Matthew 4:4 “But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.”
(Editor’s Note – Black Friday, November 25, 2016)
Article originally published on November 25, 2013 by Rylan Branch.
How do we say this in English?
Ok, with concepts such as “Revenge Bodies”, and Apples on iPhones, it just seems as if the overall climate in the atmosphere reflects a cultural zeitgeist (spirit of the times) that both social and mainstream media is conveying as a message saying that her vajayjay (body), physical attributes, and subsequent perceived in demand/popular status are all much more relevant and valuable than my knowledge, inner feelings, and words that convey them, so the decision was made to simply create this script using some content from 2013, place it on the day after Thanksgiving table, and allow the option to reconsider the stance based on the notion stated in the above verse from the Good Book, that God’s words are of astronomically high value and essential for life, which leads me to follow suite and consider my own words as valuable in order to both set and adhere to a Godly Example as we proceed with this ongoing true life story.
To Good Health…
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verb (used without object)
1. to finish first in a race, contest, or the like.
2. to succeed by striving or effort: He applied for a scholarship and won.
3. to gain the victory; overcome an adversary: The home team won.
4. Slang. to be successful or competent and be acknowledged for it: My sister wins at getting the biggest bargains. Compare fail ( def 9 ) .
verb (used with object)
5. to succeed in reaching (a place, condition, etc.), especially by great effort: They won the shore through a violent storm.
6. to get by effort, as through labor, competition, or conquest: He won his post after years of striving.
7. to gain (a prize, fame, etc.).
8. to be successful in (a game, battle, etc.).
9. to make (one’s way), as by effort or ability.
A “winners circle” perspective to consider.