“Forget injuries. Never forget kindness” – Confucius


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The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, where the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. relayed his vision of a color-blind nation, was commemorated this past week. And while MLK’s vision continues as a work in progress, here is an interesting point of view of how segregation went on for so long because most people […]


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Some people are not that obvious. In the sense that you will not get to like them or hate them the moment you meet them. It takes a while to see their whole personality and they appear in their true colors later on.


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Let us just hope that this situation in Egypt resolves itself. Too many lives are being lost in the civil conflict. And unless something is done, the death toll is going to get worse and countless more will follow. May all parties come to their senses ASAP and stop this violence. Why is it that […]


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Discrimination takes many forms. It can be based on any number of things. Race, sex/gender, sexual preference, family background, wealth, etc. None of it is right. Because the simple truth is that all human beings are created equal and should be treated as such in the eyes of other human beings. Any person who does […]


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