Celebrating Dr. King Day, Dr. King’s Way

Give Love For MLK Day! It is very well known that Dr. King was a civil rights leader. However, when I listen to humans talk about and express discriminatory views toward certain groups of people, lifestyles, and classes — yet claim to understand and appreciate the struggles and sacrifices of the civil rights movement, itContinue reading “Celebrating Dr. King Day, Dr. King’s Way”

Holiday Acrimony: ‘Tis The Season

Dealing With The Rudeness of The Holiday Season I went to Walmart today to grab a few things (I’m at Walmart often because it’s close and I can quickly run in and out). While there, I ran into an employee that I often converse with. He’s from Detroit, so whenever I see him, I yell,Continue reading “Holiday Acrimony: ‘Tis The Season”

Those Who Trespass Against Us

Resisting Revenge “Beware of the man who does not return your blow: he neither forgives you nor allows you to forgive yourself.“ ~George Bernard Shaw Several years ago, a high school classmate of mine started dating this girl. Because he and I were always close, I also became close with his girlfriend. For years, sheContinue reading “Those Who Trespass Against Us”

Drama: The World’s Guilty Pleasure

Admitting That You Kinda Dig The Drama Sometimes I think that us humans give drama a bum rap. We have all of these sayings and ideas that suggest that we do not care for it; that we wanna be “drama free”. We want “no more drama”. And of course, you can “save the drama for your mama!”. AllContinue reading “Drama: The World’s Guilty Pleasure”

I Know We Just Met, But I Don’t Think I Like You

How To Handle Introductions To Unpleasant People Have you ever met someone that you instantly did not like? I’m sure that at some point we have all experienced this. It’s not always a bad thing. I had an experience a few years ago where I was invited to a friends house and when I arrived,Continue reading “I Know We Just Met, But I Don’t Think I Like You”