On occasion, I am pleasantly surprised by a stranger who pays for my meal. Most of the time, I never see their faces or even know their names. I am just the lucky person they decided to bestow a kind gesture to that day. Of course, kindness is contagious, and I usually pay it forward to the next person. These random acts of generosity always move me, and I realize the world isn’t entirely heartless.
In 2019, we live in a self-centered age. Everywhere you turn, people are seeking more fame, money, attention, and power. The lust for “more” is insatiable, and sometimes people can be harmed in the process. Continue reading Reflections: The Golden Rule→
Do you keep your word, or do you let others and yourself down? Trust is a very fragile concept.
A Valuable Lesson
Let me tell you a story. I dated a Capricorn man for seven years. I loved this man deeply and believed we would get married. One day, he told me he wanted to move on, leaving me to pick up the broken pieces of my heart in the wake. Continue reading Reflections: Do You Keep Your Word?→
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If you haven’t heard already, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has unveiled a multi-million dollar college admissions scandal — code name: Operation Varsity Blues.
The FBI reportedly discovered wealthy parents and high-profile celebrities like Felicity Huffman (from Desperate Housewives) and Lori Loughlin (from Full House) were paying millions to a man named William Rick Singer and his company called The Key. With Singer and his company’s assistance, they were able to fake athletic profiles, bribe coaches/administrators, and cheat on entrance exams for prestigious colleges. Continue reading Reflections: Be Humble of Your Monetary Success→