You can be anything you want, as long as it is worthy of you.

January 28, 2021
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We are all different. We are not equal. We are all special. We each have strengths and weakness. And, in the diversity that we have, each other and help each other to become better people.

January 28, 2021
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When Grandmommy died, I was afraid that some part of me would die. But instead what happened it’s just the opposite: part of Grandmommy me lives on inside me. Her spirit will be with me all my days. I can call on my memories of her anytime I need to be cheered or comforted or anytime I need to cheer or comfort others.

January 28, 2021
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pg: 81- But what she would do for me it was truly remarkable, and it is the one thing I Val to emulate. Grandmommy he was a very busy woman. She’s sewed for dozens of people; she kept house; she went to Circle club, church, and Wednesday dinners; she attended Actors Theatre, the ballet, coffee…

Do all the good you can, to every person you can, in every way you can, as long as you ever can, because you only pass this way but once.

January 28, 2021
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This quote comes from John Wesley

Culture has the potential to overcome discrimination, poverty, even racism, if it sends the right signals.

January 27, 2021
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Values can take hold only in a supportive culture — a social heredity that represents the total legacy of a group behavior effective in the present.

January 27, 2021
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…If an unfriendly power had attempted to impose upon America the mediocre educational performance that exist today, we might have viewed it as an act of war…

January 27, 2021
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Fundamentally, what emerges from these cultural shifts is an ethos of radical individualism in which autonomy, individual rights, and social equality have gain supremacy as cultural ideals.

January 27, 2021
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In keeping with these ideals, the main goals of personal behavior have shifted from obligation and commitment to social units (families, communities, religions, and nations) to personal choices, lifestyle options, self-fulfillment, and personal pleasure.

Increasingly, family life and family values must compete with a multitude of entertainment media and new communication technologies.

January 27, 2021
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In this environment, parents, schools, and religious institutions are forced to compete with technologies that are conveying values, morals, and virtues to our young people in the guise of “free speech” and “free markets”.

Develop creativity of the mind and confidence in their creative pursuits. Creativity is not truly successful unless it benefits others.

January 27, 2021
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