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acedia (uh-SEE-dee-uh) noun
Spiritual torpor and apathy; ennui.
[Late Latin, from Greek akedeia, indifference : a- + kedos, care.]
"Those who love the play as Coleridge did, for its mood of acedia and
self-corroding scepticism, may find themselves wondering if they actually
have been mad about the Dane for all these years."
This week's theme: Words to drop into conversations with a therapist
Be aware that a halo has to fall only a few inches to be a noose. -Dan McKinnon