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Did you know... ... that today is Fourth Term President Day? On this day in 1944, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first person to win a fourth term as president. Roosevelt rose above personal and political challenges to emerge as one of the nation's most revered and influential presidents. In 1951, the 22nd … Continue reading Did you know…

W.O.T.D. QUOTIDIAN


WORD OF THE DAY Quotidiankwo-TIH-dee-ənPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, 14th century 1Of or occurring every day; daily.2Ordinary or everyday, especially when mundane.   Examples of Quotidian in a sentence "Steve looked forward to his quotidian chore of collecting eggs." "Washing the dishes was a quotidian task, but she made the time pass quickly by listening to music."

W.O.T.D. EDIFY.


WORD OF THE DAY EdifyEH-də-fiPart of speech: verbOrigin: Middle English, 14th century 1Instruct or improve (someone) morally or intellectually.   Examples of Edify in a sentence "The professor looked forward to the chance to edify her students." "My parents wished to edify me in multiple languages from an early age."

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Did you know... ... that today is the birthday of James Naismith (1861)? Dr. James Naismith is known worldwide as the inventor of basketball. The concept of basketball was born from Naismith's school days in the area where he played a simple child's game known as duck-on-a-rock outside his one-room schoolhouse. The game involved attempting … Continue reading Did you know…

Has USA lost War against WMD by #ChineseVirus?=


Using W.M.D. = WASHING HANDS, MASKING FACE, SOCIAL DISTANCING HAVEN'T WORKED. SO HAVE THE HCQ and all other so-called cures and Immunity builders. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/05/graphic-tracking-coronavirus-infections-us/?cmpid=org=ngp::mc=crm-email::src=ngp::cmp=editorial::add=SpecialEdition_20201106&rid=5DAE86AE0897F2B2819B70CBE95CD107 SCIENCECORONAVIRUS COVERAGE Coronavirus in the U.S.: Where cases are growing and declining UPDATED NOV. 6, 2020, 9:38 A.M. E.T. New daily confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. 9,698,098 total cases 235,331 reported deaths50,000100,000Newcases7-day average121,504March … Continue reading Has USA lost War against WMD by #ChineseVirus?=

The words matter


The words matter Every time we have the floor we have the chance to create connection (or to sever it). We can open up possibility or we can close it. Sometimes, we share our answer thinking it might be the answer, when it might have been better to ask a generous question instead. Being funny by being cutting isn’t … Continue reading The words matter