This blog post is a reflection of previous thoughts and current events relating to the George Floyd death and protests that have occurred world wide. I take the time to think about worldwide conflicts that also require mass public attention, with a hope that resolutions can be found to unify a nation and even a world that has become divided to black and white. However, we must refocus to see the beautiful colors, the colors of humankind, that are interwoven to create the very fabrics of society. #ShaziaBlog


On June 6th 2020, it is the commemoration of the 76th anniversary of D-Day. Where allied forces joined together to become victorious on June 6th, 1944. The countries involved in D-Day and the battle of Normandy during WWII were: United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada. Troops from Australia, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, France, Greece, the Netherlands,Continue reading “D-DAY.”


On June 14th it is the American Flag day. A day to celebrate and commemorate the adoption of the USA flag. I began to think about flag day, and what the flag represents at present, in terms of: democracy, politics, nation, national and International. The flag is symbolic of nation and deserves respect. However, thereContinue reading “THE FLAG.”


Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to family, friends, relatives, colleagues and all who mourn the death of Deputy Caleb Rule. Dept Rule was police constable with Fort Bend Precinct 4. He was tragically killed in a shooting incident. Deputy Caleb Rule is survived by his four children and wife. It is truly heartbreaking.Continue reading “DEPUTY CALEB RULE.”


This blog post is a reflection of previous thoughts with regards to Memorial Day. I reflect upon the emphasis of the living to honor and remember. Linking my thoughts to National responsibility and the formation of National identity.