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    Lauren Martin
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    What’s a word you like the meaning of? Can be a word in another language and its translation or just your favorite word…

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    Mary

    Quirkyalone.

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    Anna

    Enlighten.

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    Alexis

    juxtaposition

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    Ji-Youn

    Kintsugi

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    Jesus

    Yakamoze

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    Alynette

    Reprogram

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    Jessica

    Vermilion

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    Lauren

    Fortuitous

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    India

    Do-er

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    King

    Dépaysement

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    JOSE

    MERAKI

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    Bj Hickman, Certified Master Coach

    Genshai
    It’s a Hindi word that translates to “Never treat others, or yourself, in a way to make them feel small.”

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    Lee

    Gramercy

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    jennifer

    chasm… it’s a word I use to describe how open and raw I can sometimes feel… the distance to peace seems a chasm a way …

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