Motivational Quote/Word/Videos of the Day-28 May 2008


MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE DAY

“The size of the future you actually experience will
largely be determined by one factor: the people you
choose to connect with. When you invite people who are
truly committed to growth into every aspect of your life,
your own potential for growth becomes truly unlimited.”

Dan Sullivan: Speaker and coach to entrepreneurs

BARBARA STREISAND-PEOPLE

WORD OF THE DAY

ENERVATE

(transitive verb, adjective)
[EN-ahr-vayt’]

transitive verb

1. to weaken physically, mentally, or morally; ‘the luxury which enervates and destroys nations’ (Henry David Thoreau): “I was feeling quite enervated by the strain of moving.”

2. (as in medicine) to remove all or part of a nerve

adjective

3. lacking strength or vigor

noun forms: enervation, enervator
additional adjective form: enervative


Origin:
Approximately 1610; from Middle English, ‘enervate’; borrowed from Latin, ‘enervatus,’ past participle of ‘enervare’: to weaken, to cut the sinews of (‘e-‘: out + ‘nervus’: sinew).

DESTINY’S CHILD-SURVIVOR

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