words [wərd] noun, an element of writing that can bring instances and situations to life and convey emotions that are hard to explain.

life [līf] noun, the never ending cycle of disappointments, anger, frustrations, and truths with an unsatisfactory dose of happiness.

dis·ap·point·ment [ˌdisəˈpointmənt] noun, a moment of silence or a deep frown dedicated to finding out what you thought was true isn’t true at all.

growth [grōTH] noun, in order to grow, sometimes you need to lose the most essential parts of your being before you can bloom.

de·ter·mi·na·tion [dəˌtərməˈnāSH(ə)n] noun, the act of casting aside fear and expectations and pursuing what you want for the sake of yourself.

love [ləv] noun, an overwhelming emotion that turns its victims into sensitive idiots.

ser·en·dip·i·ty [ˌserənˈdipədē] noun, a happy-chance that comes once in a blue-moon, and never stays for long.

un·der·stand·ing [ˌəndərˈstandiNG] noun, taking a moment to immerse yourself in the issues of another human being.

lone·li·ness [ˈlōnlēnəs] noun, an unbearable silence that only involves you.

hap·pi·ness [ˈhapēnəs]  noun, a brief moment that can possible involve one or all of the following: laughter, contentment, or a beautiful smile.

anx·i·e·ty [aNGˈzīədē] noun, a feeling that steals joy and replaces it with an irrational fear of the future and a need to fix the future before it fixes you.

​car·pe di·em [ˌkärpā ˈdēˌem] exclamation, taking advantage of your advantages before they cease to exist.

con·tent·ment [kənˈtentmənt] noun, a sense of satisfaction with what you have​