- Ronna Lambiasi DeLoe: www.ronnalambiasideloe.com
- Maine&NY, United States
- Ronna Lambiasi DeLoe is an author, writer, photographer, professional musician and NY attorney living in Maine and New York. She has an office in NY and is still actively doing appeals. She also play keys, synth & organ in a 7-piece band. Ms. DeLoe's poetry website provides custom poems or personalized poetry for every occasion. The new site is at: https://www.facebook.com/PoetandWriter/?fref=ts. Her photography website is: www.mainestreamphotography.com (live but under construction). Ms. DeLoe's first book of poetry is Serenity at Two Lights and Other Social Issues. It can be found on www.Amazon.com. Her children's book, Goodbye Monsters, can be found at: http://www.amazon.com/Goodbye-Monsters-Ronna-Lambiasi-DeLoe/dp/1633810011/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1436384727&sr=8-1&keywords=ronna+lambiasi+deloe. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and view her webpage at www.ronnalambiasideloe.com.
Friday, March 5, 2010
If you had to eliminate one word or phrase from the English language, what would it be? Why?
That's also an easy one as well. ..the word "can't." That word has paralyzed people, kept them rooted in one spot and not moving forward. There is a whole world waiting for people who say I can't do something. If they learn to believe that they can, they might learn that they truly can and the next time they'll believe it even more and go a step further. This word is one of the worst words in any language. It would be better to use the word sparingly or not at all. So much more would get done, people would have better self-esteem, and fewer arguments would happen. What if someone said we can't stop the wars? Wars would never cease. The only word to use in that situation is "can." The same can be said about many other situations. We must try lest we fail.