This week we celebrate Thanksgiving. This has always been a sore spot for me ever since my second year of high school. That’s the time that I learned about the … Continue reading I’m thankful for…
Have you ever tried to help someone and they didn’t want it or even got angry with you for helping? I’m thinking of the scene in the movie Forrest Gump … Continue reading Is it your time to help?
I was recently reading some literature about Bangladesh, you know, like where it is, population and economic information. It’s difficult to believe that there are some places that are so … Continue reading How big a slice of the American Pie did you grab?
Don’t you just hate election season? The worst of us comes out during this time. We actually get a glimpse at how divided our country really is. It’s sad that … Continue reading A month before the election and there’s nothing to get excited about
In the spirit of Black History Month, I’d love to enter into a serious discussion about reparations. It seems as though this has become a taboo topic, because of the … Continue reading What does Reparations look like?
Sometimes it seems that all we do is work. It is definitely a way of life for most of us. We are so used to working that we can do … Continue reading A different way to work
Of the 50 percent of Americans who make resolutions, 90 percent of them break their resolution by the middle of January. It seems that the end of a year gives … Continue reading Resolutions should be a way of life
This week we honor a man who dared to buck the system and show the powers that be what they really looked like. A man who said he had a … Continue reading There are still some who can’t see the dream
Parables are always wonderful stories. Jesus Christ is the master teacher and he told them far better than any man. This little parable of the lines gives us great insight … Continue reading The parable of the lines: part 2
This week the sports world will moan the death of a legend. “The Wizard of Westwood,” as he was called, is being heralded as the greatest coach – in any … Continue reading Rembering John Wooden
As an employer, I’ve reviewed lots of resumes. Some made me laugh, some made me cry and some actually made me angry. Let me explain. An example of a resume … Continue reading What type of person are you?