rainbow bird sitting on a branchBeauty-full, wonder-full, colour-full, joy-full, awe-full, bliss-full, care-full, cheer-full, grace-full, force-full, gain-full, bounty-full … are each a complete phrase.

For example, ‘awe-full’ is something, someone or some place that fills you with awe, rather than awful. Beautiful is full of beauty. Wonderful is filled with wonder. Graceful is blessed full with grace. Forceful is powered with force. Careful is brimming with compassionate care.

In making these one word, we took some shortcuts and changed the meaning of many of these full words. It’s good to be aware that the intention of adding full at the end of the word was to complete the phrase.

So use these ‘full’ words with awareness and enjoy the fullness they bring to you. Be vigilant in your language, as using ‘full’ words such as fear-full will have the same effect of filling you with fear.

Enjoy the fullness of life by coming alive, experiencing the fullness of the words that end in full.

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