words are mighty source
of both understanding and
© said sadain, jr. 2018
wild reader. writer in the wild. technologist at work. not necessarily in that order.
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Oh, so true! 😉
Thank you, Irene! 😊
Thanks, Ana 😊
Salam! Glad to meet you here! Yey!😊 Thanks for the like too.
Wa alaykumum assalam, Joy! My pleasure finding you here in WP. Please extend my greetings to Prof. Jul. And thanks for the connection 🙂
Me too sir! So happy to see you here😊ok I will Jul. And thank you too😊 Salam.
I will tell Jul rather hehe
This is so true. Words are amazing….especially philology and etymology!!
Thanks for dropping by! Indeed, o Steward of the Richard St. Barbe Baker Afforestation Area! And these fields of study will only become more interesting going into the future. Would philology develop a fool-proof method of distinguishing between fake news and words of truth? Would etymologists of the future get the chance to dissect how socmed might have evolved into a veritable wordwar zone when they look at our present times? In the Philippines free-wheeling press and politics, for instance, so-called ‘thought’ leaders are now talking about ‘weaponizing’ and ‘taking back’ the Internet as if words can still be reined in like a djinn out of the bottle 🙂