For Russian-speaking Readers

For my Russian-speaking readers:

My words are “myself, daring, positive.”

I’m thinking of making up an equivalent in English because it’s so spot-on.

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9 thoughts on “For Russian-speaking Readers”

      1. // Cool, huh? It actually works.

        Yes, it worked for me but only since I started to read the lines like I would in a book.

        I think it makes sense since people who are more “squared”/ like a square (?) as evidenced by approaching every task methodically via old ways, may desire freedom.

        May be, they did think about psychology when creating it.

        daring = дерзость ?

        From urban dictionary:
        square –
        1. (n; adj) A person who is regarded as dull, rigidly conventional, and out of touch with current trends.

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  1. My mother saw:

    арс – прибыль – сам
    Ars – profit – independently / by myself

    Meaning, one has to be partly ars to succeed as an immigrant in Israel. 🙂 Being “ars” is immigrant’s profit. 🙂

    арс is a Hebrew word meaning :

    \ Ars (Hebrew: ערס‎ `ars), or Arsim (the plural in Hebrew) is a modern derogatory Hebrew slang term for the Israeli stereotype of a low-class young man. The stereotype may also refer to personal effects such as flashy jewelry and clothing. […] The Ars subculture traditionally was associated with young Jews of Middle Eastern origin, but in recent years has expanded to a broader range of ethnicities. In particular, the term “Freḥa” is nowadays used in reference to intellectually shallow girls of all ethnicities, like bimbo or airhead in English.

    In Arabic the word ars has several meanings:[1]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ars_(slang)

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