Parents, You Can See Things Coming From Miles Away: While You May Not Be Nostradamus, You Need to Trust Your Wisdom: A Ten Commandments’ Story

parents have years of experience and maturity on their children. good parenting must utilize this experience and maturity. parents must trust their instincts. they should never indulge in fantasies. there are times when an experienced parent can see an accident coming from a million miles away. this story was one of them. it was aContinue reading “Parents, You Can See Things Coming From Miles Away: While You May Not Be Nostradamus, You Need to Trust Your Wisdom: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

A True Story About Telling the Truth: Reflections on the Late Great Dan Fogelberg’s “Same Old Lang Syne”

being honest with oneself and life is one of the hardest things to do. life is full of pain, regret and missed opportunities. we are blessed that dan fogelberg had a chance encounter with his high school sweetheart. this encounter was turned into the song “same old lang syne.” pjstar.com the song captures how weContinue reading “A True Story About Telling the Truth: Reflections on the Late Great Dan Fogelberg’s “Same Old Lang Syne””

When They Spew Hate, It is Time to Educate: A Lesson From Professor W. Goodman

“cheeseburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger, no coke, pepsi” saturday night live, when it was funny professor w goodman is ready to have you break a “mental sweat” recently, people are angered over a saturday night live “bogus” news cast that has been viewed as anti-semitic. per a news report, michael che, an snl comedian, during their weekendContinue reading “When They Spew Hate, It is Time to Educate: A Lesson From Professor W. Goodman”

Is There An Effort Gap?

we decry gaps. educational gaps, equity gaps, medical gaps, racial gaps, wealth gaps, trade gaps, etc. we rarely decry about the “effort gap.” effort gaps are often discussed in the sports’ world. scoreboards sometime evidence this diminished effort. individual’s personal worlds do not have scoreboard to judge effort. effort indicators such as school grades, testContinue reading “Is There An Effort Gap?”

The Ten Commandments’ Payoff? Just Ask The Wisest Man on Earth

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”

Chinatown’s George Floyd Moment: The Problematics of Racial Politics: It Is A Ten Commandments’ Problem

anybody watching the news has seen the video of a male african american pushing an elderly asian man from behind down to the sidewalk in a bay area chinatown. the video is powerful. countless news stories of the chinatown violence epidemic lead with that scene. politically correct media, in many accounts, intentionally omit the allegedContinue reading “Chinatown’s George Floyd Moment: The Problematics of Racial Politics: It Is A Ten Commandments’ Problem”

The Most Important Passage In The Bible

this is my personal choice of the most important bible passage. genesis 3:17, “cursed be the ground for your sake; with toil shall you eat of it all the days of your life. and it will cause thorns and thistles to grow for you, and you shall eat the herbs of the field. with theContinue reading “The Most Important Passage In The Bible”

The Ten Commandments of The Ten Commandments

there is the original ten commandments. since then, on the back of original ten commandments, the notion of packaging rules with the number ten has become popular. you can go on the internet and find all sorts of ten commandments such as the ten commandments for learning how to computer code, the ten commandments forContinue reading “The Ten Commandments of The Ten Commandments”

Karenism: Same Old Hate in A Different Package: A Modest Proposal

the term “karen” has become popular in culture. according to dictionary.com, “karen is a pejorative slang term for an obnoxious, angry, entitled, and often racist middle-aged white woman who uses her privilege to get her way or police other people’s behaviors. as featured in memes, karen is generally stereotyped as having a blonde bob haircut, asking to speak to retailContinue reading “Karenism: Same Old Hate in A Different Package: A Modest Proposal”

PT Robbins, Your Personal Motivational Guru, To Help You After You Carelessly Spilled Your Double Cappuccino With Extra Expresso Shots: A Secret To Getting Up From Failure: Changing the Narrative

pt robbins, your personal motivation guru, is back. pt, a big basketball fan, is also a fan of this blog. of interest is a blog post concerning an international incident of petty theft and the individuals involved on the road to redemption. there is new information relating to it which is the inspiration for thisContinue reading “PT Robbins, Your Personal Motivational Guru, To Help You After You Carelessly Spilled Your Double Cappuccino With Extra Expresso Shots: A Secret To Getting Up From Failure: Changing the Narrative”