Words Within Words

The path can be found in sympathy and empathy.

It’s so easy to believe a lie because a lie is at the center of believe.

Assassination is so bad it has two asses in it.

Creationism has done a lot of harm to our country’s intelligence quotient. No wonder creationism can be rearranged to spell nation crimes.

Look at the palindrome, Madam in Eden, I’m Adam. Not only is it the same forwards and backwards, but its letters can be rearranged to reveal that God was not so sure about his new creation: “I… I made a damned man!”

Compassion shows the way because it starts with a compass.

Every question starts with a quest.

You can tell a true community because it always ends with unity.

You are inside everything that is joyous.

Youth will always have you in it.

You will always be in everything young.

Even though they are odd numbers, seven and eleven are both mostly even.

Try taking a retreat in a forest. After all, a forest is for rest.

Not to be arrogant, but you really can’t have an America without me, Eric, in it.

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5 Responses to Words Within Words

  1. Editor B says:

    This is actually quite brilliant.

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    • EricIndiana says:

      Thanks B,
      These were mostly driven by my unsuccessful efforts to remember the words within words that I used to write on the board for my 2nd graders last year. If I had a better memory… but then I wouldn’t have come up with all these alternatives whilst trying to remember my attempts to be profound in the classroom.

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  2. Paul says:

    The “am” prefix means love. So America is the place where we all love Eric.

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  3. Jaya Menon says:

    Really good work on those words….reminds me of the word that most fascinated me….mother in law, rearranged to woman hitler 🙂

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  4. isha says:

    i do no wat 2 write ya…..sori ya….i didn’t understand anything ya…..bye….=)

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