Responsibility: the state or fact of being responsible, answerable, or accountable for something within one's power, control, or management.
Assume responsibility. Take the blame for things that are your fault; look after your own work; plan your own time; depend on yourself to get things done.
Be informed. If you don’t know some vital piece of information, find it out. Ask. Get the facts you need to make smart decisions. Knowledge gives you power. Ignorance puts you at the mercy of others.
Know where you’re going. Set goals. Have a long-range plan so that you understand the general course you’re trying to make through life. Don’t simply react passively to the world around you.
Make your own decisions. Develop the ability to think for yourself. Don’t rely on others to make choices for you — that’s a sure route to unhappiness. Be decisive.
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7 Facts Many Racist Don’t Comprehend
1) Just because you attend church and believe in God does not mean you’re not a racist.
2) Just because you cheer for players of other races whom may play for your favorite NBA, NFL, college sports, or fantasy football team, does not mean you are not a racist.
3) Just because you don’t mind eating at the same table with someone of another ethnicity does not mean you are not a racist.
4) Just because your favorite actor or television show host is someone of another ethnicity does not mean you are not a racist.
5) Just because you like music performed by individuals from other ethnic groups does not mean you are not a racist.
6) Just because you would have sexual relations with someone of another ethnicity does not mean you are not a racist.
7) Just because you find yourself feeling sorry for “those people” and may have donated money or food, does not mean you are not a racist.
The slave master went to church and praised god. Slave masters gambled each other while competing their slaves against one another. They often cheered for their slaves to win the competition. Every now and then the slave master would let his slave eat in the big house, and sometimes a slave was rewarded and allowed to eat at the table with the master. The slave master often enjoyed the entertainment of his slaves through musical performance, dancing and humorous skits. The slave master often had sex with the slave and sometimes would make sure that his slaves ate well and were clothed during the winter.
THE SLAVE MASTERS ALWAYS FELT SUPERIOR TO THE SLAVE NO MATTER HOW OFTEN THEY MAY HAVE BONDED (Peace, Love, and Unity)
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Liberation Theology and Education are sources for critical consciousness building that go hand in hand. Justice, Freedom, Equality and participation in democracy are part of the liberation issues that must be at the full front in the struggle. What Saye attempts to do here in his book is to employ similar kinds of pedagogical methodologies articulated by Paulo Freire, W.E.B DuBois, George G. M. James, James H. Cone, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey, Nelson Mandela and others to educate his readers about some of the profound issues surrounding Liberation praxis. Saye discusses the education and mis-education of our children. He proposes ways and means that can be employed as corrective measures to be used to reform and transform the spoiled and broken system. He deals with exploitation of humanity by other humanity for their self-aggrandizement and economic benefits. Mr. Saye Taryor does not only talk about slavery and human exploitation, he also provides hope and ways by which we can develop social and economic entrepreneurship collectively and individually to uplift the human conditions. This book is not about one or two things. This is a book of “potpourri” of very many issues dealing with very many human conditions dealing with religion, politics, healthcare, social and economic issues and many more that we face every day.
In the final analysis, Saye suggests that we cannot overcome all these ills of society or even receive the benefits of the mounting technological innovations and achievements if we do not use our critical thinking ability to bring about the needed reforms and transformation that are necessary. He details as the backdrop for change, his 1Up Movement as a very creative and viable way of engaging this struggle. He suggests that we should not only understand the situations, and predicament we find ourselves in, but we should overstand the situation; knowing better than understanding. Anyone who is serious about bringing about innovation and transformation either personally or in a corporate setting must read Saye’s book. It is a Must Read. Saye Taryor’s book, Overstanding with a 1Up Vision: Critical Thinking Approach to Liberation will offer you some helpful information.
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