Green Light

I got the green light to write what I know is right from within, so many chapters I don’t know where to begin, so many blessings I feel ashamed when I sin, took so many losses I feel the same when I win, got lost so many times on the road less traveled I can’t remember where does it end……does it ever end? Is life the curse and death the gift? Is the struggle real or all just a illusion, is it just mass confusion or is it collusion? What is the solution for our mental destitution? Red Light….

Great sleep and great stretching

Nothing is better than a great night of sleep. When you add stretching when you wake up to the equation you feel so refreshed and energized. The best way to start your day is to end your night right. Go to bed at a decent time so you can give your mind and body time to rest and rejuvenate itself. The stretching when you wake is also good for relieving stress. These are two great ways to prepare yourself for todays journey.

Quote of the Day Oct 22, 2014

Sometimes I am asked, “How do you maintain your cool when faced with ridiculous claims and statements by your opponents?” There was a time

when I was a hothead, and my temper wreaked havoc in my life until I learned to take myself out of the center of the circle. The real key to staying cool and calm is to relenquish selfishness and always consider the feelings of others. -Ben Carson, MD

What I learned today Oct 19, 2014

What I learned today, is the more I learn the more questions I have. I question why we are fed a false history in our American school system. I also question why have we not improved our educational system here in America. The more you self educate the more you realize the real lies you were told.

Quote of the Day

Now is the accepted time, not tomorrow, not some more convenient season. It is today that our best work can be done and not some future day or future year. It is today that we fit ourselves for the greater usefulness of tomorrow. Today is the seed time, now are the hours of work, and tomorrow comes the harvest and the playtime. W.E.B. Du Bois