Monthly Archives: October 2012

Word of the Day!

If someone needs clarification (clar i fi ca tion), n., they need a clearer understanding of the writing, the principle, or the statement made. Make it clear as a window, just cleaned with a window cleaner. SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. MEAN WHAT … Continue reading

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Word(s) of the Day!

Appreciate (ap pre ci ate) v., 1.) to value justly; 2.) to increase in value. Depreciate (de pre ci ate) v., 1.) to speak slightly of; disparage;  2.) to lessen in value or price.   SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. MEAN WHAT … Continue reading

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Word of the Day!

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1963

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What do you do? No really, what do you do?

During a job interview a few years back, an interviewer was reading my resume.’ Reading each occupation, he asked me what tasks did I perform. I answered as completely and truthfully as I could. When he got to the position … Continue reading

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Word of the Day!

Negativity (neg a tiv i ty) n., marked by denial, prohibition or refusal; not affirming the presence of what is sought or suspected to be present. SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. MEAN WHAT YOU SAY, and spell it correctly.

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Words of the Day!

To Bear or not to Bare? That is the question. Bear ( n., adv. v.) can be any of a large family of heavy mammals with shaggy hair. But also, it can be to move while supporting;to be equipped with ; to … Continue reading

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Word of The Day!

“It makes no difference what you think of me. But it does make a difference what I think of you. I cannot allow anything to separate me from the Love of God!” Words of the late Rev. Clarence H. Cobbs, … Continue reading

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