The word means in the description or intention for something. Basically, what we say has meaning behind it. So, whatever we express and describe their lays some intention or description about it. Therefore, it is said one must speak after thinking. Because once you said something wrong it may hurt another person that is usually unforgettable. So, it is essential to first know about the words you are saying and then say to someone so no one feels about what you say.
Sometimes we speak with some harsh expressions. Although another person doesn’t know what you mean and your harsh expressions may create a problem. Thus, when we speak, we should have good facial expressions along with good intentions behind our sayings. Even our purpose, aim and goal also are the intention. These are something we mean to perform or do in our life. so, one must do with positivity so people come to know what you really mean and want to do. For example, if you want to get a good result, it's mean you really mean it, you will work hard to achieve your goals.
What i think it really means is: i'm a teacher. I am a teacher. I teach all the time, as you do and as all of you do-whether we know it or not, whether we take responsibility for it or not. I hold nothing back because i want to see that light go off. I like to see the children say, 'i never thought of that before.' and i think, 'i've got them!'
Our german language has a word which in a magnificent way denotes conduct based on this spirit: doing one's duty [pflichterfllung]-which means serving the community instead of contenting oneself. We have a word for the basic disposition which underlies conduct of this kind in contrast to egoism and selfishness-idealism. By 'idealism' we mean only the ability of the individual to sacrifice himself for the whole, for his fellow men.
I am looking forward very much to getting back to cambridge, and being able to say what i think and not to mean what i say: two things which at home are impossible. Cambridge is one of the few places where one can talk unlimited nonsense and generalities without anyone pulling one up or confronting one with them when one says just the opposite the next day.
Some damage is too severe, some harm endures. And what you have to do is accept it. And by accept it i mean, dont be the paralyzed person in the bed who is waiting to walk again. Realize, its never gonna happen. And find some other way to get around swing from a vine, get a mad max wheelchair. Anything butwait.
When i so pressingly urge a strict observance of all the laws, let me not be understood as saying there are no bad laws, nor that grievances may not arise, for the redress of which, no legal provisions have been made. I mean to say no such thing. But i do mean to say, that, although bad laws, if they exist, should be repealed as soon as possible, still while they continue in force, for the sake of example, they should be religiously observed.