Mentsh, Yiddish, noun; decent, upstanding person. –Michael Wex, Born to Kveetch: Yiddish Language and Culture in All of Its Moods (Saint Martin’s Press, 2005).

Ekāgratā, Sanskrit, noun; one-pointedness, doing only one thing at a time, concentrating upon a single object or task. – Diana Morrison, A Glossary of Sanskrit from the Spiritual Tradition of India (Nilgiri Press, 1977).

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