|The keys to success|
For example: echolalia, remonstrance, truculent, demonstrative, hullabaloo, onomatopoeia, unctuous, preposterous, meshuggah, amuck, asinine, fatuous, tomfoolery, obtuse, sagacious, solicitous, voracious, amenable, lackadaisical, languid, lassitude, ludicrous (I particularly like L words), quirky, aberrant, phantasmagoric, salient, idiosyncratic, sinuous, just to name a few.
Now guess how many of these words are related to the word, "CRAZY?" (5)
And, while I am at it, guess how any of these words had red lines under them before I did a spell check (that would be most of them)?
As we all know there are a number of words that can be synonyms (or near synonyms) for crazy. I wonder what that says about our society?
For example: aberrant, abnormal, absurd, addled, addlepated, airhead, balmy, bananas, bats, batty, birdbrain, bizarre, bizarro, bonkers, certifiable, cuckoo, cracked, crackers, daft, daffy, delusional, demented, dolt, eccentric, fanciful, farcical, far-out, fool, freaky, goofy, haywire, implausible, inconceivable, idiot, insane, jug-head, kooky, laughable, looney, loopy, ludicrous, meshuggah, nonsensical, nutty, off-beat, off-kilter, off-the-wall, one brick shy of a load, odd, outré, outlandish, peculiar, psycho, psychotic, preposterous, queer, quirky, ridiculous., scatty, screwy, spaced-out, strange, teched, unbalanced, unhinged, unsound, unreal, wild, wacko, wacky, way-out, weird, wigged-out, witless. I GIVE UP....CAN YOU THINK OF ANY MORE?
More importantly, there are words I "LOVE" and try to live by. They can be found in the BIBLE.