Merriam-Webster Dictionary…and Me:
Logic: 1a: A science that deals with the principles and criteria of validity of inference and demonstration: the science of the formal principles of reasoning. 1: A way of thinking in which I have some degree of skill. 2: Something I put very little stock in.
Common Sense: 1: Sound and prudent judgment based on a simple perception of the situation or facts. 1: Easily detected, and just as easily ignored and overridden.
Opportunity: 1: A favorable juncture of circumstances. 2: A good chance for advancement or progress. 1: The one thing I have been praying for a very long time. 2: Something that I disregard lately.
Conscience: 1c: The part of the superego in psychoanalysis that transmits commands and admonitions to the ego. 3: Conformity to what one considers to be correct, right, or morally good. 1: The voice of my guardian angels telling me that going against logic, reason, and common sense, is okay right now.
Prudence: 1: The ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use of reason. 1: Has gone missing. Please contact me if you have found my lost prudence.
Expectation: 1: The act or state of expecting: anticipation. 1: Clings to my mind, fueling unrealistic plans.
Fantasy: 1: Obsolete: hallucination. 2: Fancy; especially: the free play of creative imagination. 3: A creation of the imaginative faculty, whether expressed or merely conceived. 1: Nonsensical thought patterns that repeat themselves on a loop in my brain. 2: The only thing I can make sense of.
Faith: 1b: Fidelity to one’s promises: sincerity of intentions. 2a: Belief and trust in and loyalty of God. 2b: Firm belief in something for which there is no proof. 1: Something I have, but need more of; and desperately want an abundance of. 2: The only thing keeping me afloat.