Cachinnate – cach·in·nate /ˈkakəˌnāt/ verb: laugh loudly.
Cogitate – cog·i·tate /ˈkäjəˌtāt/ verb: think deeply about something; meditate or reflect.
Namaste – na·ma·ste /ˈnäməˌstā/ noun: a respectful greeting; a conventional Hindu expression; a bow to thee; the divine in me respectfully recognizes the divine in you.
Negro – Ne·gro /ˈnēɡrō/ noun: a member of a dark-skinned group of peoples originally native to Africa south of the Sahara; adjective: relating to black people.
The word, Negro, was respectfully penned when establishing organizations, with a mission to create equality, and empower, as with, The United Negro College Fund (UNCF), founded in April of 1944, by Mary McLeod Bethune, and Frederick D. Patterson, and, The National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW), founded in 1935, by Mary McLeod Bethune.
CAUTION: THE WORD NEGRO, MAY BE CONSIDERED OFFENSIVE. IT IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE AS AN ADDRESS, OR GREETING BY PEOPLE WHOM ARE NOT BLACK, SIMILAR TO A “CERTAIN WORD” UTILIZED BY BLACK COMEDIANS. THERE ARE SIMPLY SOME WORDS NOT MEANT FOR USE BY PEOPLE, WHOM ARE NOT BLACK, AS ITS USE MAY BE CONSIDERED A PEJORATIVE TERM. PROCEED WITH CAUTION.
Cogitate, and cachinnate. We are all connected on this planet, let’s flourish together.