reclusiverɪˈkluːsɪv/adjective 1 avoiding the company of other people; solitary."he led a reclusive life" 2 synonyms: 3 solitary, secluded, isolated, hermit-like, cloistered, sequestered, withdrawn, retiring, shut away; introverted, unsociable, antisocial, misanthropic; rareseclusive, eremitic, eremitical, hermitic, anchoritic "she lived a reclusive life and was hardly ever seen"adj.隐居的；隐遁的
Creativity is the mix of knowledge from different fields / topics. Hence, never stop learning. Because you are already on your way to create something original. An original outcome - a legacy of your individuality manifested in this physical world.
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An important Introduction I find that I need to share it here to all earthlings (as though the awareness of climate change hasn't been greater). Besides understanding wide ranges of the whole philosophy context, Gaarder has addressed the importance in conserving mother earth. Merely not for the sake of the lives of our future generations … Continue reading Sophie’s World 20th Anniversary Edition
"Time traveling to the past only conjures up memories, which can lead to guilt and countless "what if" scenarios. Neither of which are productive in the present moment. Time traveling to the future can make you anxious since nothing is set in stone. This will only lead to hesitation and unfocused work in the present … Continue reading Live in the Now.
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brusque brəsk/ adjective adjective: brusque abrupt or offhand in speech or manner. "she could be brusque and impatient" synonyms: curt, abrupt, blunt, short, sharp, terse, peremptory, gruff; More antonyms: polite Origin mid 17th century: from French, ‘lively, fierce,’ from Italian brusco ‘sour. brusque 英 [brʊsk; bruːsk] 美 [brʌsk] adj. 唐突的；直率的；无礼的 n. (Brusque)人名；(法)布吕斯克 网络释义英英释义 布吕斯屈埃 中文:布吕斯屈埃;英语:Brusque;法语:Brusque; 基于1000个网页-相关网页 唐突的 英语新词汇与常用词汇的翻译(B4)a - 外贸族 ... brushy 如毛刷的 brusque 唐突的 brusquely 唐突地 ... 基于81个网页-相关网页 无礼的 形容词大全 B … Continue reading WOD
perennial UK /pəˈren.i.əl/ US /pəˈren.i.əl/ lasting a very long time, or happening repeatedly or all the time 长期存在的；常年的；不断发生的；反复的 The film "White Christmas" is a perennial favourite.《白色圣诞》是一部经久不衰、深受欢迎的影片。 We face the perennial problem of not having enough money.我们长期面临资金不足的问题。
aversion əˈvəːʃ(ə)n/ noun noun: aversion; plural noun: aversions 1 a strong dislike or disinclination."they made plain their aversion to the use of force" 2 synonyms: 3 dislike of, distaste for, disinclination, abhorrence, hatred, hate, loathing, detestation, odium, antipathy, hostility; Moredisgust, revulsion, repugnance, horror; phobia; resistance, unwillingness, reluctance, avoidance, evasion, shunning; informalallergy; archaicdisrelish "their deep-seated aversion … Continue reading WOD