Showing posts from December, 2009

Common sense isn't common....

Now, I am one who appreciates good old common sense.
I am a thinking man/husband and the truth is so simple. Common sense isn't common. That is very true in society today.

We like to complicate things. If something seems too simple,
we think it can't possibly be effective. And the pure and
simple truth is that nature has given us what we need to
keep our bodies healthy and well.

And to mutilate and destroy the body in any way under the
guise of attempting to heal it makes no sense at all. I am not a practitioner or a scientist, but I am a creature of nature, and I have learned to live according to natural laws.

First you have to decide to accept responsibility for your
health and understand that you have the authority to choose
what you are going to take into your life.

So what are the things that are going to build your health?


1. The Human Mind is Ultimately the Most Important Building
Block to Health and Well-being.

We showed earlier, …

Happy Birthday BabyGirl ....Sweet 16th

My Babygirl has become of age definition a young person transition from childhood to adulthood. The age at which this transition takes place varies in society, as does the nature of the transition. I remember her first birthday to first steps, talkin and jumpin down a flight of stairs my little dare-devil, she is not afraid to try new things dancin, singin , her poems and short stories are expression of her thought patterns of thinking outside of the box. A heart of gold but can set things correctly if need be...sista-girlfriend "Attitude" classy and not too ghetto LOL! She looks to find good in all people no matter the race,ethnic,nor religion they may be.....she's not naive about her surroundings nor judgmental of others.
My daughter has been speaking Japanese since Pre-school. Her plans are to become an international interpreter for the Government. She is the 3rd baseman and the cleanup hitter for her High School softball team. Her Grade GPA is wo…

Toby Keith - Cryin' For Me (Wayman's Song)

Toby Keith song, "Cryin' For Me," a tribute to the late Wayman Tisdale. It's really a beautiful song and the video is terrific. Tobey Keith ft. Dave Koz, Marcus Miller and Arthur Thompson - which begins with the outgoing message from Tisdale's answering machine.

Makes us miss Wayman even more. Take a look below.

"Cryin for Me"
Got the news on Friday morning
But a tear I couldn't find
You showed me how I am supposed to live
Now you showed me how to die
I was lost til Sunday morning
I woke up to face my fear
While writing you this goodbye
song I found a tear

I'm going to miss that smile
I'm going to miss you my friend
Even though it hurts the way it ended up
I'd do it all again

So play it sweet in heaven
Cause that's right where you want to be
I'm not cryin cause I feel so sorry for you
I am cryin for me

I got up and dialed your number
Your voice came on the line
That old familiar message
I've heard a thousand times
It just …

Temptation will always be out there....Yes or No

Temptation will always be out there, whether you look for it, or not. Will you be interested in other men/women after you got married? Chances are "yes, it is likely to happen". Will you regret getting married to him/her at some point? Yes, specially in difficult times. But you've made a choice. When you choose him/her to be your husband/wife you say "this is the man/woman I want to spend my life with, no matter what. I choose him/her and renounce to any other that may appear in my life in the future". Temptations will happen, difficult times will come, and you have to learn how to overcome those and stay faithful to your choices. Most of all, to your promise. No one is saying it is easy, but this is exactly the point: you need to learn how to be strong to full fill your promise to your husband/wife and to God. After you are under the bonds of matrimony you and your husband/wife become one under God's eyes. You are a family now and it is your duty to keep i…

The Les Brown Story

Les has had no formal education beyond high school, but with persistence and determination he has initiated and continued a process of unending self-education which has distinguished him as an authority on harnessing human potential. Les Brown's passion to learn and his hunger to realize greatness in himself and others helped him to achieve greatness.