“I am a German Lady and 10 years ago I hardly spoke English. Kindly bear with my “Germish”! Thank you.”

S-P-A-C-E looked at from different angles

S-P-A-C-E as a noun:

  • An empty area
  • Outside Earth Atmosphere
  • A period of time
  • In writing / printing
  • Freedom
  • Where things exist / move

S-P-A-C-E as idioms:

  • Gaze into space
  • Evenly spaced plants

S-P-A-C-E as a phrase:

  • Spaced out

And then there is “spacious”, “spaciously” & “spaciousness”:
“White walls can give a feeling of spaciousness.”

My knack for playing around with words conjured up the following:
It is fun to make S-P-A-C-E within a wide open S-P-A-C-E — I’m not referring to “outer S-P-A-C-E”  — within a S-P-A-C-E of a few minutes.
Gazing at certain S-P-A-C-E-S where things are moving and focusing on what bothers you most, solutions just jump into my mind.
Sometimes they are already in your mind and I only facilitate their “emergence”!

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