Motivational Quote/Word/Videos of the Day-24 June 2008


MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE DAY

“In order to do what really matters to you, you
have to, first of all, know what really matters to you.”

Dr. Ed Hallowell: Psychiatrist and author

BEYONCE-ME, MYSELF AND I

WORD OF THE DAY

CONTUSION

(noun)
[kahn-TOO-zhahn, kahn-TYOO-zhahn]

1. an injury that doesn’t break the skin but results in some discoloration: “Snowboarding for the first time left Eve with such a sizable contusion that she invested in pants with strategic padding.”


Origin:
Approximately 1400; from Latin, ‘contusionem,’: crushing, bruising, from ‘contusus,’ past participle of ‘contundere’: to beat, to break to pieces (‘com-‘: intensive prefix + ‘tundere’: to beat).

SNOWBOARDING CRASHES ********I’ve had my share of crashes, but NEVER like this…can we say DEATH WISH!?  GEEZ!!!

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