The Norns in Norse mythology are Goddesses who rule the destiny of Gods and men. The Norns spin the threads of fate at the foot of Yggdrasil, the tree of the world. Whereas the origin of the name norn is uncertain, it may derive from a word meaning "to twine" and which would refer to their twining the thread of fate.

The Norns in Norse mythology are Goddesses who rule the destiny of Gods and men. The Norns spin the threads of fate at the foot of Yggdrasil, the tree of the world. Whereas the origin of the name norn is uncertain, it may derive from a word meaning "to twine" and which would refer to their twining the thread of fate.

eudaimonia: the sense of having lived a fulfilling life; more simply, true happiness

eudaimonia: the sense of having lived a fulfilling life; more simply, true happiness

To exist is uncertain of the journey you could have...to survive is the living proof that you can exist...yep I just said it!

To exist is uncertain of the journey you could have...to survive is the living proof that you can exist...yep I just said it!

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - kenspeckle - Scot. and North England. conspicuous Wow! Love this word...

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - kenspeckle - Scot. and North England. conspicuous Wow! Love this word...

Arlo is a rare name with uncertain meaning. It was most likely a late 16th century creation by Elizabethan poet Sir Edmund Spenser, author of the epic poem “The Faerie Queene”

Arlo is a rare name with uncertain meaning. It was most likely a late 16th century creation by Elizabethan poet Sir Edmund Spenser, author of the epic poem “The Faerie Queene”

Eldritch - eerie; weird; spooky.                                   Origin: Eldritch is of uncertain origin, but the earlier elrich is equivalent to the Old English el- meaning "foreign, strange, uncanny" and rīce meaning "kingdom"; hence “of a strange country, pertaining to the Otherworld.”

Eldritch - eerie; weird; spooky. Origin: Eldritch is of uncertain origin, but the earlier elrich is equivalent to the Old English el- meaning "foreign, strange, uncanny" and rīce meaning "kingdom"; hence “of a strange country, pertaining to the Otherworld.”

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - catawampus - Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. askew

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - catawampus - Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. askew

"Covering Marines at War, Through Facebook." An interview with Teru Kuwayama. http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/12/21/covering-marines-at-war-through-facebook/

Covering Marines at War, Through Facebook

"Covering Marines at War, Through Facebook." An interview with Teru Kuwayama. http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/12/21/covering-marines-at-war-through-facebook/

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