What Is In A Name? By David

 

“What’s in a name?/A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” The famous Shakespeare line has some truth to it, although some people suggest differently. My explanation is that although name has nothing to do with smell, appearance, both physical and verbal, changes how humans think about things. A name may close the mind as to how something may be like, or smell like. For example, if a rose was called a Timmy or a Bob, it might change how some people think about it. Although it doesn’t seem like it, names have power.

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