“The mere imparting of information is not education” – Carter G. Woodson As I look up quotes about the future, there are a lot of people who say it in several different ways, but the gist is ….”Don’t look to the past or worry about the future…. live in the moment.” You know those quotes that I am talking about don’t you? Because you can’t … Continue reading Live in the Moment. Learn From History. Forge A Better Future.
“We must remember that the test of our religious principles lies not just in what we say, not only in our prayers, not even in living blameless lives – but in what we do for others” ― Harry Truman I am a Christian. I love Jesus. I am scared for America. I never thought about whether people were upset or protesting during the Crusades until … Continue reading Not My Jesus: My Very Christian View on the Muslim Ban
“The hardest part about growing up is letting go of what you were used to, and moving on with something you’re not.” – Lyrikal Growing up is hard. Things are never what they seem. You can kind of live in a fairy tale, seeing life the way your parents kind of want you to. But as you get older you realize things are not as … Continue reading Living in An American Fairy-tale? Time To Grow Up
My Faithful readers, Please check out my new blog post over on Silicon Jungle’s Website here. It’s a good one! Continue reading Let’s Talk About Politics and Data
Being unapologetic for tough decisions is something that Presidents must do when faced with a difficult decision for the nation, but it’s not cool to be unapologetic just for the heck of it. Presidential candidates should be concerned as they run for office about the hearts and minds of the entire country. There will come a day for each President to make a tough decision and be unapologetic, but it’s a privilege that shouldn’t be given too soon or to the wrong person. Continue reading Being Unapologetic: How America Transferred this Privilege from the Presidency to the Candidacy
We inform our compass through experiences, information, and things that we see through our eyes. Continue reading Moving the Needle
“We must especially beware of that small group of selfish men who would clip the wings of the American Eagle in order to feather their own nests” – Franklin D. Roosevelt This post is obviously about selfishness and it has been in the works for quite a while. I actually originally wrote this blog topic to be called, “The Selfish Side of Minorities… the What … Continue reading America’s Favorite Subject: Me (The Monday Fits)