From the farmland to the heartland. A strong work ethic, my thirst for knowledge, and my spiritual base are what propel me to do my best and be my best self.
Before I lost my sight, I worked as a recruiter at Arkansas State University, Franklin College, and NPC Vocational Training Institute. As many that face adversity through disability do, I became more spiritually inclined which in turn made me passionate about spreading love and the lessons I've learned through my spiritual journey with as many people as I can. One of the lessons that I've learned that is very important to me is practicing these three principles.
- Acceptance: One must accept what cannot be changed.
- Courage: One must have the courage to change the things that can be changed.
- Knowledge: To have the wisdom to know the difference.
Love and Kindness showed me the way, knowledge gave me my medium. My thoughts are my greatest asset and my hunger for knowledge gives me a way to show people, my love. All I want is to continue to contribute to making this world a better place. I am doing so with my writings. Other than this site, you can find my works displayed in the National Library of Congress. Titled 'Today, Forever, and Always'.