You know, to change her mind.
Or to put it another way, her metanoia.
I know, it sounds like a vitamin supplement, doesn’t it?
“Say, honey, could you pass me 500 mg of Metanoia, please?”
If only it were that easy. Change in a bottle, if you don’t mind. Take two and call me in the morning?
noun meta•noia \[met-uh–noi–uh]
Origin and Etymology:
Greek, from metanoiein: to change one’s mind, repent, from meta- + noein to think, from nous mind
First Known Use: 1577
So, perhaps it’s less about switching the style of your coiffure from beehive to French twist, or your indecision over a jelly donut vs. a cheese omelet, and more of a spiritual change, a lifestyle change, almost a conversion.
Like when you switched to organic food. Or joined the Farmgirl Sisterhood. 😉