Americans routinely proclaim a commitment to family values, but our behavior often says something altogether different.
Far too many of us sit around waiting for others to solve our problems or remove barriers and obstructions to our lives where no barriers or obstructions even exist.
Sometimes the words we use invite actions and events that we really didn’t want.
It’s all so exhausting being an African American father, and I am sure millions of other parents like me are feeling precisely the same these days.
Personal Liberty vs. National Responsibility
Can there be justice and peace anywhere if there is not justice and peace everywhere?
Can you see all the colors in the rainbow?
Despite now living during a time associated with universal feelings of despair and uncertainty, I’ve found a new truth, a sense of exceptional clarity, and a relentless belief in a glorious future.
Although today’s Pandemic has effectively stolen my customary ability to tell as many jokes about my fondness for being alone, I refuse to let the Coronavirus steal my joy
Just because the world tends to be a cold place doesn’t mean we have to play it cool all the time.
Relationships of all kinds would be greatly improved if we recognized and embraced the value of the present moment.
This is the part where we discuss your inability to reason and think clearly.
The average parent will generally spend around $700 purchasing Christmas gifts – gifts that in all probability will be tossed aside by our children in a month or less.
Give your children the gift of the truth.
How you raise and treat them is likely how they will raise and treat the next generation; how they will care for humanity.
“You are never too old to learn, and never too young to teach.” ~Les Brown