Consensus & Nebulous



 A general agreement about something

An idea or opinion that is shared by all the people in a group

Source: Merriam-Webster



Not clear

Difficult to see, understand, describe, etc.

Source: Merriam-Webster

I encountered both words from the reading expert, “What If You Could Choose Between the Fastest Route and the Most Beautiful?” by Lex Berko. This article was about how, people usually take the fastest route to their destination. However, what if there is a beautiful route that you can take but takes a little longer? The word consensus, agrees on a general or broad idea. Meaning, you just agree with someone like for example, “Yeah, I know there is more beautiful places in the city, but I rather get to my destination faster”. Which is agreeing to a broad idea, “Yeah, sure there is beautiful part of the city and I will eventually get to that”. Another word, nebulous means difficult to see. In my definition, I think that means “I do not understand the meaning, why would I want to choose the most beautiful” Cannot see the picture or to comprehend the meaning of seeing something beautiful, where they only thinks about moving forward. Taking the fastest route.

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