These thoughts are written as a reflection and observance for Martin Luther King Jr. day. MLK Day.
These thoughts are a continuation of my previous blog post that reflect upon the riots in Capitol Hill. Within this writing I connect the upcoming inauguration, impeachment and Confederate flag.
Within this writing I reflect upon the recent riots that took place within Capitol Hill, Washington D. C. Whilst I remain with a neutral stance, I take the time to observe and analyze from the perspective of psychological and social behaviour that is linked to the human impulses for human survival.
The idea of mellow Monday is written to reflect upon the pace of being a mother that does require time to schedule everyday life and the additional stressors that have arrived with the Coronavirus restrictions and shut-downs.
Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to all who have been affected with the violent protests / riots that took place in Capitol Hill, Washington D. C., USA. Peaceful protests from any political angle are always deemed acceptable as long as they don’t induce violence and become a threat to life. It is withContinue reading “CAPITOL HILL.”
Within these thoughts I reflect upon the term grey literature and the development of a research idea. The pursuit that requires love and to be cared for.
Congratulations to the USA World Juniors Ice Hockey team for your win as the 2021 world juniors International Hockey Federation (IIHF) champions! Congratulations for your gold medal win for the team and nation! We are really proud to celebrate our juniors!!!!! Image Link
Thank you Wreaths Across America for all that your organization does to honor, remember and teach the memory of all those who have sacrificed their lives to service of nation. THANK YOU! AMERICA STRONG!
Within this writing I reflect upon the meaning / symbolism of colors that are utilized to evoke emotion and create meaning through design as well as the color red as the blood that is needed to live, preserve and protect the fragility of life.
These thoughts are written as a reflection of HM Queen Elizabeth II’s annual Christmas speech, as a mechanism for international diplomacy and relational ties between nations.