Like many; I’m appalled, angered, and frustrated by the injustice surround the death of Trayvon Martin; however, I’m more appalled, angered, and frustrated by the masses who are now standing up wanting to say/do something; meanwhile they’ve done nothing to thwart the senseless black on black crime
After speaking to a group of young women last week, I’m heartbroken that so many have dealt with and continue to deal with some very painful issues. I’m happy that I’m now in a position to help heal their hurt
We’re ALL in a position to give back to our communities, but many of us aren’t. It doesn’t take a lot of money; just a couple hours of your time to mentor, coach, or listen to our kids…It takes a village people
We all wished we could have hit the recent lottery, but so many of us are already bad with handling finances; imagine the mess that would be further created
Still waters run deep; we need to be mindful of how we treat each other. A hurtful word, a withheld hug, or a simple acknowledgement can make or break someone
Honesty is something so many want, but so few can handle. Would you rather be hated for your honesty or branded a liar?
Facebook, Twitter, or whatever social media does not substitute for real human interaction
Memories don’t leave like people do, but sometimes I wish they would
Just because you or your significant other says, “I love you” doesn’t mean you/they’re invested. Know and do better/more
Let’s learn to bare our souls instead of first bearing our clothes in order to connect or feel connected
Your actions do not go unnoticed; someone is always watching
Perform random acts of kindness daily
That is all!