It’s a thin line between right and wrong

It’s a thin line between joy and sad

It’s a thin line that I walk on

Every single day….




The word “mnemonic” is derived from the Ancient Greek word μνημονικός (mnēmonikos), meaning “of memory, or relating to memory”[2] and is related to Mnemosyne (“remembrance”), the name of the goddess of memory in Greek mythology. Both of these words are derived from μνήμη (mnēmē), “remembrance, memory”.[3] Mnemonics in antiquity were most often considered in the context of what is today known as the art of memory.

Ancient Greeks and Romans distinguished between two types of memory: the “natural” memory and the “artificial” memory. The former is inborn, and is the one that everyone uses instinctively. The latter in contrast has to be trained and developed through the learning and practice of a variety of mnemonic techniques. Source: Wikipedia

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It can be music

It can be Name

Expression or a Word

Model sometimes

Funny Ode or Rhyme

It can also be Note

And Image


And Spelling

It’s up to your imagination

Which Mnemonic will work for You.


Here are some examples….

  • The order of taxonomy:

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(Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species)

  • The first eight U.S. presidents:

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(George Washington, John Quincy Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren)

  • The bones of the wrist:

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(Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetral, Pisiform, Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate)


I always wandered when did it happen?

I guess we all remember at least of some moments in our lives when we were kids. Maybe some game, some event in school, something happy, something sad… something.

It was the time when we didn’t know that much, and everything was simple, almoust as black and white. As the time went bye, we added a lot of color, the whole rainbow of color, often a lot of grey, dull, smoky color that somehow made ourreality different. We fall and worry much often than we raise and shine. How wrong we are in our perspective.

Simplify, we must simplify everything. Only then will our colors shine with full splendid grace. At the end, life is amazing.

‘I want to see more dog ADVOCATES, not just dog ‘lovers,’ Nicole continues. ‘Everybody loves dogs but not everybody knows how to advocate for their dog, and help their dog to trust them and convey that they can understand what they need.’

It’s clear her efforts have paid off – no matter how much time it takes, a Bear hug like that must be priceless.

Here is an inspirational story behind this bear-hug photo 🙂 The story about Nicole Handel and her German Shepard pooch Bear. Priceless.

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