Fragile

Fragile

From Latin fràgilem, from the same root as fràngere “to break” and fragmèntum “piece, fragment”.

Fragile is an object that breaks easily because it is not strong, a weak tendency, a frail feeling, an insubstantial and fleeting thought and an ephemeral and fleeting hope.
In a modern dictionary, fragile is a word loaded with negative connotations, but words are not static and show a natural inclination to become something else as well.

Something that is fragile is also delicate, vulnerable and sensitive. And none of these words are a defect or an expression of weakness, but one of the characteristics of each individual.
We may experience times when we are fragile while being strong and we may be sensitive and decisive at the same time nd we may make conscious decisions that may be susceptible to vulnerability.
Perceiving and accepting our frailties is undoubtedly a strength. (see antifragile)