Can’t quite remember where I heard this first, but it stuck with me ever since. “Don’t take life too seriously, after all none of us are getting out alive.” A quick search attributes this to a Jill Shalvis. Very profound words. ┬áThis phrase causes the forehead to relax and the hair line to slide back. […]

The fool sees a person’s color, gender, and social standing and says, “He or she is my enemy.”  The wise person says nothing, listens intently, and ascertains his or her enemy isn’t even in the room – that person is elsewhere. By malakhai jones (C) copyright 2016