Word of The Day : Stubborn


adjective \ˈstə-bərn\

: refusing to change your ideas or to stop doing something

: difficult to deal with, remove, etc.

Having or showing dogged determination not to change one’s attitude or position on something, especially in spite of good reasons to do so: Stubborn can imply deliberate or irrational obstructiveness, rather than a mere refusal to comply with persuasion

A: Why can people be so stubborn? Is it because of stupidity? or maybe arrogance?

B : It could be due to ignorance or arrogance, or maybe  it’s just a simple faith

A: …..

(FLOW/ Fuyu no Amaoto/Night Parade (2007)

And for me stubborness is like refusing to go from familiar place and enjoying the fun close dark space instead of searching the sunlight.


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