Tuesday, September 27, 2011
To you young American who went to college, got your degree to pursue the dream, who had the plan to make it big and achieve success. What life has taught me is that change is sometime difficult. What we must keep in mind and learn is how we adapt to the change that effecting us. Just remember how different it must have been for your parents, grandparents, and great grandparents, and how they endured the change that was so ever present in their time. The antidote is still the same. Adapt and thrive for this is your moment, not theirs nor mine. Only you can claim whats rightfully yours. Life challenges don't always fade away or favor the best and the brightest mind. So keep the faith and embrace the change. You can, yes you can.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
The people of the United States are not preoccupied by the things going on in Washington. For the most part they recognize a mess when they see one. And we know Washington has been that way for some time. Whats interesting is how our politicians in Washington take the time we the people have allotted them for granted. Hindsight being 20/20 I would hope they get it. This United States belong to all of us, not just a privilege few. Even the man whose home is a cardboard box counts. Don't give in to the debate about class warfare, for we the people of the United States don't regard class. We get up , we go to work, we raise our children , we take care of family. What does that have to do with class, that's just a distraction to keep us divided. Today we must stand up and say no more. Our country does not benefit from division, we must stand as one. Support our President , we put him there, the most you can do is support him.