Tuesday, May 29, 2012

R.I.P. Baba, Valerian B-K. Masao Sr.

Today, May 29th 2012, it has been four full Years without your presence since you passed and departed the world. You are missed a lot. We wish you could be here curdling with Mama, the III and all your grand-kids, children and family as a whole. Your last Will that to "Get Educated, Be Informed and Be Wise" is well respected, appreciated and given the greatest emphasis. This "Great Will", as I call it, is well rooted from many books of the Bile, including the Proverbs. As we are approaching the Father’s Day, we are reliving the memories of you as the Father to us children and to many family members and many in the community that you fathered as Mwalimu and active member of the community/society that you dearly served. 

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mother's day to my mother, wife and all mothers of the world. Job well done for being such good mothers and back bone of our families, communities and the society at large. Your presence has been the shield and rock that keep us all going without fear and worries to the obstacles of the world. May God give you all wisdom to strengthen motherhood and its importance in the children's lives, and prepare them well to become productive members of the community/society.

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Friday, May 11, 2012

Gay's Rights As Civil Right And Blacks In America

I would like to open this discussion on the fact that Gay's Rights Are Civil Right. Also, the Blacks in America issue by starting with what my wife said.  She stated that, "I realize that gay rights are human rights and that is more important than anything. People should not have prejudice and discriminate against any HUMAN for their beliefs and Gays should have rights just like anyone.  We have to work beside gays and straights and to tell you the truth, I have seen most good things about the gay community, such as, responsibility, respect, and they are amongst the highest educated and hard working people in this society, bringing so much to the table. I don't like the fact that Black people are being looked at to hate on gays because to tell you the truth if you want to give an overall rating to Blacks, Blacks have many more improvements to make to their culture they represent, but.not all Blacks are against Gays. It is not right for the media to speak for a whole race of people. The media is portraying it that way, so blacks can revolt or even make it seem that it is true. They have been cutting the truth from day one. I'm not apart of that. It is not intelligent to proclaim that a whole race is against something, when in fact, there are a lot of Blacks who are of the Gay community. Just like abortion, Gays are not the true problems in America, mental poverty is. Too many blacks are segregating themselves if you want the truth and that is more of an issue in this society. If we look at it on a real basis, being Gay has no effect on another person. Blacks were recently given rights just to be who they are, ''Black.'' They could not change their color for the society who was against them, so the society that was against them had to accept them for who they are. I do not look at color, I look at what are you doing to make a better human race/society.The right to be who you are and the right to make your choices. Obama, I think you did the right thing and you are actually teaching others and reminding them how far they have become because of who they are. "' Treat others as you would like them to treat you.''"Reference Link: https://www.facebook.com/#!/ISupportMyPresident/posts/10151691293680063