Names are important. When it comes to naming a fish, a name is key. It establishes a sense of familiarity. Name a fish “Salmon,” for example, and you will be surprised how many will instantly recognize this fish among the vast number of others in the ocean. But there’s another reason why names help; and that is that people like them very much. This can be an especially common trait in children and teenagers, when the very thing they like least is named by name.
The internet is full of names. Not only are thousands of fish names readily available, but names for a fish or an idea are quickly accessible and easy to understand. If youve tried names for a fish (that is, the names given to all the other fishes such as tuna and tuna sandwiches) youll find them quite different from the names you choose for yourself. It doesnt matter whether you like these fish or not.
Most people who go to the aquariums to take a look are there for the fish. Not so with the fish that live on your own porch. Here, there are a whole lot of fish that you can name! The most common fish on a porch, for example, are spiders, and you can name them all. We like to name things that are important to people that share our name.
Your name has a huge impact on your life. Its not only who you are, or where you come from. Your name can have a major impact on your whole life. In order to learn how to make a difference in life through names, read up on the ideas and values behind your name.
We unveil a new blog on how to share your values in order to make a difference in your life. The name you choose is a crucial element to your existence. What makes your life meaningful is how you make choices each day- what you choose to spend your day doing, what you choose to read, what you choose to talk about. It’s important to recognize the unique value of your name and to choose the one that best represents who you want to become as each day unfolds.
If you have spent some time looking at name cards youll likely come up with some of the obvious names. But, you should be careful with most names that you are likely to see out there. There are a lot of “generic” names. For example, “Joe The Fish” might not mean something to you, but it might if you are a fish lover such as, “The Fish-Axe.” Names can also be creative.