Idioms

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

These are a collection of Idioms.

Drinking wine from the skull

Drinking wine from the skull is a masonic ritual.

Drinking wine from the skull as an idiom means doing a devilish and fiendish act.

I have never drunk wine from the skull.

Serenity Garden

Serenity garden as an idiom stands for a peaceful and prosperous life.

I would like to experience a serenity garden in my life.

Restoration of Job

Job in the Old Testament was a hero who was tempted by Satan and had to undergo a painful ordeal. In his later life, he was rewarded handsomely by God and was restored with prosperity.

Restoration of Job as an idiom stands for having a painful life in the beginning and then having peace, prosperity, and success in the end.

I wish to have my life as a restoration of Job.

Magic Realism

Magic realism is a fictional entity that uses fantasy and reality.

Magic realism as an idiom stands for living a fictional self.

I would like to live the life of magic realism.

Streams of consciousness

Streams of consciousness is a narrative technique and as an idiom, it means success and prosperity in life.

I would like to experience streams of consciousness in my life.

 


Submitted: May 20, 2021

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