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  • Kiwanna Riddick
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Change

    Change

    Change. What is change? This is a question I have asked myself so many times before. What is change, what does change mean to me? As I look around the world, I see so many different things, different people, different places, and different circumstances. I see a world, a place in complete and total chaos. Nations in distress. Homes turn into rubble. Lands turned into war zones. We hear time and time again, "together we can change the world." but can we really change the world and if we could where do we start? How do you change a world who rages and fight over their many differences? How do you change a system that's been put in place, to keep the inhabitants of the nation in which they live, oppressed and controlled? How do you change a world where society says it's not ok to be different from others? How do you change a world where a person is judge by the color of their skin or the background of their nationality rather than being judge by the character of their heart? How do you change a world where people try to think for you as if your not smart enough to think for yourself? How do you change a world where a person is not just oppressed in their community but they also have to face cruel judgement at home also? How do you change a world where people think how much money you save is more important than the money you spend to feed a person who is hungry? How do we change our world, to be honest I'm not sure if we can change the entire world but I think I know where we start. We don't start with our communities, not even our own homes. We start with our own hearts. The way I see it is every person, every man, woman, boy, and girl is individually made which means we all get a chance to say who we are going to be to ourselves, our families, our communities, and even the impact we each will have on the world. For example racism will not change because the government put laws in place against racism and discrimination; racism starts in the heart of man. If a person hates someone because of skin tone or nationality that is considered racism but that can change if a racist person chooses to get know a person for who they are rather than judging based off of skin tone or nationality, because we are all different even if we come from the same national background. Change comes when a mother chooses to embrace her daughter's love for sports rather than ballet or a father embraces his son's love for ballet rather than sports. Change starts within. Change you, change your home, change your community, change the world.
  • Lee Naylor
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Another timeline

    Another timeline

    The house so full of people, feeling the walls closing in and remembering a time not so long ago, the laughter of children as they ran in & out. Screams from the yard as they jump high on the tramp. The sun shining down through the trees, leaving shadows of leaves across their sweet cheeks.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published about 10 hours ago
    5 Simple Tips for Self Improvement

    5 Simple Tips for Self Improvement

    With as many things that require attention in your life, it is hard to remember to make time to better yourself. Whether you are a parent, busy working professional or all of the above, self-care is always something you should make a priority. Contrary to popular belief, there is no shame in blocking off a few hours of your week to focus on your mental and physical well-being. While it may seem like there is no time in your day to focus on yourself with so much going on, you may be surprised by how easy it can be to squeeze in a few hours of "you" time. If you are struggling to come up with ways to challenge and improve yourself, you have come to the right place. Here are some tips that may spark some ideas.
  • Norene Cashen
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Discovering 50 Cent: Philosopher of Fearlessness

    Discovering 50 Cent: Philosopher of Fearlessness

    My quest for knowledge about human potential has driven me to read hundreds of books. But lately I’ve noticed that every title I pick up feels like a rehash of the previous one. Yes to positive thinking. Yes to meditation. Yes to awareness. I’m all about those things. But something needed to shift.
  • Gordon O.
    Published about 10 hours ago
    This Uber Driver changed my perception

    This Uber Driver changed my perception

    I was sitting tight in line for a ride at the air terminal. At the point when a Uber taxi pulled up, the primary thing I saw was that the man was cleaned to a splendid sparkle. Sprucely wearing a shirt, dark tie, and newly squeezed dark pants. The Uber taxi driver leapt out and adjusted the vehicle to open the back traveler entryway for me.
  • Liga Dixon
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Walking Away

    Walking Away

    In the world that is full of amazing possibilities, why is it so difficult to walk away from things that does not make us happy? We stay in unhappy relationships, bad jobs, uncomfortable situations, we stick with bad habits and bad influence, but why? It is not like we don't know that we are in a bad place. We do know that, we admit that, we speak about it, we complain about it and yet we do not walk away, even more so - we try to justify why we are not walking away.
  • Sarah
    Published about 10 hours ago
    August 2020 Monthly Goals: Business and Blog

    August 2020 Monthly Goals: Business and Blog

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  • Walter B
    Published about 11 hours ago
    IS IT WORTH YOUR CAREER?

    IS IT WORTH YOUR CAREER?

    No one wants to work until they’re old and no one wants to be stuck in a career they do not like. Some people can will make the gamble; others are not interested in risking it all. It seems fear or doubt can be the partaker in these bearings and also deciding if it is worth the risk. Some people have jobs that come with retirement benefits, making it difficult to leave.
  • CD
    Published about 11 hours ago
    The Magic of Gratitude

    The Magic of Gratitude

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