Names that don’t do what we believe they do

This  blog is about names we use everyday, names put in language hundreds of years ago. They were passed on from generation to generation from individual to individual. You received them from parents, teachers and elders.  We trust  them to be truth.  But one problem is that some crucial names don’t reflect the facts seen in reality.  Names that don’t reflect and state facts lie and bully.

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1 Comment

November 20, 2012 · 7:33 pm

One response to “Names that don’t do what we believe they do

  1. Reen August

    I couldn’t agree with you more, and have been pursuing the same goal in my own work for many years. I wish you great success.

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