We live in a culture of experts. You can find information on nearly anything you want. The most sought out information is still for relationship advice. People are hungry to make their relationships better. Single people are looking for advice on finding a partner. married people are looking for help in keeping a partner. Divorced people are looking for advice on not being with their previous partners. The advice runs the gambit from financial habits to sexual habits as ways to find and keep a relationship.
Although most advice has some string of truth in it, very little of the prevailing advice gets to the heart of the matter. The advice I received years ago was simple and straight to the point.
First, be the kind of person that someone wants to be in a relationship with. This will require a great deal of introspection and often times change. The harsh light of self-truth can be debilitating. We all want to think of ourselves as a “gift” to the opposite sex. But more than likely we, in our current state are more likely to be a burden than a gift. This introspection exercise requires that we see ourselves as we are, and also how God sees us in our full potential. The second part of the exercise will encourage us to forge ahead with changes in our ourself that need to be made.
Secondly, make sure you marry the right person. Is the person you are getting in the relationship with going the same direction as you. Do you value the same things? Are you on the “same page” in the most important things like faith, children, finances, sex? Do you have the same picture of your future together? Are you a “homebody?” Are they someone that wants to travel and see the world!! Differences at the beginning of a relationship may seem new and exciting but if you are planning on building a life with this person it might behoove you to be in agreement on the big things. Too many people make the mistake of thinking that their partner will change, or “grow out” of some of the things they want now. But all too often this is not the case.
The advice is simple, be the right person and find the right person.
During the presidential debates Hillary Clinton doubled on the left’s jacked up race narrative. When Trump mentioned making Urban neighborhoods safer Lester Holt and his boss Clinton scoffed at the mere notion. But since when is the only problem facing Urban America racism?
This is a video explaining what Black Wall Street was and what happened there. The most frustrating thing about all of this that even in this very informative video it doesn’t put forth with enough power to use that very same strength to rebuild something as powerful. The video alludes that Black people no longer have the ability mentally or culturally to rebuild something similar. Fight Back Media Group is of the mind that Black Americans have the inate ability to solve what is the biggest problem they have, economics!
The continuous drone from the left that tries to have minorities singularly focused on race is the message that has hamstrung the development or redevelopment of other “Black Wall Streets.!”
Even people in Chicago have discovered the failures of Obama. I think that not only have the failures of Obama become apparent. The only chance that Obama had to do anything worthwhile for Chicago was when he was there.
Another Black American who is sick of cries of racism from the left as if that is the only thing that Black people need to be concerned with. It is as if a strong economy is not a concern to those in the Urban community. Mike Carr, makes strong points about holding liberal Democrats that have run these large urban community for decades are never held accountable by Black people. Carr, is strong in his criticism of not only the left but Hillary Clinton. Please share this post. Mike Carr is a voice that needs to be heard!
Plant City, Florida – A very hot day in Plant City did not deter a smallish but loyal gathering that cam out to see Florida Senator Marco Rubio. Rubio opened a campaign office in Brandon last week. Many of those in attendance have been Rubio supporters since 2010. Rubio started his senate campaign in Plant City at a Tea Party Rally.
Willie Lawson of Fight Back Media Group was there even then.
Rubio spoke to the crowd about the importance of voting. He brought up how important the senate was to the supreme court appointees that may be nominated. he touched on the horror of Obamacare and challenges facing working families.
Hillary Clinton won the Margret Sanger award. Clinton holds Sanger in high regard and esteem. So it is amazing that she can stand and call Trump or anyone else racist. As she is throwing out her deck of race cards we are countering with truth cards!