, May 13, 2013

This week we will explore the term Need.  As usual we must speak from a singular definition to add clarity or purpose for our message and Merriam-Webster defines Need as: a condition requiring supply or relief.  This condition is common unto humanity for there isn’t a man alive that has not suffered from Need.  According […]

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, May 7, 2013

The guest blogger this week is Tiffany Hickson Owner of 2TConsulting, LLC.  Merriam – Webster defines CHANGE in several ways including: to make different in some particular way; to make radically different; to shift one’s means of conveyance; to undergo transformation, transition, or substitution. Recently I was asked to participate as a guest blogger on this website.  I […]

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, April 29, 2013

This week I would like to explore the term COST.  Merriam-Webster defines the term as loss or penalty incurred especially in gaining something.  This is the part of most endeavors that many fail to count.  The COST can uniquely assist in the decision making process.  I have a few friends that found themselves behind bars (not […]

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, April 16, 2013

Hello everyone! This week my father has invited me to your guest blogger and explore any word that I desire.  I chose the word SELF-ESTEEM. As defined by Merriam-Webster, SELF-ESTEEM is a confidence and satisfaction in oneself. In other words, it is the pride and self-regard one has for one’s self. Typically, when discussing SELF-ESTEEM, we tend to think […]

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, April 8, 2013

This week we would like to expose the term HURT, and as usual we’ll define it by the Merriam-Webster definition: to suffer pain or grief. Getting older, I decided that I had better start fighting the battle of the bulge more vigorously. I got the ingenious idea to ride my bicycle while walking my 115 […]

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, March 26, 2013

This week we would like to expose the the term LIFE.  Merriam-Webster’s dictionary has the ability to provoke a fit in me as I read the definitions.  Words can inspire if given a moment to clarify.   LIFE as defined by one of Merriam-Webster multiple descriptions means a specified period of animate and inanimate existence.  A car […]

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, March 18, 2013

This week we will barely scrape the surface of the term SUCCESS.  I actually love Merrian-Webster’s definition so we will use it. SUCCESS: the favorable or prosperous termination of attempts or endeavors. The only thing that I would question would be whether or not it should be “termination of attempts”.  A successful Mother doesn’t stop […]

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, March 5, 2013

The SSTMT team has decided the word for this week would be IMMINENT. IMMINENT as defined by Merriam-Webster’s dictionary would imply negative connotations of impending doom. I choose to believe that for every negative there is a positive. The diametrical position of doom would be an overwhelming success. If I do my due diligence, success […]

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, February 27, 2013

Welcome to, every week we choose a single word and explore the definition. We discuss how it might impact our lives. We have chosen a word this week that has such a wide variance of definitions that we couldn’t agree on one approach but agreed that the spirit of the word should be discussed. […]

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, February 19, 2013

February 19, 1938 marks the birthdate of the late great Alva Hamilton Echols.  She was both mother and father to me and my siblings and at the heart of her actions were love and devotion to a better life for her children. So she instilled in us above all others OBEDIENCE. Since I can remember […]

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