The very best thing you can do for the whole world is to make the most of yourself.
Wallace Wattles – 1860-1911, Author
To those who can . . .
. . . because we cannot:
Medgar Evers. Michael Schwerner, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Rev. James Rebb, Viola Luiiuzzo, 4 little girls in a Birmingham Church, the other 109 victims of the Civil Rights Movement identified at the Civil Rights Memorial (and the ones not listed), the over 2,882,000 U.S. Military Veterans who died at war, the thousands who have died in support of workers’ rights, and all others who died supporting the belief that we all have value.
We are approaching Veterans Day and preparing to honor those who truly helped make this country great by keeping the peace, and contributing to our communities by giving back their energy, time, and talent. It is fitting that we take this opportunity to extend a thank you to our friend Roy Richardson and all Veterans. Roy is pictured below with autographs of fellow Airmen including legendary Lt. Colonel Clarence C. Jamison of the famed Tuskegee Airmen.
We urge you to VOTE on November 8th to help insure that this nation continues to live up to the principles of freedom and equality, regardless of the heritage of its citizens.
Read more about THE VOTE and VETERANS DAY in the latest issue of VISIONS Newsletter by PRESSING HERE!
We generate fears while we sit. We overcome them by action. Fear is nature’s way of warning us to get busy.
Dr. Henry Link – Psychologist
See yourself where you want to be and then be there. Don’t be in the past. Be there! Act like the person you want to become.
Bob Proctor – Speaker and Author
The greatest test of courage on earth is to bear defeat without losing heart.
Robert Green Ingersoll – 1833-1899, Lawyer and Politician