Time Is What We Make It Fifty-one years have passed since the assassination of Reverend Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. America lost a pure soul and a charismatic leader who tried to unite people. Many television programs devoted time to memorialize one of the true kings of justice and equality. His surname is such an appropriate fit. Someone said that “Dr. King is more alive … Continue reading Time Is What We Make It
Today is designated the International Day of Happiness and it is celebrated worldwide. Happiness Day was first celebrated in 2013. It was declared by the United Nations in 2012. it was founded by Jayme lllien and it is observed by 193 nations. Frankly I had not heard of this day until today. I wondered if this is because today I was very much … Continue reading A Celebration Promoting Happiness
I wish I did not have to wish for anything at all I wish things were perfect like in some fairy tales But if you don’t wish then you’ll never know if they come true. So here it goes, my list of wishes for the New Year 2016: I wish for humankind to understand that love is what will save us. I wish for … Continue reading My Wishes for 2016
I just read about little four-year old Lliana (Lilly) Rose Garcia who died as a result of senseless road rage violence. I cannot begin to imagine the shock and trauma for her older brother Isaac as he watched her become lifeless. My heart breaks every time I hear an innocent child is killed because adults get angry and do not know how to control their … Continue reading Freeway, No way!
I hate failure and we have failed as a nation to discuss gun violence. Ninety two people die daily from gun violence on the streets of our cities. I hate that we cannot find a viable solution. I hate that we have failed at standing together to protect innocent people like the five month old who was shot to death caught in gang violence and … Continue reading Again