The principal dancer keeps pushing forward

“Keep alive the incentive to push further.” –Dag Hammarskjold My dear and most beloved Apache grandmother often told me great stories regarding my Native American heritage and my favorite stories had to do with Geronimo, the greatest of Apache warriors. Over the years the second favorite story is one my grandmother told me which I…

THE EXAMINED LIFE

“The unexamined life is not worth living.” –Socrates Every writer at one time or another will come to the truth that we all, must face and that is self-examination. I look back over my life and the one thing that life has taught me about myself more than any other is death. I really believe…

Native American Heritage Month – November 2017

“The dishonorable treatment of Native Americans is just a single thread in the tapestry of human depravity.” –Marlon Brando Native American Indians are still striving for the ethos of their elders; there is a constant challenge to keep tribal identity. The worst crime that can befall a people is a loss of their ancestral language…

Bob Marley In Memory

“One love, one blood, one life, you got to do what you should, one life, with each other, Sister, Brother.” –Bono -U2 Bob Nesta Marley was brought into this world by a black women and a white man. He was born on February 6th 1945 in Trench Town, Jamaica. Shunned by his white father most…

SOCRATES

“The unexamined life is not worth living.” –Socrates Our knowledge of the great Socrates is chiefly due to the works of his one time pupil Plato. Socrates was an itinerant philosopher who taught by way of public discussion and oratory; strangely he never wrote any philosophical works of his own. Socrates, unique and distinctive from…

Walk By Faith, Not By Sight

“For we walk by faith, not by sight.” –2nd Corinthians 5:7 I am startled by a cry, it came down from the cross the first time I heard it and I went out and I searched, and I found a man in the throes of crucifixion and I said, I will take You down, and…