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pronunciation | drap-et-O-mAn-E-a note | Drapetomania first appeared in a pseudoscientific article by an American physician in 1851 as a “mental illness” that caused black slaves to try to flee captivity. It supposedly occurred as a result of a master treating their slaves like equals. But though the first usage of the word is deeply rooted in racism, it derives simply from the Greek δραπετης drapetos, meaning “runaway (slave)”, and μανια mania My feelings of late...
pronunciation | drap-et-O-mAn-E-a note | Drapetomania, an overwhelming urge to run away
Came from the slave days, and was considered a medical disease which needed curing if a slave was wanting to escape. So, metaphorically speaking, this word can be used as a noun if you feel trapped and ache for escape.
"It's not the load that breaks you down, it's the way you carry it."
appreciate the past, but be mindful of how beautiful the present can be and is, one day it will also be a memory... make it a good one
Memories are the best gift of the mind.
It's better to walk away than to tolerate nonsense.
What if every day s the perfect day to finally be exactly who you were always meant to be? Tyler Knott Gregson.
Pluviophile (n.) a lover of rain, someone who finds joy and peace of mind during rainy days. me.
Look! A bunch of words that describe a Whovians experience with Doctor Who!
pronunciation | skE-a-mok-E (SKEE-ah-mahk-ee)
Love the darkness! Sweet melody at night only few can hear and see the beauty❤️❤️❤️