To commit or not to commit, that is the question.

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Webster’s Dictionary defines commitment as: The act of committing, or putting in charge, keeping, or trust; consignment…

To keep the trust of another by putting in charge your own honesty. The commitment between lovers is what comes to mind when I hear the word. But what does it mean to commit to a thing outside of a human to human relationship. I believe it means to discipline yourself. Putting in charge your own dedication. Keeping this blog ain’t easy. It’s not that I’m short on words or time. It’s just that I have so very many things going on at once that it often just slips my mind. So this is me, taking time, deciding to commit. ~Katandra Shanel Jackson, CEO, FreedomInk Publishing


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