Archive | March 2012

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A Parable Shared by Buddha

Inspiration is not lacking this afternoon, but energy is. I will dance with a variety of topics over the next several days, but thought I would share a parable here today… The parables of Jesus are widely known in the Western culture, but little is known of the parables of Buddha. This enlightened one’s lessons […]

“Trayvon”‘s Tragedy Stretches the Tension of a Nation

My old man’s a white old man And my old mother’s black. If ever I cursed my white old man I take my curses back. If ever I cursed my black old mother And wished she were in hell, I’m sorry for that evil wish And now I wish her well My old man died […]

How Are Tax Dollars Educating America?

Nothing to say here, just check out this infographic…  

Apparently, I am a Very Inspiring Blogger…

“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put foundations under them.” – Henry David Thoreau What an honor to be considered “Inspirational” by someone, especially someone with a story like Jen’s from “Step on a Crack“. Connecting with human beings like […]

Living in Your Own Utopia

Imagine a small country with few people. They have weapons and do not employ them; they enjoy the labor of their hands and do not waste time inventing laborsaving machines. They take death seriously and do not travel far. Since they dearly love their homes, they are not interested in travel. Although they have boats […]

A Past, Exposed (pt. 1)

“Hitting rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.” – JK Rowling What is a blog? Why do I write? What is my objective? Entering the third month since I began this blog, I’ve decided now is as good a time as any to begin asking these questions. This blog has […]

Teens: 1982 vs. 2012

The following infographic shares some pivotal changes that occur over a single generation. Personally, I am closer to the 1982 generation, though I was born in early 1986. I know, I’m still a baby… Then vs. Now: How things have changed from 1982-2012 The typical teenager in the early 1980s was rocking a Walkman and […]