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Originally posted by Stormdancer777
Can I ask some questions?
When were you introduced to the craft?
Do you think it is possible to learn from a book?
I believe one is born into it.
Originally posted by templar knight
Interesting list but what surprises me is the low level for eating right and exercise correctly. The physical side of the body has to be nourished as much as the mental body - they go hand in hand.
A fit person on a healthy diet makes many better/wise decisions than a drunk.
Main Entry: 1spe·cial
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French or Latin; Anglo-French especial, from Latin specialis individual, particular, from species species
Date: 13th century
1 : distinguished by some unusual quality; especially : being in some way superior
2 : held in particular esteem
3 a : readily distinguishable from others of the same category : unique b : of, relating to, or constituting a species : specific
4 : being other than the usual : additional, extra
5 : designed for a particular purpose or occasion
— spe·cial·ness noun
synonyms special, especial, specific, particular, individual mean of or relating to one thing or class. special stresses having a quality, character, identity, or use of its own . especial may add implications of preeminence or preference . specific implies a quality or character distinguishing a kind or a species . particular stresses the distinctness of something as an individual . individual implies unequivocal reference to one of a class or group .