In the English language, appending an “s” at the end of a common noun renders the word plural, as in:
The other side of the story in English is this: appending an “s” at the end of a verb designates the present tense:
In the Faith language, appending a statement of faith to an event renders it more meaningful.
“Look at the birds of the air, that they do not sow, nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your Heavenly Father feeds them.”
In Economics language, appending a bird pic and a statement of faith to an unemployed birdbrain’s idle musings renders the event an experience of faith instead of foolishness.
That’s today’s lesson.
Go in peace.