I recently read a blog using the words above. It was brilliant. The author talked about Noah's ark and following dreams and not caving to those who think they know something better than you. However, the word used was 'arc'. Later the proper word was used, but the overall noun was the one for a spark.
If you know anything about the internet, you are aware that people jump on bad syntax, words spelled incorrectly, words used wrong, and other grammar goofs like a cat on a live mouse. I, myself, have laughed over and over at the memory of a sign I found one Christmas. Some guys were selling 'Dug Furs' for $25.
Yet, this blog boldly used a wrong word, in the face of grammar Nazi's and assorted know it alls, to share marching to a drum of their own. Causing sparks to be created in readers who are needing to dare themselves to go where they've not gone before. To not allow the critics to control their lives and be the person they are supposed to be.
At first, I was one of those Nazi's. Then, I looked it over and realised how incredible it actually was. And then I remembered something Lewis Carroll said, "If everybody minded their own business, the world would go around a great deal faster than it does."