the British House of Lords who votes for a motion.

                                      PHRASES to one’s heart’s content to the full extent of one’s desires.

                                      DERIVATIVES  contentment noun.  ORIGIN Latin contentus

                                      ‘satisfied’, from tenere ‘to hold’.

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Brother, father, photographer, filmmaker, writer, artist, veteran, Iroquois/Scottish, aquarian and lover of Martinis "so dry you have to blow the dust off." There are many I admire: Maya Angelou, Ezra Pound, Morris Dees, Cornel West and Alan Alda (Hawkeye Pierce M*SH) for his art and activism. A true activist. Me? Heading towards being a feminist and I am working on my own human condition. Onward Together!
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