According to the newest edition of the bMw4uS dictionary, the phrase “E.P.i.C !” translates into “Emotions. Provoke. irrational. Conclusions !” In other words… our emotions have a way intensifying matters… Pretty basic stuff, but just to be safe, we will do our best to explain.
Webster’s New World Dictionary describes an “EMOTiON” as a strong feeling or any specific feeling, such as love, hate, fear, or anger. “EMOTiONS” are like wires in , that create feelings (determined by an experience or to be aware of, to think or believe). In most cases, our “EMOTiONS” become engaged when dealing with an issue that we may feel passionately about, or an issue that we feel strongly about, either positively, or negatively.
The next word in the phrase is “PROVOKE,” which can be thought of as a way of exciting to some action or feeling, or to anger or irritate. “PROVOKE” can also be defined as: “to tempt, or antagonize.” If you provoke a friend to misbehave during English Class, you may be convincing him or her that their behavior is: A) acceptable, B) funny, C) hilarious, or D) all of the above.
The 3rd word in the sequence, “iRRATiONAL” is an adjective, otherwise defined as unreasonable, absurd, or senseless. If our behavior is “iRRATiONAL,” it may initially make sense, but in the long run our unreasonable actions will eventually come back to haunt us.
Finally, a “CONCLuSiON” can be thought of as an outcome or “the end.” A “CONCLuSiON” is also commonly referred to as the end result. The outcome of a particular event is always determined by 1 thing, and 1 thing ONLY… our actions!
We suggest saying it one time to yourself… E.P.i.C !
One more time… E.P.i.C !