#41- MOST COMMON CHINESE WORD: 個 / 个(gè) Einstein QUOTE

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個 pronounced as  = individual/ this / that / size; 10 strokes; 41th most frequently used Chinese word. 

Simplified:

“Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom.”

Albert Einstein #quotes

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How to write and pronounce 個 / 个(gè)  in Chinese:

#個 / 个(gè) is the 41st most frequently used Chinese word indexed on p. 165 in 3000 Chinese Character Dictionary

5D Notes

(10-3-2019)✍️

When I first started working in a company,

The computer’s analytical program

had 3 function tabs.

As I progressed

It had gradually increased to 9 tabs.

 

If you ask each me to describe the program-

‘Me first’ would say, it has 3 tabs

‘Me second’ would say 9!

Each group had said their truths

and that’s the Truth.

 

If each group said it otherwise,

it would be false

for they can’t be validated

by their own experiences.

Unless with grace

There’s glimpses

of other realities’ existence.

You can’t perceive

What’s not your vibrational match.

Come into peaceful alignment-

It’s within your heart when you are ready

 

If they start to argue and

insist on persuading each other

What they see is the only truth-

It is of no use.

They will think others nuts

Talking in gobbledygook.

 

Each has their own pace.

Don’t rush it

It will cause resistance

Don’t delay it

You will feel depressed.

 

In the spiritual path

We share our notes

RESPECT each truth

That is the True nature

of the 5D earth

 

Pic via Pixabay/ Suwit_Luangpipatsorn

(10-2-2019)✍️

 

Clear heart

In 5D

Blissful sensations

Ebb and flow

#40- MOST COMMON CHINESE WORD: 過(guò) EDGAR CAYCE QUOTE

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, pronounced as guò = across. 13 strokes;  40th most common Chinese word.

Simplified:

‘What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the winter time. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the Sunset.’ ~ Siksika Chief Crowfoot #quotes

How to write pronounce 過(guò)  in Chinese:

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#40: 過(guò) is the 40th most frequently used Chinese word indexed on p. 186 in 3000 Chinese Character Dictionary

I feel such a strong need for our world to understand more about Native American’s (as well as other indigenous people )teaching and here is the good synchronicity news:

Joy Harjo was named poet laureate in June. Her new collection, “An American Sunrise,” celebrates and mourns lost Native traditions.”

Currently reading:

 

4 New Micropoetry (Unity • Illusion • Legend • Galaxy)

 

1

Connecting dots –

The Inner Net

Of unity

 

2

Earth Course

Content Review –

Illusion Is Reality

 

3

Is it a legend

Or is it living

In you –

 

4.

Across galaxy

Here to recall 

Your memory –

 

~Lily Wang #Micropoetry #Celestialpoems

Pic © Shutterstock 

 

 

#39- MOST COMMON CHINESE WORD: 說 (shuō) Einstein/Tesla QUOTES

Stroke animation, pronounced as shuō = say/ speak/persuade. 14 strokes; 39th most frequently used  Chinese word 

Simplified Chinese:

“Most people say that it is the intellect which makes a great scientist. They are wrong: it is character.” ~Albert Einstein #quote

“It is paradoxical, yet true, to say, that the more we know, the more ignorant we become in the absolute sense, for it is only through enlightenment that we become conscious of our limitations. Precisely one of the most gratifying results of intellectual evolution is the continuous opening up of new and greater prospects.” ~ Nikola Tesla #quote

Pic via spiral galaxy/wikipedia

How to write and pronounce /shuō)  in Chinese:

#39: (shuō) is the 39th most frequently used Chinese word indexed on p. 501 in 3000 Chinese Character Dictionary

 

#38- MOST COMMON CHINESE WORD: 得(dé) | Emerson QUOTE

Stroke animation, pronounced as means ‘acquire/ obtain /get /gain. 11 strokes; 38th most common Chinese word

Simplified: 得

“Before we acquire great power, we must acquire wisdom to use it well.” ~Ralph W Emerson. Lectures and Biographical Sketches p.21

Pic Peace Flash

How to write and pronounce 得 (dé)  in Chinese:

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#38: 得 (dé) is the 38th most frequently used Chinese word indexed on p. 98 in 3000 Chinese Character Dictionary

 

The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: 

https://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/emerson/

Lectures and Biographical Sketches:

https://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=emerson;cc=emerson;view=toc;idno=4957107.0010.001

#37- MOST COMMON CHINESE WORD: 要(yāo) |Rumi QUOTE

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, pronounced as ‘yāo’ means  to want/to demand/to request

9 strokes; 37th most common Chinese word 

Simplified Chinese:

“I want to sing like the birds sing, not worrying about who hears or what they think” ~ Rumi #Quotes

Pic © Andy Stuthridge Nature Images/ Flickr

How to say (yào)  in Chinese:

Resource:

#37: 要(yāo) is the 37th most frequently used Chinese word indexed on p. 637 in 3000 Chinese Character Dictionary

The Essential Rumi, New Expanded Edition

 

#36- MOST COMMON CHINESE WORD: 然(rán) |Monet QUOTE

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, pronounced as rán, used after = nature. ( 自然:  rán)

12 strokes; 36th most common Chinese

word. Simplified: 然 

“My wish is to stay always like this, living quietly in a corner of nature. “

~ Claude Monet #Quotes

Artwork: Water-Lilies 36 (Nympheas), c. 1916 by Claude Monet

How to say 自然( rán)-nature in Chinese:

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#36: 然(rán)  is the 36th most frequently used Chinese word indexed on p. 447 in 3000 Chinese Character Dictionary

https://www.claudemonetgallery.org/the-complete-works.html

#35- MOST COMMON CHINESE WORD: 年(nián)-year| ELIOT QUOTE

Stroke animation, pronounced as nián = year. 6 strokes; 35th most common Chinese word. 

Simplified Chinese:

 ‘For last year‘s words belong to last year‘s language

And next year‘s words await another voice. “

~ T.S. Eliot, Little Gidding II Line 65-66 #quotes

Pic via valleycovenant “And the fire and the rose are one.” ~ T. S. Eliot

How to say and write 年(nián)-year in Chinese:

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#35: 年(nián)-year is the 35th most frequently used Chinese word indexed on p. 384 in 3000 Chinese Character Dictionary

Little Gidding by T.S. Eliot:

http://www.columbia.edu/itc/history/winter/w3206/edit/tseliotlittlegidding.html