So You Can, Stupid, Just Try!

Hey you, stupid, if you ever wanted something in your life, whatever it is, and you haven’t gotten it yet, it’s because you simply don’t want it. But if you really want it, then go get it. No what it is, no matter how long it takes, just go do it, don’t quit and don’t give up on what you really want.

Anything is possible, but only if you strongly believe, only if you try, don’t just say you want it, you have to get up and go get it, no matter what it takes, just get up, and go get it, don’t hold back, don’t be shy, and don’t worry about what anybody else is saying. It’s your life, you have to do what you want in your life, you have to do it for you, for yourself, may be for your family, for your community, or for your country.

Just know this; nobody is going to do it for you. Don’t expect anyone to do it for you, and even if you ask or pay someone to do it for you, they will never do it for you exactly the way you want it. You’ve got to be involved, you’ve got to be a participant, you’ve got to be there, it’s how you want it, the way you want it. So go get it. You are just a second away from getting there, just keep on trying.

Remember, a winner is just a big loser who never gave up. You can have it all, you can do it all, you can do anything, but only if you try harder, but smart. And, while you are trying to do it, don’t forget to say a prayer, to ask for help from the Mighty; it works, always, and it will work for you as well, just believe and go out there and do it, now.

Just remember, haste makes waste, so don’t get demoralized if it’s not working out the first time, just keep on trying, it’s already yours, just go out there, claim it, and get it.

Don’t give up, stop being stupid, go out there and get it!


Double-Standard; Still the Surprisingly Insanity Factor

It’s been noted that even in this day and time, certain people of color and perhaps moreover, gender and or religion, still feel like they still have to work twice as hard as their counterparts, just to prove themselves that they are actually just as good as their counterparts and are just as worth of doing something good and or even better just as their counterparts.

I am doing a research for my research project on “double standard tactical usage”, especially in the world of business, sports, academia or whatever else the situation might be unique, and I want to hear some opinions from those while they are trying to do something better to achieving and fulfilling their dreams, goals and wishes in life, that they feel mistreated, left out, or simply being passed out by either not given an opportunity, promotion or a fair play, because they believe it is because of their race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.

If you are one of these and especially if you are an entrepreneur, athlete, politician, or whatever else it is that you are, or trying to do, and in your conquest to realizing your dream and potential, that you’ve experienced some kind of perhaps discrimination or double standard tactics, whereby you feel like you’ve been particularly left out and have not been given a fair chance or an opportunity simply because you believe it is based on your color, race, gender, ethnicity, national origin, creed or sexual orientation, I’d like to hear from you with your particulars, story and your mistreated experience by anyone, anywhere within the last 10 years.

Please email me with your details and particulars; just your first name, city, state (if in US), country, race, gender, and age at research (at) If necessary, I may need to talk to you or email you back to learn more about your case and situation.

I need at least 1,500 respondents, so please let me hear from you right now.

The Joy and Pleasure of Helping Others

I love helping all kinds of people in every way I possibly can, but I dislike when people helping or doing anything for me without me having to compensate them.

For example, right now, we are under more than 20 inches of snow and our community association is supposed to dig us out and clean our driveways, but my nicest neighbor volunteered to help shovel our drive way.

Now I feel indebted to him for the “rest of my life”.

I always feel fulfilled when I know that I’ve helped someone in whatever I can, I just find joy and pleasure in doing so, but I always feel guilty when someone else helps me out. It’s such a weird feeling.

Now, we have to try to do something nicer for him for doing that for us, and I appreciate him very much for doing so, because now we can drive in and out of our garage, thanks to him.

What pleasure do you get, if any, in helping other people?