Takes on a Whole New Meaning

ashart By ashart, 26th May 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Different things actually have many different meanings.

Takes on a Whole New Meaning

To many people, trash often refers to something that is unwanted or broken. But has it ever occur to you that trash can takes on a whole new meaning when they are placed in different situations? In what kind of situations? For example, when someone takes trash and transform them into something new, we will call that recycle. Something new will be created from that piece of trash. Another example will be things that celebrities have used before. Some things used by celebrities will become a piece of treasure when hand over to their supporter. Even if they are things that are being thrown away, when they are picked up by their supporters, they become a treasure. Trash to treasure. Isn’t that something new?

Not many people will notice that everything can actually takes on a whole new meaning. It all boils down to how we look at things. A certain object may be a piece of trash to someone but may be a piece of treasure to another. So, give away things that are still usable, you will never know how precious it might be to another person. Actually, this applies to human too. I’m not saying that you give away your girlfriends or boyfriends when you no longer want them. I’m trying to say that someone in this world is going to treat you like trash but there will also be someone who will treat you like treasure. All you need to do is to find the right person who treats you like a treasure. :)

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Different, Love, Meanings, Objects, Trash, Treasure

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author avatar Carol
26th May 2011 (#)

Yes, we often use a word in the wrong context don't we. ? Good share

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author avatar Songbird B
26th May 2011 (#)

Great share..It makes you think!

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