Blog Challenge – Day 22
Leadership is a very difficult quality.
It is not something that can just be studied. It must be garnered out in the field. 296 more words
The truth about forgiveness and other peoples shit.
I recently had an opportunity to interact in a racial discussion. Not such a big secret.
As with all things labeled “race” tensions can often times run high. 961 more words
I was at a leadership camp last winter break, and we were talking about cheating. More specifically, we were talking about what caused cheating.
The talker, Civil Air Patrol’s Major Dana Moss, brought up three things that could be responsible: the cheater, the school in which they cheated, and society in general. 396 more words
Many times when we suffer the consequences of bad choices, we want to blame them on someone’s else. Instead of taking personal responsibility for our decisions and their results, we say, “The devil made me do it,” ” I am in this condition because of the way my parents raised me,” or “If my boss would pay me more, I wouldn’t be in this debt.” ” If only he could love me just a little more, I won’t be contemplating suicide,” 145 more words