Per Merriam-Webster, a verb is "a word that characteristically is the grammatical center of a predicate and expresses an act, occurrence, or mode of being, that in various languages is inflected for agreement with the subject, for tense, for voice, for mood, or for aspect, and that typically has rather full descriptive meaning and characterizing quality but is sometimes nearly devoid of these especially when used as an auxiliary or linking verb." I like to think of them simply as mystical words of action, the action of being or the action of doing. Our whole life is one big verb. From the minute we are born to the moment of our transition, we are being and doing. Crying, pooping, whining, crawling, walking, running, screaming, laughing, learning, loving. We are spirits having a human experience and use these actions to learn more about ourselves and how we relate together as a collective group of souls. Our actions determine the kind of experience we have as well. Do you play, love, laugh and learn? Those actions help us stay connected to our higher selves. Whining, crying, lamenting, not so much. We can also perform the action of being. Being angry is not as fulfilling as being joyful. Being hopeful is a much higher vibration than being desperate. Sometimes just being is all we can do. Often, we cannot change our circumstance, at least right away, but we can change our actions. We change our verb, and miracles happen.
What verb are you right now? I am "WRITING' and "PONDERING" at the same time. You don't need to limit yourself to just one. Try verb multitasking. I challenge you to 'LEARN," "LOVE," "LAUGH," and "PLAY" all at the same time. Are you happy with your verb? If not, then change it NOW. You have the power to create miracles. Change your verb, change your world.