Easy: adj. achieved with minimum energy and time and the subset(s) is frequently simple and/or skeasy and/or measy and/or seasy and/or you prepared for the subset(s)
Skeasy: n. a goal(s) which is achieved with relatively little skill
Measy: n. a goal(s) achieved with little mental effort
Seasy: a goal(s) achieved with little strength
We frequently say or think -“That was easy!” What does that really mean?
When a goal(s) is easy it is achieved with minimum energy and time and is frequently simple and/or can be achieved with relatively little skill and/or little mental effort and/or little strength and/or you prepared for the event(s).
Next time you are asked why was it easy? answer-it was easy because it was simple, took little skill, little mental effort, little strength, and was prepared or two or more of the five reasons why it was easy to do.
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