People are rarely persuaded when you tell them they're wrong.Dr. Neil deGrasse TysonWritten a couple of days late for the One-Liner Wednesday Challenge from Linda G. Hill.
Posted for the One Liner Wednesday Challenge from Linda G. Hill. I saw this and remembered some of the images from the Capital riots, and I thought the same applies to the United States. The only solution to South Africa's crisis is for whites to accept blacks as human beings." The Right Reverend Desmond Tutu,... Continue Reading →
The beauty of the love of continued learning and expanded knowledge is that it allows us to reach our God-given potential in ways far beyond our own beliefs and the expectations of others. Written for the One Liner Wednesday, January 6, 2021 from Linda G. Hill.
It's beginning to look like a democracy again. Written for One Liner Wednesday prompt from Linda G. Hill: It's beginning.
Finish the following sentence in one sentence for One Liner Wednesday from Linda G. Hill: You know you're a nerd when: You constantly go beyond your comfort zone, to fulfill your potential.
Aw-shucks, trailblazing doesn't permit sleep-ins. Written for the One-Liner Wednesday Challenge from Linda Go. Hill. I looked up the words from 1951 , the year I was born, in the Merriam-Webster's Time Traveler, and created a saying., as requested.
The struggles you have endured attest to the granite in your soul! Written for One Liner Wednesday from Linda G. Hill.
Forgive, not for their sake, but for your peace. Written for One-Liner Wednesdays from Linda G. Hill.
When others cannot visualize your dreams, and, therefore think it impossible, you keep believing until the impossible becomes your reality. Written for One-Liner Wednesday from Linda G. Hill. I learned through experience to never allow others to define my possibility. I went from being on the welfare to teaching at a prestigious university in California,... Continue Reading →
Like the trees in winter, let us remember to rest our bodies, releasing all the fears, worries, and disappointments of last year, leaving us rested, renewed, rejuvenated, and ready for a new season in our lives. Written by Regina Davis-Sowers, PhD for One-Liner Wednesday from Linda G. Hill: Spring is Sprung.