November 1st, 2011 | 427 Entries

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427 Entries for “epiphany”

  1. I had one once, long ago, sipping champagne in a field of poppies. I’m not so sure now, now that I’m back home washing the dogs and feeding the dog and cooking Hamburger Helper. But if I know anything – and Lord knows I don’t – I’m quite sure God whispered in my ear that day. And I listened and died, and went home.

    By A. Vudo on 11.02.2011

  2. i dont know exactly what it means but it sounds like something medicine and doctor related. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    By Marika on 11.02.2011

  3. what is an apifinay . its such a wierd word. lalalalalala apiphiny…. so strange. hmmmm im running out of time…. oh noooooooooooooo hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm…. woooohhhh this is sooof wierd!

    By mckenna on 11.02.2011

  4. i dont know what to say because i dont know that word. what does that even mean. i think it is a civilized word.

    By GABRIEL ARANA on 11.02.2011

  5. One is God.
    We all are son/daughter of him.
    He is our master and we all are his player.
    God send us to play and enjoy big on his planet to maintain peace world wide and keep his place clean from heart and planet both.

    By gopal URL on 11.02.2011

  6. I’m realizing now that this isn’t over, and that makes me less than happy. I wanted it to be done. To be finished. To step away from the past and look into the future, the way I’ve been trying to do. The Here-and-Now doesn’t like me as much as it used to.
    I’m trying to be something else again. This is like one huge, whole world of dress up and let’s make believe. I want something that I can’t get, right now.
    To be invisible. To just…vanish. Stop following me, goddammit. I’m not what you’re afraid of.

    By Thirteen URL on 11.02.2011

  7. Have you ever sat there with no distractions, no background noise, and questioned your entire life, wondered if the world would have been better off if you’d have never been born?
    I hope not.

    By Katy URL on 11.02.2011

  8. You know what i don’t even know what is this word because my english vocab isn’t that good. But anyway, is this a word? Or the name of an elephant? A nanny elephant? Tiny nanny elephant? Geez, i must be dreaming…. Okay.

    By elfitraugustin URL on 11.02.2011

  9. An epiphay is a realisation, a lightbulb going ping over your head. I’ve had many epiphanies oer the years but none that immediately leap to mind right now, due to the pressure of time. I suppose you could say I had an epiphany to search out word prompts for writing.

    By Angela on 11.02.2011

  10. when one has an epiphany everything changes. One feels like they can just soar over all there dreams, zoom right by them, making each one come true. The realization that one comes to can allow them to feel free, and true.

    By Emmanuel Luis Crespo on 11.02.2011

  11. He suddenly had an epiphany.

    Taking the puppy by the scruff of its neck, he carried it outside, put it down on the grass, and waited.

    Sure enough, the puppy stood still for a few seconds, then began to shake intensely, and within seconds it had transformed into a chimera.

    By Beautyfor_ashes on 11.02.2011

  12. I need an epiphany. I need to break out of this routine, she said, fidgeting with a cigarette in hand. Her companion remained silent. I need to just have one good idea for a change- and then everything will be better. With a gasp, her companion fell to the floor as a trickle of crimson blood escaped his mouth.

    By shirley on 11.02.2011

  13. I had an epiphany the other day. Epiphanies have gotten me through my most important choices. They say that when you have a big decision to make you should flip a coin, because in the moment that it’s in the air you suddenly know what you’re hoping for. I would love to be able to go to school and succeed without having to worry about the cost, but that isn’t possible.

    By M. L. Reichert URL on 11.02.2011

  14. this is interesting
    ephiphany seems to be the only word this wants to give me
    so, what if i choose to ignore it
    along with almost every grammar rule in the english language
    that was a question

    By ali on 11.02.2011

  15. Last night I had an amazing revelation; an epiphany. That even though I am in a seemingly safe place, I am not protected. I can be harmed at any given time. There could be a fire, a bomb, or a crazy madman with a gun.

    By Natasha on 11.02.2011

  16. sometimes I have a brainstorm and I write for hours. It’s not instantaneous because writing is hard but it’s awesome. I never really get the whole OH I GET IT NOW thing cause that rarely happens. Over time i learn and become good at things. Sometimes I see something I haven’t seen in a while and realize I now know what it was talking about but that’s because shit has happened since I last saw it.

    By Frances on 11.02.2011

  17. One defining moment in a series of bland, racing thoughts, bringing light and texture to their bare faces. Elation and accomplishment. A triumph.

    By Mintolate Tea URL on 11.02.2011

  18. to tell you the truth i dont know what this means

    By amber on 11.02.2011

  19. I have no idea what this word means. I know Greek and Latin though, so I should know what it means. But I don’t. Wait. I’ve got it. I’ve had an epiphany. it means to discover, to realize, to think of spontaneously. To solve the problem. Greek and Latin are useful after all I suppose.

    By amy on 11.02.2011


    By Katie Salvadore on 11.02.2011

  21. Epiphany is a Christian holiday to celebrate when the Magi visited Jesus. It is also a revelation of something. Like in DH Part 1, Hermione had an epiphany while cutting Harry’s hair. She said, “Oh my gosh! Why didn’t I think of that before?”

    By Damaris URL on 11.02.2011

  22. quicker than a dragonfly’s wings
    i stop;
    things are not what they seem

    By megan breukelman URL on 11.02.2011

  23. Ha ha, did you know James Joyce coined the word epiphany in the context that we use today? His character Stephen Daedalus has epiphanies like his life depends on it. He’s also an artist and a teenage boy (Stephen, not Joyce) which makes him appear just a little ridiculous. I loved Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, I think everyone should read it. Stephan’s delusional, quasi-religious, high-art philosophies are hilarious. Reminded me of myself on the days when I think I’m brilliant and someone has to remind me that I’m ridiculous.

    By Hyperbole URL on 11.02.2011

  24. Wow something came over me. A new understanding. A light at the end of the tunnel. I get it. I hope others get it. All this makes sense now.

    By Robin Stiles on 11.02.2011

  25. He realised he had just had an epiphany. Interestingly enough, it lead to this immediate conclusion: his life thus far had been wasted.

    By Hee on 11.02.2011

  26. ephiphany is when you wake up and you just know what you need to do. It’s a clear sense of purpose and a clear goal.

    By amanda.dorosh on 11.02.2011

  27. i don’t know what that word means.

    By just582 URL on 11.02.2011