third day of the week after Sunday and the second day of the work week. The word comes from Tiu, or Tiw the
old Anglo-Saxon form of Tyr,
name of the Norse god of war. French call this day Mardi, for Mars, the Roman god
primary food in that it is one of the five food groups and is not derived from another food group. Any of the
nutritious foods from stems, leaves, roots, seeds etc. Live no more than two years and require a great amount
of care and cultivation to thrive.
am trained in the control of myself because self-mastery is the prerequisite to flourishing in harmony with others.
My actions and responses are always appropriate and of the highest quality. I ensure a healthy balance in the development of my physical, mental, social
and principled self. I must be able to lead myself before I am worthy of leading others. I live excellence.
primary color of light: symbol of nature, signifies youth and hope of eternal life.
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