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LEADERSHIP STARTS WHERE THE JOB ENDS

Leadership starts where the job ends. Being a risker, a pioneer, taking chances, all important elements in some phases of leadership. If you risk you may lose. If you pioneer you may be wrong. Leadership is for you if you can stand out from the crowd, dare to be a target, dare to risk to…

EVERYDAY IS A BIRTHDAY

EVERYDAY Every day is a birthday. We are born anew everyday to new opportunities. Everyday is a death day. At its end, we die in sleep and close another chapter in life. Every day is a Resurrection day. We rise from “deaths deception”, resurrected in a new expression of ourselves. Everyday is a Judgment day.…

Tranquility is a condition of openness and receptivity to the treasures of life. It is the ability to view the world through gentler glasses and hear our fellows with kinder ears. It is the ability to see things as they really are, instead of how we’d like them to be. It is a condition of…

Tranquility is its own reward and then some. Tranquility is a condition of openness and receptivity to the treasures of life. It is the ability to view the world through gentler glasses and hear our fellows with kinder ears. It is the ability to see things as they really are, instead of how we’d like…

LEARNING TO HATE

LEARNING TO HATE By G. Anthony Williams I am examine the origins of hate as demonstrated in “The Artificial Nigger,” from the collection of short stories entitled A Good Man is Hard to Find (1955), American author Flannery O’Connor tells the story of a racist southern grandfather who takes his naïve grandson on a day…

TO CREATE MEANS TO BRING INTO BEING SOMETHING THAT HAS NEVER EXISTED BEFORE What do I want to create for my life? How long has it been since you thought about what the world you want to be living in should look like, instead of what it does look like? Whether you have a clear…

Prescient, ingenious, and wonderfully realized, these uproarious, two-one plays were first performed in 1971 and are radical, 1960’s-style political satires that skewer race relations. To celebrate its 50th anniversary, The Negro Ensemble Company, Inc. is producing a season of revivals of works from their distinguished past that were notable in their original productions. G. Anthony Williams…

I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught.- Winston Churchill We are used to learning the hard way. Many of us think we’re different and can learn things our own way. But then we get in too much trouble or pain. We make mistakes because we are human, we are imperfect,…