ms. ee lee, besides being asian, was a member of one of the most vulnerable classes in society. prior to her murder, ms. lee lived with a mental disability. part iii of this series address ms. lee’s mental condition and whether it played some role in her tragic death and demise. prior to her murder,Continue reading “Ms. Ee Lee’s Life and Tragedy: A Crime Against An At Risk Individual: Part III of the Series”
“every bee that brings the honey needs a sting to be completeand we all must learn to taste the bitter with the sweet” naomi shemer many historical figures had collisions courses with the ten commandments. king david and albert einstein had trouble with a particular commandment. we are all human, we all make mistakes. weContinue reading “Was He Such a Genius That He Thought There Were Only Nine Commandments? A Ten Commandments’ Tale of Adultery”
if you follow the ten commandments, what do you get? this question was answered when king david transferred power to then king solomon. in the transition, king david told then king solomon to “keep the charge of the lord your god, walking in his ways and keeping his statutes, his commandments, his ordinances, and his testimonies, asContinue reading “The Ten Commandments’ Payoff? Just Ask The Wisest Man on Earth”
the two most important words that you can teach your children are “thank you.” the understanding of why is of import. therefore, please continue reading. children are born in to this world incapable of doing anything. they are totally reliant upon others to attend to them. as they grow up, while they may be ableContinue reading “The Two Most Important Words You Can Teach Your Children”
“in a shocking burst of violence that darkened the start of the holiday week, five people were stabbed — two fatally — at a downtown church [san jose grace baptist church] sunday as it welcomed homeless people inside for the night to escape the cold.” mercury news as someone who lives in america’s homeless capital,Continue reading “No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Morality and Homelessness, The Bitter Truth”
sometimes, it is great being old. in the past, there were great singer/songwriters. my childhood was blessed seeing them perform. one of these artists was john denver. he penned a song about finding happiness in the experience of the little things in life that we all can share in. the song is “sunshine on myContinue reading “Getting Positive With The Little Things in Life: Reflections on a Song”
Is Governor Cuomo a Modern Day Pharoah. As the Torah says, Let me People Go!
the lord said to moses, “come to pharaoh and speak to him, ‘so said the lord, god of the hebrews, “send out my people so that they may serve me. exodus 8:1 right now, god is smiling. why? the governor of new york, governor cuomo has declared war against the jewish community of new york.Continue reading “A Modern Day Pharaoh?: God vs. Gov. Cuomo: An Exodus Redux”