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“Behold Thy Mother”, a Scriptural Rosary book, is steeped in beauty and tradition with sacred art, meditations by Church fathers, popes, saints and esteemed Catholic theologians, a side by side English/Latin translation of the Scripture verses, and medieval graphics. “Behold Thy Mother” is stamped with an imprimatur by Most Reverend Peter F. Christensen, Bishop of the Diocese of Boise and has received 5 star reviews. This painting by Carlo Cignani is titled "Virgin and Child".

“Behold Thy Mother”, a Scriptural Rosary book, is steeped in beauty and tradition with sacred art, meditations by Church fathers, popes, saints and esteemed Catholic theologians, a side by side English/Latin translation of the Scripture verses, and medieval graphics. “Behold Thy Mother” is stamped with an imprimatur by Most Reverend Peter F. Christensen, Bishop of the Diocese of Boise and has received 5 star reviews. This painting by Carlo Cignani is titled "Virgin and Child".

Like wading in and ocean of memories.  Each wave that crashes over me brings a different emotion.  A smile delights my heart when I think of you and then I am awash in sadness that you are gone.  Drowning in my tears.  Waiting for the tide to sweep me away.

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Like wading in and ocean of memories. Each wave that crashes over me brings a different emotion. A smile delights my heart when I think of you and then I am awash in sadness that you are gone. Drowning in my tears. Waiting for the tide to sweep me away.

32 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language

32 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language

Ephemeral ~ (adj) lasting for a very short time. ~ Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language)

yakamoz | (n.) | the reflection of the moon as it shines upon the water | turkish | #wordstoliveby

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yakamoz | (n.) | the reflection of the moon as it shines upon the water | turkish | #wordstoliveby

The English language doesn't always have a word for all of the intense emotions we experience. This Portuguese word captures one such emotion.

The English language doesn't always have a word for all of the intense emotions we experience. This Portuguese word captures one such emotion.

pronunciation | ‘sau-“da-dE    a nostalgic longing form something or someone that was loved and then lost, with the knowledge that it or they might never return; 'the love that remains'.

pronunciation | ‘sau-“da-dE a nostalgic longing form something or someone that was loved and then lost, with the knowledge that it or they might never return; 'the love that remains'.

this has always been one of my favourite words ever since my English teacher first mentioned this in the class.

this has always been one of my favourite words ever since my English teacher first mentioned this in the class.

saudade | (n.) | a deep, nostalgic, and melancholic longing for something or soeone, often accompanied with a denied fast that what one longs for will never come back | portuguese | #wordstoliveby

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saudade | (n.) | a deep, nostalgic, and melancholic longing for something or soeone, often accompanied with a denied fast that what one longs for will never come back | portuguese | #wordstoliveby

#petrichor, noun, origin: greek, doctor who, rain, scent, dry earth, english, gorgeous, new earth, new, earth, personal favorites, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, repost, P, definitions, the doctor's wife,

#petrichor, noun, origin: greek, doctor who, rain, scent, dry earth, english, gorgeous, new earth, new, earth, personal favorites, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, repost, P, definitions, the doctor's wife,

This describes one aspect of how I feel about Sweden, the lands where my maternal ancestors dwelled.  Although I've never been there, I miss my "home" there.

This describes one aspect of how I feel about Sweden, the lands where my maternal ancestors dwelled. Although I've never been there, I miss my "home" there.

`“saudade” (or sodade in Cape Verdean, a dialect of Creole).  It translates directly in English as nostalgia, but to a native speaker it has a much richer meaning.   It is the deep emotional state of nostalgic longing for an absent something or someone that one loves. Even deeper still, it describes the feeling towards people and things whose whereabouts are unknown…it is the love that remains in the space of absence.

Lost & Found: The Emotional Alchemy of Saudade

`“saudade” (or sodade in Cape Verdean, a dialect of Creole). It translates directly in English as nostalgia, but to a native speaker it has a much richer meaning. It is the deep emotional state of nostalgic longing for an absent something or someone that one loves. Even deeper still, it describes the feeling towards people and things whose whereabouts are unknown…it is the love that remains in the space of absence.

My favorite word. There is no real translation for it. But this one comes close. And it's something everyone has felt or will feel. Saudade. *Note: The 2nd "d" in Portuguese is pronounced as "je'"

My favorite word. There is no real translation for it. But this one comes close. And it's something everyone has felt or will feel. Saudade. *Note: The 2nd "d" in Portuguese is pronounced as "je'"

Saudade the best word in the world! No real meaning rather a feeling. - Nahe

Saudade the best word in the world! No real meaning rather a feeling. - Nahe

Saudade was once described as "the love that remains" after someone is gone. Saudade is the recollection of feelings, experiences, places or events that once brought excitement, pleasure, well-being, which now triggers the senses and makes one live again. What a lovely word.

Saudade was once described as "the love that remains" after someone is gone. Saudade is the recollection of feelings, experiences, places or events that once brought excitement, pleasure, well-being, which now triggers the senses and makes one live again. What a lovely word.