Thousands of years ago, the Ancients came up with a system of converting letters of their alphabet into numerical values in order to calculate and decipher the fundamental nature of a person, a thing or an abstract concept. There are numerical relationships found throughout the ancient world, including the Bible in which the symbolism of numbers is also extensive.
The featured name in each Name Story is calculated into a numerical value called a “Destiny” number. There are eleven possible Destiny Numbers, #1 through #9, plus Master #11 and 22. The personality traits located at the bottom of Name Stories prints fall into one of the following “types”:
#1: Pioneer. The Pioneer marches to...
The name heard around the world. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
― William Butler Yeats. Time to celebrate the hard-one accomplishments of our 2019 graduates. Woohoo!!! Way to go!!!
As we prepare for Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 12, 2019, I asked myself… where does the word “mother” come from anyway? And when I get an itchy question in my head, I start googling my heart out.
As it turns out, a team of researchers at the University of Reading’s School of Biological Sciences recently released a study wherein they believed they have identified the 23 oldest words in all human languages. And guess what? Mother is one of them.
Here’s what’s remarkable about this linguistic research. They estimate that the word mother in its purest form is more than 15,000 years old. Languages are a funny thing – their longevity is only about 8,000 years before natural extension...
A boy of heart & soul from the pages of one of the most beloved (and banned) books in the history of American Literature.