Love Me Long Time

I know you can’t. Its not in naturally possible for you to so much. But, I make it up for you. I look forward to making up this love that you lack to expose with consistency forever. It is not possible. One day. Someday. Today, Yesterday, whenever you want you exist to make me wither. Ultimately, I can allow this graciously or not. It will happen. But when this world consumes you which it will let the intake be like nourishment to the existence. You have to allow you it your strength. Each moment allowed to breathe is your moment to enhance your spiritual weight the ground scales surrounding us. A space surrounding that. A fear surrounding that. A truth we live to feel to open your eyes to smiles and love warmth hit our face. We have to love this earth knowing it can’t care about us. We can’t fight this struggle. We embrace its love bond to be created among us but, still hasn’t shaped our being consensus. When will we all be on the same page to love to love and work for it understanding nothing about our earth is to love us as we should forever. Everything eventually wilts, smothers to core. Carries into and sometimes on with the wind. We view this as our beauty. The place where love is culminated. This is the only element that is forever. How we touch one another and it is outwardly apparent to our neglect our earth as it does us, with no thought to love for the us  and forever love. This is our fairy tale. We don’t want to believe it can exist. We fear this love me long time perfection. It wouldn’t work for us. The sun doesn’t move yet we think it pops into our sky but we orbit around the same space. It doesn’t take sedation from a dentist dental implants Raleigh NC work to sit back and notice simple beauty in a butterfly when on the laughing gas. It takes that to actually not care what the outsider would say when I want to notice and love such beauty of earth and life. The recognition is instilled far deeper than any sedated stated could bring to the surface. Love must exists and appreciation continuously flow here. World continues to turn as far as we come to know. Art Imitates Life and or vice versa. The important thing to gather is the knowledge to love and why it should seem natural to do so, sometimes it has been shown and proven that masses of us must learn. We can’t swallow this yet?



The Beginning

Common Core State Standards are set up so that students are prepared for success. These guidelines were created by teachers to allow them to develop critical-thinking, problem solving and analytical skills. There are universal, clear and consistent in letting individuals know what is needed to be known in math and English from kindergarten all the way to twelfth grade. I spoke with a personal mentor who is a dentist Pittsburgh and who had to receive the higher education to get where he was today. He informed me of his beginning and said he came from a hard working mother and father who never exceeded a 5th grade  formal education path. The Common Core Standards provide important tools to encourage parental involvement and allows teachers to measure student progress during the school year. These standard are beneficial because they allow all learning to take place on a level playing field, ensuring that all children are prepared for the world.  Forty-three states have adopted these standards and utilize them. States who have not yet joined this effort are at a disadvantage because they have no direction within their educational system. Without standards in place, states are creating discrepancy and grey areas as to what a child is supposed to be and needing to learn in order to be successful. “The standards are designed to build upon the most advanced current thinking about preparing all students for success in college and their careers” (CCSSO 2010). Not utilizing these standards will created more students unprepared for college level or entry level careers. This in turn will create more poverty within states because of the inability to find jobs because of the lack of knowledge and preparedness. Continue reading

The Values & Morals of Character Role Models in the Movies

The Values & Morals of Character Role Models in the Movies

Lets explore some much needed positive role models for us to experience and learn from in the films we call our favorites. I had the pleasure of upgrading my home movie theater with a licensed Electrician Marietta, who did an outstanding job in a fairly short amount of time for my screening purposes and preferences. Needless to say I was highly impressed, which was in turn able to enhance my viewing experience of this highly inspirational film.

Coach Carter is a great movie based on the true story of Ken Carter. In this movie, Carter goes back in the past by getting the chance to coach at his high school alma mater. He not only brought greatness back into the program but respect, teamwork, hard work, integrity and accountability. He was not only creating ball players but training young men built for the future. He states his expectations and makes them clear by having the players sign a contract to abide by them.
One dilemma that Coach Carter faced in the movie was getting his team to realize the importance of education and preparing for the future. At this point in the movie the team had begun to come together, work cohesively as a unit, win games and be respected as a real team. Everything seemed to be falling into place except their academics. There were players that were doing poorly in their classes, breaching their initial contract. Because of this breach and the principle that they were a team and they suffered together, Coach Carter canceled games for the rest of the season and locked the gym until the grades were brought up. For this decision he was ridiculed by parents, administration, students and players but in spite of it all he stood by his beliefs and stuck to his moral obligation to not only coach but to be an example that taught those young men responsibility, community/teamwork, accountability, respect and determination. He believed in this so much that he was willing to quit his job because of the lack of support he got from the school board by opening the gym. Knowing the values he had instilled from the beginning, the players came together as one and not only brought up their grades but made evident lifestyle changes that were because of Coach Carter’s guidance and presence. Continue reading

Education and Philosophies

What is Most Important to You about Sex?

Sex is a vital part in every romantic relationship between two people, but many times people take this act for granted. Many people believe that sex is for one person and not for the couple involved in the action; this, in my opinion, is severely wrong. Today, the act of sex has become immensely selfish; each person is in it for themselves and works to find their pleasure before the other can reach their climax. I find that the most important thing about sex for me is the idea of reciprocity and the relationship between giving and receiving pleasures. Without the partner in a sexual act, there would be no act in the first place; so why do so many people believe that it is right to take pleasure and not bestow pleasure? It all comes down to the idea of keeping oneself happy.

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Our Age

The information age is the generation I live in and I recognize the opportunity in an Information Technology career. I have always been connected to a computer since grade school, and also been the call for help when problems with technology arise in my family circle. Information Technology has so many avenues to pursue today and I’m interested in many like Software development engineering. I also recognize the technological advances of music and the information technology you must be aware of to produce digital music from your own laptop anywhere you go and create incredible sounds. Music is also a passion of mine and I intend to produce and gain knowledge from the Information Technology. Information Technology is the study or use of systems for storing, retrieving, and sending information. Computer is defined as an electronic device for storing and processing data.

The first programmable computer was designed and invented from 1936 to 1938 by Konrad Zuse named the Zuse 1. The first commercial digital computer was the Z4 designed by Zuse in 1944. Five input devices are the keyboard, mouse, digital camera, scanners, and joysticks. Five output devices are the computer monitor is a device that displays signals on a computer screen. printer, speakers, projector, and radio.

Windows 7 was produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers designed to work with Vista- compatible applications and hardware. Unix is a multitasking, multi-user computer operating system. Mac OS is a series of graphical user interface based operating systems developed by Apple for the Macintosh computer systems line. Singularity was an experimental operating system built by Microsoft Research. Tron is a real time operating system started by Professor Dr. Ken Sakamura of the University of Tokyo 1984.

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Contemporary Art Center

First stop, first post lets take an Atlanta limo service to set the precedence of being chauffeured through luxurious artistry throughout this blog. As I first walk into the door of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, realized it was my first experience into a small yet spacious art facility that held local artist’s work. I started the exhibition admiring the works of Steven L. Anderson. The Energy Strategies are wheel shaped writings of inspirational sayings like “money will come.” I particularly was drawn to these saying not only because I am just as optimistic about my future in the same regard, but also in awe of the punishment style repetitive writing. In grade school as a class if we acted up and created trouble we were assigned to write sayings decided by the teacher hundreds of times over as disciplinary tool. Personally, this process was painstakingly annoying, and agitating knowing the teachers will just throw them away anyway. When seeing the same style in a wheel over and over the appreciation starts to build. You can experience the same agonizing process with the artist when you can see the phrase written clearly and carefully legible and other times with a rushed, tough to read scribbling. You get the feeling the phrase gives off when seeing it over and over, which is even though it’s not here and its tough it will come clear to you at some point, just keep thinking positive repeatedly.  In this same room there is large rug, which I later found out is a prayer rug, and seat cushions around. The artist welcomes you to sit and gather around the rug for a peaceful meditative experience.

As I made my way to the room next door the first thing that came to my eye is a assemblage figure which appears to be a deer figure with high heels. It’s interesting what a couple of tree limbs and a sheet can be crafted into. I would have liked to learn the name of this piece but didn’t see any labels around the project. I moved around the wall to view all the historical photographs taken throughout the history of Atlanta. Atlanta has a rich black history and is showcased in this exhibit. You can find pictures of the young Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King, and even Hank Aaron. The background and wall paper for the whole center is the peach tree. Wall to wall you’ll find connecting branches with peaches growing from each limb. I got a chance to view an image that was very startling, the lynching of African Americans.  There were at least two photos of actual men hanging as a crowd of white men watch with blank looks on their face as if they discovered their own creation. I was touched by these photos and humbled by the powerful images. In the same cluster I immediately understood the photographers vision when I saw an old African American gentleman sitting next to a young white child boy. Moving along the wall things get lighter in feeling and important figures like Martin Luther and his wife Coretta are shown walking the streets of the city. A lot of the photos had no label or captions near them which adds to speculation if you knew nothing about history. I would have liked to see captions titling the photo and even names of the people in them. Overall I had an enlightening experience visiting the Atlanta Contemporary Center and would recommend others to attend to reevaluate your vision and outlook in life and reality.