"Birds of a feather flock together" means that similar people, or people with similar interests will tend to gravitate towards each other. Do birds of a feather flock together? This is an interesting question, and there are arguments on both sides. Let us look, therefore at both sides of the … [Read more...] about Arguments for and against: Do birds of a feather flock together?
Proverbs, Sayings, Idioms and Phrases
Origin: This phrase possibly originates in posters used during World War II in Britain that said 'Keep Calm And Carry On'. Many variations of the original phrase have been created since that time. Meaning: This saying has a bipartite meaning. Firstly, it means that we should stay calm, and thus, … [Read more...] about ‘Keep calm and work hard’ – Origin and Meaning
Origin: There is no definite origin of the phrase life is precious, it is a common feeling that humans have had throughout history. However, this phrase can be rooted in a definite concept: the idea of the sanctity of life which can be traced back to the texts associated with many world … [Read more...] about Short Paragraph on ‘Life is Precious’
Carpe diem means 'seize the day'. It is a Latin phrase, originating in the poetry of the Roman writer Horace (or Quintus Horatius Flaccus to give his full name). 'Seizing the day' is all about knowing what we want from life, living in the present moment and being spontaneous too! Seize the day … [Read more...] about 7 Ways to Seize the Day – Carpe Diem
The proverb, 'laughter is the best medicine', means that 'laughter is the best way to recover'. The implication of this proverb is that 'laughter is better at curing us than other things (like pills)'. Medicine here means more generally a cure, or something that makes us feel better. That could … [Read more...] about Short Paragraph on ‘Laughter is the best medicine’