Category Archives: respect

Skyline Lessons

It’s getting increasingly harder every day to maintain a positive attitude and outlook, especially when your daily newsfeed is filled with negativity and hints of outright hatred. At times, the stuff in the news can make you sick to your … Continue reading

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The Value of You

If you’ve ever been ridiculed, bullied, mocked, or if anyone has ever made you feel worthless (“good for nothing like wet matches”) always remember that God loves everybody, regardless of your hair color, regardless of your skin color, ect.  Your  … Continue reading

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In my 53 years, I’ve been told to “be quiet”, “shut up”, and to “go away” quite a few times , but it’s nice to hear otherwise every now and then. Recently, I thoroughly enjoyed an interview session at a … Continue reading

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