Shackled By Platitudes

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  1. Aug 31,  · Shame’s outer layers and manifestations are numerous and deceptive in that they guide us away from this primal source. People have been left trying to heal themselves with easier-said-than-done platitudes, self-help prescriptions, or endless hours in an uninformed therapist’s office. There is a more direct and effective route.
  2. Jan 07,  · I’m a creature of my time, shackled by the thinking of the day. To paraphrase the saying made famous by the infamous former U.S. secretary of defence Donald Rumsfeld: We only know what we know; we don’t know what we don’t know.
  3. Platitude definition is - the quality or state of being dull or insipid. How to use platitude in a sentence.
  4. Aug 20,  · And more importantly, it says you are not shackled by narrow-minded patriotism – unlike the uncouth, gormless man in the street. In other words, it .
  5. There are cases of people being shackled, on clerical whim, to posts in the Thames at low tide for them to drown as the tide flowed back in for the crimes of blasphemy and treason. And all this brutal violence was done in public so as to intimidate and silence all those who may have otherwise spoken out.
  6. Platitude definition, a flat, dull, or trite remark, especially one uttered as if it were fresh or profound. See more.
  7. Jun 05,  · The Framers designed a system of government limited in scope and shackled by the Constitution. A system designed to do little as opposed to doing too much. They attempted to build a system based on.
  8. Shackled By Rhyme by jaybird1. How I yearn to write in free verse, free from rhythm, cadence and free to roam about ethereally elations, using platitudes and beatitudes. I must write of sad yesterdays and hope filled tomorrows and tell of my misty dreams and future schemes. Ah! Yes, these would be.
  9. plat·i·tude (plăt′ĭ-to͞od′, -tyo͞od′) n. 1. A trite or banal remark or statement, especially one expressed as if it were original or significant. See Synonyms at cliché. 2. Lack of originality; triteness: "a passage of platitude which no critical prejudgment can force us to admire" .

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