OK, the truth is, I have no idea how we can achieve world peace, but maybe we could start here:
Recently, I came across an article entitled “The 31 Best Non-A**hole Celebrities on Planet Earth.”
The title intrigued me, so I took the bait and wasted a bit of my life to take the time to scan the article.
I did not expect much and I got even less.
Starting in 1894, the first Monday in September officially became the day we celebrate the contributions of all the regular souls whose labor make this country strong, prosperous, and function-able.
Happy Labor Day!
Another observation you might enjoy: Happy Labor Day
“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” ~ Edmund Burke, Irish political philosopher
I am a woman.
So today as we laugh among friends and family, soak up the sunshine, grill burgers and hot dogs, and finish it all off with red, white and blue cupcakes, I urge us all to take a full minute — yes, a full minute — to taste the salt from the cries of our fellow human beings who are not as lucky as we and who are still being stomped under the ugly combat boots of oppression, senseless violence, and injustice!
Call to action: Now, let us have a Happy 4th of July!
Other related posts: It Was Independence for Some.
There are seven days in a week–and someday isn’t one of them. ~ Hello, My Name Is Doris (2016)
Call to action: Have you been putting something off until someday? Well, then, I command you to get up off your rump seat this instant — and Start. Already!
Moms get so much of the glory–and deservedly so. But, sometimes, it seems that dads and their value is under appreciated and undervalued. And that just is not right!
I was born into a family of warriors, really strong people. ~ SHAILENE WOODLEY
A mother gives birth to life, to the future. There is nothing, nothing more essential, more extraordinary than giving birth to, nurturing, and protecting a new life until that life can fly on its own. This is a very lovely thing.
This morning, Hobby Lobby delivered this message in my email inbox–and I think it is such a beautiful reminder that we must believe in something unfathomable and sublime if we are to attempt to live our lives boldly and abundantly.