I shouldn't be better off simply because I was born to certain parents in a certain state in a certain country. And, if I am better off because of that alone, then I have a responsibility to help make my fellow (wo)man better.
Let's talk about the side of America and the American workplace that no one wants to: the misogynistic side. Just as America was built on the brains and backs of black people, it was birthed from the wombs, works, and wisdom of women. Why do we treat those we owe so much to so poorly? Will that forever be an inherent human flaw?
And, for those who say you can't oppose America and be a "good Christian" (because supporting slavery was such a Christ-like thing for the American people to do), I'm going to pray while I withhold my dollars, defend my family, or openly challenge the government. James 2:14-26.
Folks, stop printing things for people that you could send them. Everyone doesn't need a print out. And all it's doing is wasting resources that we need to focus on conserving.
If you have the opportunity, make a difference. Don't expect anything from it except that someone somewhere will benefit from it. Tomorrow is not promised so, today, leave a bit of goodness behind for the world to hold on to.
You don't have a responsibility to change the world like Barack Obama or Mother Teresa or JFK. But you do have to change it like (insert your name here). Bring your passion to the table every day. Live that passion out. Allow it to shine a light on the world.
"I'm happy Donald Trump became the president b/c we gotta destroy before we elevate." -- Rick Ross I don't often speak on my political views but I'm pretty sure you're able to figure out where I stand. Today, the president signed an executive order removing funding that was intended to be used to offset the … Continue reading One Time For Mother Earth