Tag : positive vocabulary

EmphaZen! Emphasis on Zen. Zen is being present in the moment. The past is gone away, the future only a promise. We only have the present of the present. Emphasize It. EmphaZen! ~ Submitted by David Schmelzer, PosiWord team leader.

1. Characterized by positive comprehension of the parts of something as interconnected and explicable as positivity impacts the whole

2. Characterized by implementation of Positivity of the whole person, taking into account mental, social and physical.

3. Characterized by implementation of Positivity at all times and in all places so as to be omnipresent.

New / made up words are needed to create a better foundation of positivity, to balance the huge 10:1 ratio of negative to positive words in our vocabulary and also to better express positive ideas, feelings and actions. New PosiWords will also create words to describe that which has no word to adequately express the idea. New PosiWords will also add synonyms and emphasis a higher degree of positivity than existing words. It may be a completely new word or also be made up of one or more words combined with each other or a prefix or suffix.

Famtabulous – combining Fantastic and Fabulous to have both a fantastic and fabulous feeling. To express and over the top feeling of feeling out of the ordinary fantastic or fabulous.

Many of the words we use today have “baggage”. They have history, culture and many other weighing factors that go into their meaning. All of these factors can often lead to negative interpretations or emotions depending upon how the words are taken. Some of the changes are often due to language evolving. No longer does the Christmas carol Deck The Halls have one interpretation with the line “don we now are gay apparel… have but one meaning.

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