Tag Archives: dignity

Life’s Most Persistent And Urgent Question Is…

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is ‘What are you doing for others?’” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Today was a day to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  and it was a day dedicated to empowering individuals and strengthening communities, a day meant to build bridges and create solutions for social […]

Our life tomorrow is the result of our attitudes and the choices we make today

Each day we go through life making choices. Sometimes they are carefully thought through choices and sometimes they are impulsive. Sometimes we make them based on what we want for the future and sometimes we make them based on what we want right now. And while we all get to make our own choices, we […]

“If words don’t add up, it’s usually because the truth wasn’t included in the equation.”

“If words don’t add up, it’s usually because the truth wasn’t included in the equation.” -unknown Today I was asked to sit in and observe a situation where a person (whose very job is to be an advocate for truth) stood up and told lie after lie without the slightest indication of regret or shame […]