• What does compromising your dream mean?

    Best answer: It means that you have to give up part of the dream because it cannot be done along with all the other parts of the dream. You give up part, to get part. that is the idea of compromise: give a little, get a little. It isn't quite an abandonment as a recognition of reality. Almost no one ever fulfills their... show more
    Best answer: It means that you have to give up part of the dream because it cannot be done along with all the other parts of the dream. You give up part, to get part. that is the idea of compromise: give a little, get a little. It isn't quite an abandonment as a recognition of reality. Almost no one ever fulfills their dreams completely. The dreams were never really possible as they were dreamt.

    Often, when it comes to dreams and ideas of our personal futures, we can make compromises (give up part of the dream) in exchange for something else that turns out to have been a bad deal. Thus, you might hear people say to not compromise on your dreams because the exchange is a fake out, a false trade off that makes you end up losing your dream without anything of value to show for it, even if it seemed like a good trade at the time.

    That was the sort of "compromise" women once had to make when they married and stopped pursuing their careers. When hubby left after wifey quit college to help put him through med school or whatever, that wasn't a very good trade for wifey, when all is said and done.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • "I've run" vs. "I've ran" - which is grammatically correct?

    Best answer: "Ran" is the simple past.
    "Run" is the past participle, used when you also have an auxiliary verb like "have."
    Best answer: "Ran" is the simple past.
    "Run" is the past participle, used when you also have an auxiliary verb like "have."
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • What does 'very fond' mean in this context?

    Best answer: Like you. Think highly of you.
    Best answer: Like you. Think highly of you.
    6 answers · 14 hours ago
  • What does this sentence mean: Does it have anything to do with football or soccer?

    Best answer: It could refer to any sport where goals are scored. Soccer, ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, polo, water polo, handball. In American football, the field goal is just one way to score points, by kicking the ball between the goal posts. Scoring by crossing the goal line is called something different (touchdown). ... show more
    Best answer: It could refer to any sport where goals are scored. Soccer, ice hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, polo, water polo, handball.

    In American football, the field goal is just one way to score points, by kicking the ball between the goal posts. Scoring by crossing the goal line is called something different (touchdown). I basketball, a 2 point or 3 point basket is a field goal but the 1 point foul shot is a free throw.
    7 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Please complete this sentence: Americans should learn to...?

    Best answer: Vote for Bernie
    Best answer: Vote for Bernie
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Could you tell me the difference in nuance between the two sentences below?

    Best answer: They are similar, but sentence B. seems like the speaker is surprised and annoyed at the discrepancy between what the speaker thought and what actually happened. Sentence A. sounds like the speaker is pleasantly surprised at the discrepancy.
    Best answer: They are similar, but sentence B. seems like the speaker is surprised and annoyed at the discrepancy between what the speaker thought and what actually happened. Sentence A. sounds like the speaker is pleasantly surprised at the discrepancy.
    6 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Is it savont or savant?

    19 answers · 5 days ago
  • Six letter word that comes to mind when someone says about the kkk?

    Best answer: racist
    Best answer: racist
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Art active seeing vs passive seeing?!?

    What does passive seeing mean? And what does active seeing mean? Any help would be greatly appreciated
    What does passive seeing mean? And what does active seeing mean? Any help would be greatly appreciated
    4 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Is this grammatically correct and sounds poetic? (I always choose the best answer.)?

    It's me. Your everynight's guest.
    It's me. Your everynight's guest.
    6 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Is it rude to phrase something like that?

    Anyways someone told me that a person they knew went into cardiac arrest. I had no idea what that meant until they explained it me. I was still confused so I blurred out “wait so are they alive or are they dead” and the person said they are still trying to bring him back. I just felt the way I said that was so rude... show more
    Anyways someone told me that a person they knew went into cardiac arrest. I had no idea what that meant until they explained it me. I was still confused so I blurred out “wait so are they alive or are they dead” and the person said they are still trying to bring him back. I just felt the way I said that was so rude and just bad all around. The person ended up passing away and now I just feel terrible that I said something that bad
    5 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Is this sentence grammatically correct: “I damn near almost lost her over that.”?

    he has this weird mind power where when he touches people he can see some of their memories and and maybe something bad that’s going to happen to them and feel their emotions and he falls in love with this girl after saving her from being hit by a car despite being afraid to touch people after acccidentally killing... show more
    he has this weird mind power where when he touches people he can see some of their memories and and maybe something bad that’s going to happen to them and feel their emotions and he falls in love with this girl after saving her from being hit by a car despite being afraid to touch people after acccidentally killing his ex girlfriend because he can’t control himself when he touches people sometimes and feels such strong emotions when he touches people sometimes
    5 answers · 7 hours ago
  • What does "Ire" mean? does it mean anger? how related to "Ire-land" maybe? who would have given the name to it? why?

    "Ire' is an English word or Gaelic or other? what means? why , how related to "Ireland"? btw, the Irish are known for their "anger, fighting, etc?" why?
    "Ire' is an English word or Gaelic or other? what means? why , how related to "Ireland"? btw, the Irish are known for their "anger, fighting, etc?" why?
    5 answers · 1 day ago