Generations of Perception

In Features, My Piece of the Sky, Opinion by Karen LynnLeave a Comment

In a blink of an eye, it doesn’t seem real all the time that has gone by since my father’s passing and my grandmother and Uncle’s physical deterioration with Parkinson’s disease. These three important people in my immediate circle, were products of another era. It was difficult for them to …

The Audacity of Belief

In A Sedentary View, Columns, Features by Gregory BanksLeave a Comment

Seeing people like the Reverend Jessie Jackson weep proves that all the dedication, faith, and struggles that Reverend Jackson and others, including the “Dreamer” himself, Rev., Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr., and the ultimate sacrifice that Dr. King made for the Civil Rights Movement, has finally paid off. While person …

A Trip of Thanksgiving

In Features, My Piece of the Sky, Opinion by Karen LynnLeave a Comment

Three weeks ago, I sailed the pacific seas to the Gulf of Mexico. I stopped in the ports of: Cabo San Lucas, Loreto, Guaymas, Topolobampo, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, and Puerto Vallarta. This was an unexpected trip, to a part of the world, I always wanted to see. My in-law’s got an …

Peering Eyes Watching

In Features, Mind, Body & Spirit, Pushing Forward by Karen LynnLeave a Comment

Having been brought up to believe in the truth and goodness in man kind, I was won over, persuaded, and convinced by these so called experts, in the disabled community. These experts exercised restrained management to try and run other peoples lives, and have complete control and say so over …