This is the heart of Camelot, not these stones, not these timbers, these palaces and towers. Burn them all and Camelot lives on, because it lives in us. Camelot is a belief that we hold in our hearts. ~ FIRST KNIGHT (1995)
In her 1969 book Death and Dying, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, the Swiss American psychiatrist and pioneer in near-death studies, first introduced the idea of the five stages of grief:
What else can I say?!
This election season has been a bleak commentary on just how far removed too many among us are from social, racial, gender, and humanitarian enlightenment!
For me, General Election 2016 has absolutely nothing to do with the important issues.
Am I the only person, who thinks there is way too much nothing going on in our world today?
“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” ~ Edmund Burke, Irish political philosopher
I’m a woman.
We had Medgar Wiley Evers, who fought valiantly until June 12, 1963 when he was shot in the back. As the bullet slashed through his heart, he staggered 30 feet before collapsing. He died 50 minutes later for the cause.
No law-abiding American should be made to face evil with empty hands. ~ National Rifle Association (NRA)
I hear you NRA, but here we are again.