The enchiridion of “Life’s Philosophy”…
I’ve come to the conclusion that if I had the chance to sit idle on this pier, I would have to bring out the enchiridion of “Life’s Philosophy”. Such a wonderful photograph gives off vibes of intellect!
enchiridion \ en-kahy-RID-ee-uhn \, noun;
1. A handbook; manual.
Origin: Enchiridion stems from the Greek root cheir meaning “hand”. The prefix en- means “within”, so the noun means “in the hand”. The suffix -idion denotes a diminutive form of another word.
Photography by: Dee Sorg @JillCards