Copious: (adj) large in quantity
What is memorable about us?
It’s going to be something large—because after all, the human race is just a bunch of children with jobs and credit.
We’re impressed by big.
We file away, in our minds, that which is huge and obvious.
What is copious about me? Normally the word describes the amount of notes someone takes on a subject (although I’m not quite sure what copious notes are since what we really need are sufficient notes).
I am copiously overweight.
I am copiously bald (though no one would actually say that.)
Copious is a word that exists but is ignored because we don’t want to appear that we’re judging things by how immense they seem.
Each of us has a copious personality. It is the part of us that juts out long before we have the chance to contradict it with our intelligence.
What can we do to avoid the more copious parts of ourselves, overwhelming the message we want to convey to those around us?
Although we hope that grace and mercy will get us through the tough times, we must understand that the only thing we can do to create copious evidence of who we are is to push forth our good works—or our bad works. Ultimately, we will be known by what we considered important enough to do.
Therefore, I shall work on being copiously generous, copiously kind and copiously creative.
Who knows? Maybe someone will notice instead of staring at my belly fat.