Since ‘nuptial’ sounds similar to ‘nut shell’, we can make the following pun:
“In a nuptial, they’re going to get married.”
2. hinder / prevent
“Only the winners decide what were war crimes.”
— Gary Willis
keywords: truth, wisdom
Life is a sequence of epiphanies and paradigm-shifts.
Death always brings the ultimate epiphany. Hence, near-death experiences greatly increase cognition. This is just a special case of the necessity of close-figuring for prosperity. (cf: “One often learns more from ten days of agony than from ten years of contentment.” — Merle Shain)
Journaling keeps you from falling into the binary trap.
keywords: precaution, prosperity