Times are still trying and money is still tight, but things are getting better. We all still have difficult days dealing with all that we have on our plates.
On a recent ride home down a dark back road, the kind where you have to use your bright lights, I noticed an interesting phenomenon.
When we face difficulties in our lives that confront us with change, we don’t always take too kindly to that, and understandably so.
I was watching a news program recently and there was a story about one state’s improved emergency preparedness and management efforts in the event of a hurricane.
Graduates, Do not pawn your values. You might find that it wasn’t worth the trade you made. Stay true to who you are at your core.
Do you like me? Check yes, no, or maybe.”
In times of intense emotion and passion around potentially divisive issues, we are better served as individuals and as a community when we can suspend our judgment and criticism of one another and attempt, instead, to make sense of one another’s perspective.
So often too many of us spend our lives being an iron that makes grilled cheese sandwiches. I know, just stay with me.
I believe it was Albert Einstein who defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
In continuous dedication to all the beautiful girls, young ladies, and young women in our communities ...
Dear Dad, I am writing to let you know that I am a man now. This may come as a surprise to you, but I have some things I need to say.
Have you ever had a boss who never had anything to say about the good work you did, but also never hesitated to come down on you on when you made a mistake or had an off day?
Benjamin Franklin said “remember not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.”
Thank you. The phrase to show courtesy. The words to convey gratitude. The lyrics of appreciation.
The future belongs to those who prepare for it today. — Malcolm X