No simpler term could ever signify the greatest of humanity and compassion then that which was uttered in the 1989 Classic Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.
Sapphire, oh how I missed my chance with you. If you exist, where are you? Why can’t we find each other? What part of my soul do I need to give up for you?
In that comes a dilemma, if you have goals that are unobtainable and therefore you feel like a failure when you are unable to complete them. Not good enough.
If you combine angry people who’s lives are a mess with people who have a low information level due to ingesting news that boarders between inaccurate or completely defamatory, you get 2020.
Integrity is a core value that you MUST have to succeed as a human. And that’s why I wrote The Code. One can never have enough greatness within themselves.
And that’s likely why things never worked out with my ex-wife. This is why things never worked out with anyone that I’ve dated. I have never loved anyone more then myself, aside from my boys.
You control whether you are good or bad, whether you go to the proverbial heaven or the proverbial hell. It is upon your self to escape purgatory and, how you act as a human dictates that.
“Conversation is a lost art and by showing respect to others, to yourself, people can be free to share ideas without fear of violence.” I had a Wonderful conversation with The Reverend the other day at the National Memorial Cemetery…
Racism is intrinsic to any folks, any characteristics. It does not care about your feelings. It does not care about your personality. Racism is racism. Discrimination prejudice has always existed. It has always been, it will always be.
But she was there. She was with me, she was mine and I was her’s. She was everything to me. My world. My love. My existence. As I was for her. Please, stay out of my dreams.