What will happen if you give up?



Fired Up, Ready to Go

The Atlantic added a new video: The Origin of the Fired Up, Ready to Go Chant



colourful-leaves Prayer Changes Things

We must not forget the main purpose of this website … bringing back into focus that PRAYER CHANGES THINGS.

The activity for today’s event for the Women’s March on Washington was to send postcards to our representatives and senators. I sent emails and fb messages instead.

However, the first thing I did, was PRAY for healing for all the issues that are going on in America. I believe that this is a priority. PRAYER, indeed, does CHANGE THINGS.

I commend the ones who are representing us who are sticking to the principles of caring for their constituents. I encourage all of them, and all of us, to remain positive, prayerful, and loving.

Together, we can make changes for the good of all Americans. Just look around, you can see that our efforts are making a difference!


Sharon & Erick

How Health Care Can Reduce Domestic Violence

Kamala Harris — US Senator for California

March 11, 2017

One in four women in the United States will report intimate partner violence, otherwise known as domestic violence. As San Francisco’s District Attorney, I worked to create highly detailed, comprehensive training programs for all domestic violence attorneys, victim advocates, and investigators. This study is just one more reason why I will fight for the more than 20 million Americans who have gained health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

Access to medical treatment may help solve unrelated, difficult societal problems, a study finds

Henry Romero / Reuters

Planted Seeds

be patient seeds


My note:

As we plant seeds by expressing our concerns in what is going on in our country right now, let’s not lose heart. Be patient, and pay attention. Our seeds will grow. We have to continue in our fight for freedom.

Encounter the Defeats

“You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.”

Maya Angelou