Tag Archives: poverty

FMM 10 28 16 Baked in your DNA

“We must make good use of this life for the time that we have left. This brief flash of light, like the sun appearing through the clouds.”~Kalu Rinpoche. When I was about 15 I had my first perm.  Like most females I was convinced that my own look was not good enough, I had to […]

FMM 11 13 15 Degrees of Freedom

“Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but our self can free our mind. ”Marcus Garvey.   Going back to school brings with it a host of challenges, one of which is a subject known as statistics.  The good news is, they don’t expect you to know formulae any more, and there are programs that run […]

FMM 9 25 16 Changing Perspective

http://www.amazon.com/Friday-Morning-Messages-Inspiration-Volume/dp/151716673X FMM 9 25 15 Changing Perspective “Most activism is brought about by us ordinary people.” ~Patricia Hill Collins Last night I heard ‘Her Story’, about a woman whose name I had never heard before: Dorothy Day. Of course I immediately thought of Doris Day, but this was a woman of a totally different order. […]

FMM 1 16 15 What’s your Excuse?

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.  Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” ~ Marianne Williamson   As a child I was raised with the expectation that no matter what, I would always do my best.  That gave me a work ethic that demanded that any job I was […]

FMM 12 13 13 Long Time Coming

“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.”~ Leo Tolstoy.   I am an impatient person, of this I am fully aware.  I have to consciously make myself wait, breathe, and allow things to happen.  We are often dissatisfied with our life, our jobs, the people we share space with, […]