In my column today, I am going to attempt something that I seldom do.
The story that I am going to share with you about my personal involvement with the historical and unprecedented events that took place on September 11, 2001, may be hard for some to believe.
I have often been asked by people and those who work in concert with me in putting my articles, pamphlets, books, and other literary material together where do I get the ideas from to write and compile so many compositions continually.
Every so often, I feel it necessary to change the course or the routine way in how I present issues and stories in my weekly column.
For many years now, I have endeavored to embrace and live by the following principle: “People will either increase you or decrease you.”
+3 The First Day Of School I am going to invite you on a journey back through time by way of the time travelers’ bus. The drivers of this special bus (that occasionally transport time travelers either backward or forward in time) are called memory and imagination. We are going to make two very strategic…
Quite a few years ago (decades to be exact), a distant relative of mine (who had migrated to the Atlanta, Georgia area) confronted me with a question.
As I look back over the course of my life (that extends for nearly seventy years), I have experienced many things – perhaps more than the average person.
Many of the things I present and comment on in my weekly column are issues and topics that the common person who reads it can easily identify with – things that they have experienced or will be confronted with in the future.
Recently, the day of June 19 was made a national holiday because it was the day (back in 1865), when the last slaves in America were granted independence.