While the rules of HP will not allow a one word response, I had to write the prelude to my answer...........in a single word.........
..Ok I know that is one word plus a smiley face, but I wasn't sure about the one word rule?
Never want to be the same as anyone else. Proud to be me.
. . . . . . . . . . . . .fuggedaboutit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I am totally a nurturer. Have been since childhood. The one word you are looking for here is nurturer ;-)
Some of these answers are amazing lol
I would have to say....lost. Yeah, I think that works.
I don't define myself. To define is to limit.
Many philosophers have chosen instead to leave some terms undefined. The scholastic philosophers claimed that the highest genera (the so-called ten generalissima) cannot be defined, since we cannot assign any higher genus under which they may fall. Thus we cannot define being, unity and similar concepts. Locke supposes in An Essay Concerning Human Understanding that the names of simple concepts do not admit of any definition.
I have been told that I defy any categorization and I bet you anything my answer is what you least expected.
Recent conversation with the man I sent this quote to:
-- You are a small phenomenon.
-- Small?! Is it a compliment or an invitation for a fight?
-- An invitation for a fight. I would love to fight for you.
You can limit yourself to one word, but why?
Biscuity. Hard and flaky on the outside warm and delicious on the inside.
Perfect! I'm suprised you have to ask.
Great answer Roger Rabbit!
If I would have to describe myself in one word it would be survivor.
In 1 Word I am a Coollllllllll............................................
Unfinished. As I get older I realize how much I have left to learn, to do.
I would describe myself as "complicated". I hold many beliefs that most people would think are conflicting and I have had a lot of experiences that have given me multiple perspectives on life.
Enthusiast! If it's just one word, I am fascinated and curious about, the world around me.
by akuigla 8 years ago
Define God in one word
by akuigla 2 years ago
Define success in one word.Is it having children?Or be respected in the community?Having college diploma.Be in harmony with self.
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
How do you define the word "Christian"?The word Christian is used so casually anymore. I often wonder if people really understand what it means to be a true Christian. Is it just all about religion, or is there a deeper meaning? I am curious to hear your thoughts.
by cjhunsinger 5 years ago
As so many believe that America was founded on the principles of Judaism and Christianity and they are, most certainly, wrong, too, it is said that a Believer is one who believes in unproven supernatural deities. This, I find to be a complete misrepresentation and misuse of the word, belief....
by Demas W Jasper 4 years ago
How do you define the traits of a Christian?Anyone can claim to be a Christian. When you consider what that should mean, what do you look for to see whether or not its more than just a claim?
by Ron Hooft 8 years ago
Define the word "god".
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