Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Do Not Wait For Leaders Do It Alone

I am in a melancholy mood. I am about to go watch tv of Palin speaking at the Republican National Convention and confused as to why this nation has to be such sticklers and bring her children into this media arena. Are her kids running for office? I am a mother and I guess the side of me that wants to protect the children comes out. Palin has enough challenges in her life without the media tearing into her kids lives. What if this were a male VP candidate? Would the media be so critical of what he was doing about his families issues right now or would the media be asking - "oh the poor wife how is she going to handle this situation". We all have challenges in our families - no one family is perfect. I respect Palin whether she does become our new VP or not. I respect her for her conviction and her beliefs that she has set goals for herself and has made a name for herself in history. Maybe some of my views are different than hers but she certainly has achieved her place in a mans world - Much business is done on the golf course and the men need to move over because I see a wave of women heading their way :) The men can stay if they want they just need to start hearing that woman can be as influential as the men.

Quotes by Mother Teresa

"Do Not Wait For Leaders Do It Alone"

"Do not allow yourselves to be disheartened by any failure as long as you have done your best"

"Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless"

"The child is God's gift to the family. Each child is created in the special image and likeness of God for greater things; to love and to be loved"

"I never will understand all the good that a simple smile can accomplish"

"If you judge people, you have no time to love them"

I hope you all have a terrific night..Goodnight and God Bless


1 comment:

Jeff Baker said...

Great writing. I appreciate your blog and your attitude. Keep it up! Peace -- jb

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