“The beginning of wisdom is a definition of terms.” Socrates
by Ken Morimoto
There is only 1 option to take daily, to progress or die. Choose your path.
prog·ress [n. prog-res, -ruhs or, especially Brit., proh-gres; v. pruh-gres] Show IPA
1. a movement toward a goal or to a further or higher stage:the progress of a student toward a degree.
2. developmental activity in science, technology, etc.,especially with reference to the commercial opportunitiescreated thereby or to the promotion of the material well-being of the public through the goods, techniques, orfacilities created.
3. advancement in general.
4. growth or development; continuous improvement: He showsprogress in his muscular coordination.
5. the development of an individual or society in a directionconsidered more beneficial than and superior to the previouslevel.
6. Biology . increasing differentiation and perfection in thecourse of ontogeny or phylogeny.
7. forward or onward movement: the progress of the planets.
8. the forward course of action, events, time, etc.
9. an official journey or tour, as by a sovereign or dignitary.
–verb (used without object) pro·gress
10. to go forward or onward in space or time: The wagon trainprogressed through the valley. As the play progressed, theleading man grew more inaudible.
11. to grow or develop, as in complexity, scope, or severity;advance: Are you progressing in your piano studies?
die –verb (used without object), died, dy·ing.
1. to cease to live; undergo the complete and permanentcessation of all vital functions; become dead.
2. (of something inanimate) to cease to exist: The laughter diedon his lips.
3. to lose force, strength, or active qualities: Superstitions dieslowly.
4. to cease to function; stop: The motor died.
5. to be no longer subject; become indifferent: to die to worldlymatters.
6. to pass gradually; fade or subside gradually (usually followedby away, out, or down ): The storm slowly died down.
7. Theology . to lose spiritual life.
8. to faint or languish.
9. to suffer as if fatally: I’m dying of boredom!
11. to desire or want keenly or greatly: I’m dying for a cup of coffee.