Thumoslang

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15 Thumoslang Chronicle

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Thumoslang

The Rise of Social Clarity

Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev

As much objectively as possible, this document reports many events related to the origin, the development, and the use of Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social clarity. Historical interpretation is not its main concern.

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Table of Contents

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  1. From the Desk of the Chronicler
  2. Who are the People Involved?
  3. Nickantony Quach
  4. Charbel Hachem
  5. Jim Sestito
  6. Ifeanyi Onyekaba
  7. Historical Records
  8. Appendix
  9. Quick Links
  10. Thumoslang Starter FAQ
  11. Release Notes

 

1 From the Desk of the Chronicler

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As much objectively as possible, this document reports many events related to the origin, the development, and the use of Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social clarity. Historical interpretation is not its main concern.

This document was created in February 2021. Earlier events will be captured by this document as soon as they are recalled. Later events will be traced right after they take place. Each event is presented by a section. All sections are presented chronologically. Earlier sections may become later sections as more events are recalled and thus inserted in the middle of this document.

 

2 Who are the People Involved?

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Many people have been involved in the discovery and development of the nomenclature Thumoslang. Those who were involved and appeared on Ri4CTV are presented in this chronicle. They will be presented in the order of the date when they were first involved with the work for Thumoslang.

 

3 Nickantony Quach

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In December 2019, Nickantony Quach was a participant in The Thumoslang Discovery. He is starred in the following video series.

 

4 Charbel Hachem

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In December 2019, Charbel Hachem was a participant in The Thumoslang Discovery. He is starred in the following video series.

 

5 Jim Sestito

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In April 2019, Jim Sestito was a participant in the discovery and development of Thumoslang. He is starred in the following video collection.

 

6 Ifeanyi Onyekaba

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Ifeanyi Onyekaba (born 1993) is one of the two interlocutors who took part in the conversation that changes the world. Lasting three hours, the conversation is captured by the YouTube series Thumoslang101, which comprises six videos published by the YouTube channel Ri4CTV (Rhode Island Foresight Television).

Before advancing to the next page, watch the video, “Ifeanyi the Boxer”, which is Episode 2 in Season 2 of NDBaker93, and get to know the boxer who changes the world at the age of 25.

 

7 Historical Records

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The follow links are a source of Thumoslang history for use in the writing of this document.

Origin of NDBaker93
This private table lists key events involving the YouTube series NDBaker93 between June and November in 2019.
Origin of Providence Haven
This private table here lists key events involving Providence Haven between August and November in 2019.
Ri4CTV Journey 2019
This private table of contents here documents Ri4CTV events that took place during the second half of 2019.
Thumoslang Origin
The phrase, Thumoslang Origin, refers to the collection of eight video series first published by the YouTube channel Ri4CTV between July 2018 and June 2019.
Thumoslang Story 2020
This story is hosted by the website thumos.family.blog.

8 Appendix

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At this time, the previous Section 7 is the last chapter. All sections hereinafter are not part of the main work, which will soon be further extended.

9 Quick Links

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10 Thumoslang Starter FAQ

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  1. Are your ideals the same as your ideal self? Yes; see the section Your Ideals & Your Ideal Self.
  2. What is your business of the self? See the section What Do You See in the Mirror?
  3. Who is your second mind; why is that person important? See the section What is Professionalism?
  4. What is unwanted drama; how does one have so much of it in life? See the section The Most Important Thing in Life.
  5. Do we have a quick way to demonstrate the power of Thumoslang? Yes; see the section A Demonstration of Thumoslang.
  6. Is Thumoslang a Cult or Religion?
  7. How should one get started with Thumoslang? See the section Getting Started with Your Thumoslang Journey.
  8. Is Thumoslang useful without other speakers nearby? Yes; see the section The Last English Speaker.
  9. Where does Thumoslang come from? See the section The Origin of Thumoslang.
  10. Was Thumoslang first discovered by chance or intention? See the section The Thumoslang Discovery.
  11. What is social clarity; why is it important? See the section The Importance of Social Clarity. Follow up with the section The Nomenclature for Social Clarity.
  12. What is the Most Important Thing in Life?
  13. Where to begin when first using the Thumoslang Dictionary? See the section Ideals – The Most Important Category.
  14. What is the first falsifiable definition of love?
  15. Who are the first speakers of Thumoslang? Jairson Ascencao and Alec Mustafayev; see the section The Last English Speaker.
  16. Who is the first to use Thumoslang? In 2016, before the original Thumos book was published, a visiting professor at Brown University used Thumoslang as the nomenclature for social clarity. As the writers saw the positive result of their work in how the professor’s life was drastically improved, they wrapped up their work and published it in the following year. The title of the book is Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration.
  17. What to read first in the starter kit? When you first use the Thumoslang Starter Kit, begin with the Guide to Thumoslang. It’s the simplest book of them all, and highly recommended as a first read for those who have never learned about Thumoslang before. The Thumoslang Handbook is slightly advanced, and recommended for those who have a moderate amount of knowledge on what Thumoslang is. The Thumoslang Dictionary is intended for advanced users of Thumoslang, as the purpose it serves is less for teaching and more for reference of Thumoslang terms when necessary.


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11 Release Notes

Revised at 8:42:42 PM on 2/25/2021 in Rhode Island, this document is updated regularly online and periodically updated in print. It’s part of the Thumoslang Book Collection.

Select the following link for the latest version of this document, which is one of three online books in the Thumoslang Starter Kit.

To offer feedback or comment on anything presented herein or to obtain Thumoslang mentoring services, please contact the Quach & Mustafayev Group directly.



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