Word of the Day: See

see / sē, past tense saw verb 1. to perceive or view with the eyes; to detect by sight Believe only half of what you see and nothing of what you hear. Cuban Proverb 2. to view or attend as a spectator When I was a kid, the only way I saw movies was from the back seat of my family’s car at the drive-in. Forest Whitaker, 1961- 3. to understand or perceive mentally Better to be blind and see with your heart, than to have two good eyes and see nothing. Helen Keller, 1880-1968 4. to visualize or construct a mental image of something; to imagine Why does the eye see a thing more clearly in dreams than the imagination when awake? Leonardo da Vinci, 1452-1519 5. to recognize Only through the eyes of others can we really see our own faults. Chinese Proverb 6. to ensure See that your own hearth is swept before you lift your neighbor’s ashes. Gaelic Proverb 7. to visit To see a friend no road is too long. Ukrainian Proverb 8. to escort or attend It is good manners to see your guest to the door when they are ready to leave; they should not have to find their way out. 9. to read about I saw something stupid in the paper today – a new alarm clock that makes no noise. Jay Leno, 1950- 10. to possess the ability of sight I, who cannot see, find hundreds of things to interest me through mere touch. Helen Keller, 1880-1968 11. to make an inquiry; to find something out I did ‘Iron Man’ because I was curious about those massive movies that were taking over the summers every year, and I wanted to see what the fuss was about. Rebecca Hall, 1982- 12. to observe Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing. Camille Pissarro, 1830-1903 13. to consider or deliberate It is better to be blind than to see things from only one point of view. Indian Proverb 14. to accept a bet Storm said, “I see your bet, and raise you another sovereign.” from ‘In a Steamer Chair and Other Shipboard Stories’ by Robert Barr, 1849-1912 15. to consider as a possibility If you see no reason for giving thanks, the fault lies in yourself. Minquass Proverb