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Today is the first installment of a new series of posts called 'Word of the Week', taken from this most interesting collection of words. I took a sneak-peek at all the words and history tidbits; they are wonderful words that I know you will enjoy pondering and savoring with me.
The first word: INTREPID
Fearless, one without fear. The dictionary defines it as:
audacious: invulnerable to fear or intimidation; "audacious explorers"; "fearless reporters and photographers"; "intrepid pioneers"Yeah, I like that word.
Say to those with anxious heart,"Take courage, fear not. Behold, your G-d will come with vengeance; the recompense of G-d will come, but He will save you." (Is. 35:4)I wrote a bit on this subject before, you may remember, so I won't bore you with a re-hash. Just suffice it to say that it is a constant goal of mine to be intrepid. Indeed!
And, for the curious, here is more information about C.K. Hamilton, famous aviator.
ps. I want to post these at the beginning of the week, but I'm just too excited to wait until Sunday - I'm postin' it early!