Abstract. From Latin abstractus, literally ‘drawn away’,
past participle of abstrahere, ab- ‘from’ + trahere ‘draw off’.
-Existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or
concrete existence "abstract concepts such as love and beauty"
-Relating to or denoting art that does not attempt to represent
external reality but rather seeks to achieve its effect using shapes,
colours, and textures. "abstract Art"
Brothers. Old English brōthor, of Germanic origin;
related to Dutch broeder and German Bruder,
from an Indo-European root shared by Latin frater.
-a man in relation to other sons and daughters of his parents.
-a male associate or fellow member of an organization.
An art pattern developed by Bono Mourits
Meanings. The word, a distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used with
others (or sometimes alone) to form a sentence, name, expression, designation.
-"Be as good as one's word"
-1 Peter 1:25 but the word of the Lord endures forever."
And this is the word that was preached to you.
Meditation. Focusing one’s mind for a period of time, in silence or with the aid of chanting.
The action or practice of contemplation, study, thought, consideration, reflection, prayer,
deliberation, concentration “cultivating the presence of God in meditation and prayer”.
-From Latin meditat- ‘contemplated’, from the verb meditari, meaning ‘measure’;
related to mete; from Latin meta ‘boundary, goal'.
-Old English metan ‘measure’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch meten
and German messen ‘to measure’, from an Indo-European root.
Nature. From the latin nasci meaning grow.
from Latin nat- ‘born’, to natura ‘birth, nature, quality’.
-The phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants,
animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth,
including human behaviour, human culure and human creations.
-The basic or inherent features, character, or qualities of something.
Transformation. From the Latin transformatio, the verb transformare, or
the old French transformer. A marked change in form, nature, or appearance.
A metamorphosis, evolution, mutation, revolution during the life cycle of a being.
-Trans from Latin trans ‘across‘ beyond. Through another state or place.
-Form from the Latin formare ‘to form’ and Latin forma ‘a mould or form’
A particular way in which a thing exists or appears. the visible shape, configuration.
Zodiac. Via Latin from Greek zōidiakos, from zōidion
‘sculptured animal figure’, diminutive of zōion ‘animal’.
Late Middle English: from Old French zodiaque.
A belt of the heavens divided into respective position;
-In the west known as Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo,
Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces.
-In the east known as Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake,
Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig