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THE LETTER E

Today we celebrate the letter E.

The most common letter in our alphabet….

If our alphabet was a band

E would be its majorette!

 

Since the creation of our alphabet…E has been our friend.

Without E…Einstein has no theory… 

Earth has no beginning….

and life would have no end.

 

Without E we’d have no empathy…

no evolution

E…as a letter…there’s just something about it”

why…do you suppose…there is no E in war 

but we can’t spell peace without it?

 

So if we’re looking to improve the quality of life…

Everyone’s quality

Every you

And every me

What if, every time we use the word quality…

We begin it…with an E.

 

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WHY BLACK LIVES MATTER MATTERS

Here’s a simple lesson I wish everyone could be taught:

When we say Black Lives Matter it doesn’t mean other lives do not!

 

Of course all lives matter…that point is undisputed

But that has never been the case in this country…despite being constituted.

 

So when we say Black Lives Matter this should be your first thought

It means that other lives have mattered more and Black lives…they have not.

 

When we see a person drowning we try to rescue them without thinking

We don’t look to save everyone in the water…only the one who’s sinking.

 

But for over 200 years we have been the ones pushing them under the water

holding them down…

or sitting on the shoreline…content to watch them drown.

 

So when you hear Black Lives Matter think of it as a synonym…

for people who are only asking for an equal chance to swim.

 

Think of it as a way for all people to achieve equality

So we can finally become 

the country we were constituted once to be..

 

So never again will any group be made to feel inferior or small

So after 200 years when we say all lives matter

It finally will mean all.



EQUALITY

In this dream everyone was treated equal
and there was no such thing as evil.
Everyone was working together 
to make differences that matter.

Everyday was a celebration
because woman were known as a beautiful creation.
Black people were blissful
because they no longer had to fear pistols.

Muslim people were no longer worried about discrimination
or being blamed for assassination. 
They were part of the nation.

There was no separation between two lovers
whether it was to woman to woman or man to man.
There was nothing they had to cover
because they could do whatever they can. 

People came out of their shell to shine like a pearl
because they were finally accepted into this world.

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