Verbs, Not Nouns

A noun restricts.

A verb complements.

The noun is static and the verb is dynamic.

Words lack temporality. Definitions are ephemeral. Nouns suffer from this the most.

Verbs are rooted in action and not perception. They are more resistant to aging.

There is a lot of social construction at play with nouns, not much with verbs.

Nouns are bundles of verbs and adjectives. Their power lies in gestalt.

This means every noun holds a little more than you can carry.

Verbs are purchases for your identity. Mind the budget.

Every noun is debt. Your confidence keeps the score.

Build yourself through verbs, not nouns.

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