This refers to an action intended to accomodate problems with ADD (more properly known as ADHD, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder).
The teacher made addaptations to how she taught the boy with ADHD so that he could learn better.
This is a statement which is partially true, stated with conviction, and which may initially seem correct to other people, but the statement is off the mark in some way. It is named after Larry Ray Richardson who is prone to such statements when he talks of things outside of his area of expertise (business).
As Larry said today (10 April 2004) when talking of how a man can metaphorically sell his own brother for profit, "It's like the story of David in the Bible." He meant the story of Joseph.
This word combines the "AQAL" (all quadrants, all levels, all lines, all states, all types) Integral Theory of Ken Wilber with the basic word "camouflage". So, the meaning is that of ostensibly expressing the psychology of the AQAL model, but in fact either deliberately or accidentally not doing so, therefore AQAL insight is camouflaged by the words.
John's wordy and misguided theory about applying the psychology of Ken Wilber's AQAL model to business practices proved to be mere aqalflage because John did not understand the AQAL model.
This means to have ADD or ADHD, that is, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
His misbehaviors at school were clearly driven by his addacious affliction.
Literally this is a combination of purity and wash. It means to move toward purity by washing oneself of greed, anger, and delusion (ignorance of wisdom).
When he pondered how his selfishness had resulted in a breakup with his girlfriend, he knew he must pwash himself of that moral stain.
Of or related to a wife. Variation of wifal
She chose to be an at home mother whose wifel duties including transporting children to various social activities.
This word describes a person's state of very changable karma. The implication is that the person performs various good and bad actions and is, therefore, not conscious enough to direct actions in a good direction only.
Although he was often a thoughtful person, his occasional impulsive and hurtful actions implied a very karplastic lifestyle.