[ar-il; ar-uhl] Noun. Origin: 1785–95; Medieval Latin
An aril is beautiful, promotes growth, and provides nourishment. Any seed with an aril has a big growth advantage. An aril is attractive and highly visible. It is enticing and nutritious. It encourages others to consume and to share.
ARIL helps a seed get noticed, spread further, grow bigger.
[i-de-as; ahy-dee-uhz] Noun. Origin: 1400–50; Late Latin
An idea is a thought, notion, view, perception, or understanding. An idea is a plan of action, an intention, an objective. It is an aim, purpose, reason, sense, a raison d’être, and significance.
IDEAS are the creative seeds of all progress.
[in-sight; in-sahyt] Noun. Origin: 1150–1200; Middle English
Insight is a penetrating mental vision or discernment. It is an understanding that sheds light on or helps solve a problem. Insight is seeing into inner character or underlying truth to apprehend the true nature of a thing – especially through intuitive understanding.
INSIGHT is deep knowledge built from experience and intuition.